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03.15.07 Intercontiental Exchange Proposes to Merge With Chicago Board of Trade
05.24.06 Euronext, NYSE Reportedly Discussing Merger
12.05.05 FTAA Exchange Leaders Will Benefit From the Guidance of the NYSE Purchase of ARCA

CAFTA vote builds investor confidence in the Miami Stock Exchange marketplace

05.09.05 New York Stock Exchange and Archipelago merger provides a timely platform for the evolution of FTAA Exchanges
12.01.04 Bush Victory Catapults FTAA Progress
07.01.04 Diplomacy And Collaboration Bring FTAA Closer To Fruition
03.20.04 MS4X And United States Exchanges Will Offer Computerized Trading Services To The FTAA
03.01.03 Stock Market Integration Key Issue At CLAA Conference to Accelerate Reform And Foreign Investment In Latin America And The Caribbean
11.20.02 Miami Stock Exchange Generates Short List Of Managed Service Providers
09.13.01 Miami Stock Exchange Is Engaged To Create Relief For World Trade Center Financial Terrorist Attack On America
07.15.00 Miami Stock Exchange Teams Up With International Online Trading Expo For “NAP” Update
06.01.00 Miami Stock Exchange Is Motivated To Help Governor Jeb Bush Accomplish His State Technology Office Goals

Other News

07.16.03 Letter From Executive Director Of FTAA
09.24.02 Correspondence From Cantor Fitzgerald
09.01.02 Correspondence With New York Stock Exchange
09.01.02 Correspondence With Cantor Fitzgerald
11.27.01 Letter From United States Senator Bob Graham
09.13.01 Correspondence With Governor Of Florida Jeb Bush
07.06.01 Acknowledgement From The National Securities Exchange Of Costa Rica


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