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Used for listed equity securities. Combined ticker tapes of the NYSE and the curb. Network A covers the NYSE-listed securities and is used to identify the originating market. Network B does the same for AMEX-listed securities and also reports on securities listed on regional stock exchanges. See: tape.
An electronic system that continuously reports data on the sales volume and price of exchange traded securities.
A ticker tape which includes quotes for both NYSE and AMEX stocks. The consolidated tape is split into two different reporting systems. One reports the trading prices and volumes on the New York Stock Exchange, and also trading prices and volume from other exchanges of stocks that are listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The other reports the trading prices and volumes on the American Stock Exchange, and on the trading volume and prices of AMEX-listed stock in other exchanges and the over-the-counter market.