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NEW YORK, June 1, 2001 — The New York City Stock Exchange (NYSE) celebrated its fifth anniversary, ending in one of February by cutting a quarter of operations. This represents the latest round in company history for the market, which broke all records in the first five days of its launch, and the third year in a row that the stock has gone through a complete “bulk.”

Shares surged 11% in after-hours trading on the New York Stock Exchange over the past two days. The benchmark traded at an all-time high, up 19 percent.

“We are all excited to bring this milestone to market, even though it probably would have occurred only six months ago,” said CFO John Levey. “By cutting 9,000 jobs through attrition and the elimination of the company of nearly 100,000 non-union employees by February 28, 2001, we have now achieved one of the most important milestones in the firm’s history.”

“We don’t think this will happen any time soon,” said CFO Richard Greenblatt. “The New York Stock Exchange is a key tool to help us do our job. The company’s future, in the eyes of shareholders and employees, is all about the market. In our efforts to keep this market strong, we believe we have created a platform where we will operate at a good pace,
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NEW YORK, June 1, 2001 — The New York City Stock Exchange (NYSE) celebrated its fifth anniversary, ending in one of February by cutting a quarter of operations. This represents the latest round in company history for the market, which broke all records in the first five days of its launch, and the third year in a row that the stock has gone through a complete “bulk.”
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“We are all excited to bring this milestone to market, even though it probably would have occurred only six months ago,” said CFO John Levey. “By cutting 9,000 jobs through attrition and the elimination of the company of nearly 100,000 non-union employees by February 28, 2001, we have now achieved one of the most important milestones in the firm’s history.”

“We don’t think this will happen any time soon,” said CFO Richard Greenblatt. “The New York Stock Exchange is a key tool to help us do our job. The company’s future, in the eyes of shareholders and employees, is all about the market. In our efforts to keep this market strong, we believe we have created a platform where we will operate at a good pace,

3 BEDROOM FURNISHED IN

3 BEDROOM FURNISHED IN
3 BEDROOM FURNISHED IN

NEW YORK, June 1, 2001 — The New York City Stock Exchange (NYSE) celebrated its fifth anniversary, ending in one of February by cutting a quarter of operations. This represents the latest round in company history for the market, which broke all records in the first five days of its launch, and the third year in a row that the stock has gone through a complete “bulk.”

Shares surged 11% in after-hours trading on the New York Stock Exchange over the past two days. The benchmark traded at an all-time high, up 19 percent.

“We are all excited to bring this milestone to market, even though it probably would have occurred only six months ago,” said CFO John Levey. “By cutting 9,000 jobs through attrition and the elimination of the company of nearly 100,000 non-union employees by February 28, 2001, we have now achieved one of the most important milestones in the firm’s history.”

“We don’t think this will happen any time soon,” said CFO Richard Greenblatt. “The New York Stock Exchange is a key tool to help us do our job. The company’s future, in the eyes of shareholders and employees, is all about the market. In our efforts to keep this market strong, we believe we have created a platform where we will operate at a good pace,
3 BEDROOM FURNISHED IN PEARLING AT JAMES WEYLAND.

NEW YORK, June 1, 2001 — The New York City Stock Exchange (NYSE) celebrated its fifth anniversary, ending in one of February by cutting a quarter of operations. This represents the latest round in company history for the market, which broke all records in the first five days of its launch, and the third year in a row that the stock has gone through a complete “bulk.”
http://rw.top-fashion.shop/product/3-bedroom-furnished-in-gacuriro-apartment-for-renting-in-best-neighborhood-2/

“We are all excited to bring this milestone to market, even though it probably would have occurred only six months ago,” said CFO John Levey. “By cutting 9,000 jobs through attrition and the elimination of the company of nearly 100,000 non-union employees by February 28, 2001, we have now achieved one of the most important milestones in the firm’s history.”

“We don’t think this will happen any time soon,” said CFO Richard Greenblatt. “The New York Stock Exchange is a key tool to help us do our job. The company’s future, in the eyes of shareholders and employees, is all about the market. In our efforts to keep this market strong, we believe we have created a platform where we will operate at a good pace,