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March 20, 2013
12:12 EDTICE, NYXIntercontinentalExchange requests withdrawal of registration statement
On behalf of IntercontinentalExchange (ICE), the undersigned hereby respectfully requests that the company’s registration statement on Form S-4 (File No. 333-186231), filed on January 25, including exhibits, be withdrawn from registration with the SEC pursuant to Rule 477 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. The Company and NYSE Euronext (NYX) have agreed in an amended and restated merger agreement, dated as of March 19, to revise the structure of their previously announced merger transaction to provide that the company will acquire NYSE Euronext under a newly formed holding company, IntercontinentalExchange Group to facilitate the implementation of the governance provisions that will be required to be put into effect in connection with the transaction. Pursuant to the amended and restated merger agreement, all outstanding shares of ICE common stock and certain outstanding shares of NYSE Euronext common stock will be converted into rights to receive shares of ICE Group common stock at the closing of the transaction. The company requests that the Commission consent to the withdrawal of the ICE Registration Statement since, under the revised merger structure, ICE will not be issuing securities in the proposed transaction. Instead, ICE Group will file a registration statement on S-4 to register the shares of ICE Group common stock to be issued in the transaction.
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October 13, 2014
07:42 EDTICENYSE gets SEC approval for proposed rule changes
The New York Stock Exchange, on October 9, got final SEC approval for a rule change to amend its Rule 13 to allow an Add Liquidity Only modifier for day limit orders and to allow the day time-in-force condition and ALO modifier for Intermarket Sweep Orders. Analysts say the change allows the exchange to potentially gain ground on rivals that have long had the same deal, according to the New York Post, which quoted Haim Bodek as saying, “This is basically a blessing for exchanges to continue volume growth by accommodating HFT strategies and introducing asymmetry in the marketplace." Reference Link

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