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NYSE - Round-Lot Share Volume

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The New York Stock Exchange releases Round-Lot Share Volume numbers every day. This report includes the following numbers:
Specialist Purchases (Symbol: ^Specialist_Purchases): The Specialist purchases volume. Specialists are members of the NYSE; their role is to facilitate the trading of stocks by holding an inventory of the stocks in which they specialize, posting bid and ask prices, increasing liquidity...
Specialist Total Sales (Symbol: ^Specialist_Total_Sales): The Specialist sales volume
Specialist Short Sales (Symbol: ^Specialist_Short_Sales): The Specialist short sales volume
Non-Specialist Purchases (Symbol: ^Non-Specialist_Purchases): The Non-Specialist purchases volume
Non-Specialist Sales (Symbol: ^Non-Specialist_Sales): The Non-Specialist sales volume
Non-Specialist Short Sales (Symbol: ^Non-Specialist_Short_Sales): The Non-Specialist short sales volume      

Because specialists are generally considered better traders, Specialists short sales volume is a great way to measure short selling. As an example, the ratio of specialist short sales to the total short sale (Specialists plus non-specialists short selling volume) can be used to measure the degree of bullishness and bearishness in the stock market.

Round-Lot is the normal unit of trading for a security. For stocks, a round-lot is 100 shares. An odd lot is a number of shares below 100.

This item downloads directly the CSV content from the NYSE website. The data is available for the last 15 trading days.

Other reports from the NYSE:
NYSE - Trading Volume
NYSE - Corporate Actions
NYSE Arca - Daily short sale data


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