The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the world's leading equities market, revised its Listing Standards in 2002. The new standards put listed companies to a much higher requirement of corporate governance and disclosure practices.

Special Features: Governance and disclosure. The NYSE has nearly 2800 listed companies, with a combined $15.3 trillion total global market capitalization. Its listing requirements are recognized by investors worldwide as the most stringent standards of any marketplace in the world. Users: Corporations, their board members, and investors.

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