|File Number||Effective Date||Description|
|SR-NSX-2009-08||January 16, 2010||
National Stock Exchange, Inc. proposes to amend NSX Rules 11.2 and 11.11 governing the definition of the terms “round lot”, “odd lot” and “mixed lot”, and the treatment of the odd lot component of mixed lot orders.
|SR-NSX-2009-07||December 1, 2009||
NSX is amending its fee schedule to adjust rebate tiers for all Order Delivery mode of order interactions as well as establish a new rule to implement market data rebates for displayed Order Delivery orders that achieve a certain threshold.
|SR-NSX-2009-06||November 1, 2009||
NSX is amending its fee schedule to exclude, for purposes of calculating the liquidity adding displayed order rebate in the Automatic Execution Mode, an ETP Holder's lowest full day's liquidity adding volume in each measurement period for purposes of determining such ETP Holders' liquidity adding average daily volume.
|SR-NSX-2009-05||September 30, 2009||NSX is amending its clearly erroneous execution rule to harmonize its rule with those of other markets.|
|SR-NSX-2009-04||June 1, 2009||The Exchange is proposing to make three changes to the Fee Schedule with respect to the Automatic Execution Mode of Interaction.|
|SR-NSX-2009-03||May 15, 2009||NSX is amending its fee schedule to include securities priced at less than one dollar in the calculation of volume thresholds used to determine rebates payable for display order liquidity adding Tape A and C securities executed at one dollar or above.|
|SR-NSX-2009-02||April 1, 2009||The Exchange is amending its fees to (i) progressively increase the liquidity provider rebate in AutoEx Tapes A and C, (ii) establish a progressive rebate for liquidity adding displayed orders in Order Delivery and (iii) allow affiliated ETP Holders to aggregate activity for fee purposes.|
|SR-NSX-2009-01||March 2, 2009||NSX is changing its fees schedule to provide a liquidity provider rebate for Zero Display Orders in automatic execution and order delivery modes, provided certain volume thresholds are met.|