Where can you find company listings on the NY Stock Exchange?


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The New York Stock Exchange maintains a directory of the companies whose shares trade with them, notes NYSE. In addition to the names and stock symbols, the directory includes a snapshot of each stock's recent volume and style, recent growth, market, profitability and valuation.

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Clicking on the stock ticker symbol on the NYSE's listings directory takes the user to a profile of that company. The first page on the profile has a quote page. During the trading day, it shows the stock's price at a 15-minute delay. Historical charts are available that show ranges from the current day to the maximum time frame that the stock allows, reports NYSE.

The profile also contains a tab that provides company information. This has the most recent sales, market capitalization and net income. The NAICS, SIC and ISIC industry classifications (if applicable) appear, as well as the company's contact information and website address, as of 2015. The current executive list and such corporate actions as dividends (when applicable) appear on this page, according to NYSE.

Other sections on the profile include a tab with news articles about the company, the most recent filings with the SEC (quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports), and a tab with information about options, relates NYSE. All of this information is available about each company that lists its stock on the NYSE.

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