AMEX Operates Successfully at Rival Exchanges

September 17, 2001 ( - The American Stock Exchange (AMEX) reported that the first day of trading since the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center was a successful one.

AMEX equities and exchange traded funds each had a successful day of trading on interim posts at the New York Stock Exchange, while AMEX options traded without hiccups on interim posts at the Philadelphia Stock Exchange.
Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and New York State Governor George Pataki have committed state and city resources to returning the Amex operating its own facilities as soon as possible.