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Where can I learn more about current NYSE stock prices?

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Listings of current stock prices for the New York Stock Exchange are available directly from the NYSE, as well as from stock tickers from sources such as Nasdaq and The Wall Street Journal. Individual stock movements are listed under a company's stock market symbol, which is a lettered abbreviation.

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Where can I learn more about current NYSE stock prices?
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The Wall Street Journal provides information on its website on current NYSE stock prices during trading hours and lists the day's information after trading closes and on weekends. The listings provide the opening and closing prices; the highs and lows of the day; the net change and the change as a percentage of price; and the 52-week highs and lows. In addition, the site also lists the stock volume, dividend, yield, PE ratio and year-to-date percentage change.

On its website, the Nasdaq lists stock price information on NYSE companies in alphabetical order by the stock symbol next to the company's country and industry subsector. Headline information also lists the IPO year for each company and its market cap. Each listing provides links to real-time quotes, stock news, stock charts, pre-market quotes, after-hours quotes and company financials.

Information available directly from the NYSE website includes major market movers as determined by volume for the NYSE, NYSE ARCA and NYSE MKT, as well as for four major indices. Stock information is listed on a 15-minute delay.

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