Boston Market futures on Friday, August 15, 2018 have fallen 2.4% since the start of 2018, while the Boston Stock Exchange (BSTX) futures are up 3.3% and the New York Stock Exchange is up 1.5%.
Boston is the biggest trading hub for many stocks and ETFs, including Apple and Facebook.
The markets in the city are also a hub for major events including the NFL’s Super Bowl, the World Cup of Hockey, the US Open of Golf and the Olympic Games.
The Boston Stock exchange also has a large ETF portfolio.
For example, the Boston Regional Stock Index ETF (BRISCOX) is a mutual fund that invests in a wide range of stocks in Boston.
Boston’s share price is up 3% since September, while its average price for the 10-year Treasury note has dropped 12% to $28.70 a barrel.
Boston Stock Exchange, Bloomberg News, Bloomberg.com, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, September 15, 2019, 1:46 p.m.
ET (EST) This story corrects the spelling of the word “city” in the title of the article to “BOSTON”