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Information Systems: The New York Stock Exchange

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Kara Kapell

on 20 November 2012

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The New York Stock Exchange OUTLINE WHY THIS TOPIC? Interesting topic, especially with the recent financial crisis and stock market crash in 2008
We are all business majors so it is relevant to our studies
The stock market is essential to the stability of our economy Evolution of The Stock Exchange Timeline 1844 1867 1978 1993 2008 Telegraph invented First Stock Ticker 1966 Floor Data Fully Automated ITS Integrated Technology Plan 1997 Wireless Data System NYSE Launches NYSE Realtime Stock Prices Presented By:
Sarah Long
Mark Strelow
Kara Kapell Evolution of technology
How the Stock Exchange used to be compared to how it is now
Changes due to technology
Positive and negative effects of the new technology
How the technology has also adapted to society
The Stock Exchange related to network capability
Future Consideration and Summary THE HISTORY OF THE "PIT" The location where everyday trading used to occur
Endless screaming and yelling
Extremely loud
Developed hand signals in order to communicate with one another http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ94J09IsHA CHANGES DUE TO TECHNOLOGY All trading is now computerized
More structure
Global availability of information
High frequency trading

Today, less than 20% of stock trading takes place in the floor of the NYSE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF TECHNOLOGY Increased productivity
More efficient
Traded at the speed of light
Led to the emergence of global trading
Lowers cost of trade
Opens up opportunities for smaller players to get in the game NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF TECHNOLOGY Loss of jobs
Investors are vulnerable
The imperfect relationship between humans and computers
Causes instability within the market THE ADAPTATION OF THIS TECHNOLOGY TO SOCIETY Cell Phone applications
Allow individuals to buy, sell or trade with ease
Accessible and convenient
More transparent THE STOCK EXCHANGE AND NETWORK CAPABILITY Utilizes all networks we have talked about
Allows for more efficient communication throughout the world FUTURE CONSIDERATION Markets will continue to expand due to ever-changing technological advancements SUMMARY This technology has affected the stock market as to make it more accessible to everyone
These technological advances continue to better improve the already highly sophisticated company
More markets have been opened which has allowed for more trade to take place WORKS CITED "An iphone/ipad app for spanish stock market | Alpi." Alpi. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Nov. 2012. http://www.alpi.co/2011/08/an-iphoneipad-app-for-spanish-stock-market/

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