Extranet to Help NYSE Members Execute Orders

FRAMINGHAM (03/17/2000) - The New York Stock Exchange announced yesterday that it has rolled out the NYSE Common Access Point (CAP), an extranet that will provide member brokers and their customers faster and cheaper access to the exchange.

Brokers and their customers will now be able to send orders and communicate electronically with the trading floor via SuperDot, NYSE's order-transmission system, via TCP/IP and Common Messaging Switch, NYSE said yesterday in a statement.

The new CAP system will also support NYSe Direct and Institutional Xpress, the exchange's new electronic execution systems.

The system will also support direct access from traditional telecommunication providers, service bureaus, Internet service providers and public extranet providers, including AT&T Corp., Bell Atlantic Corp., MCI WorldCom Inc., IXnet Inc. and Winstar Communications Inc.

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