CINCINNATI STOCK EXCHANGE - CSE
Securities exchange established by a group of Cincinnati businessmen. Formed in 1885, it is the sole automated stock exchange in the United States. CSE has no trading floor but facilitates all members’ transactions through computers. In 20043, the exchange changed its name to the National Stock Exchange (NSX), situated in New Jersey. It is also best known for its Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) listings.