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Wednesday, October 22, 2003
 


The price of a seat on the NYSE falls . What does it mean? Not much - it's related to the Dick Grasso problems, and concerns about electronic trading cutting margins for human traders. The volatility of seat prices is also pretty high. I think a seat on the exchange shouldn't be worth around a million bucks anyways - these guys aren't exactly taking a lot of risk to reap that kind of reward.

-- umair // 6:22 PM //


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