Remarkable Ohio

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Below is a complete listing of all Ohio Historical Markers. To find a detailed marker listing including text, photographs, and locations, click on a county below. Our listing is updated by the markers program as new markers are installed and older markers are reported damaged or missing.

Marker dedication delayed until Covid restrictions lifted

97-31 Cincinnati Stock Exchange

Side A: The Cincinnati Stock Exchange (CSE), founded in 1885, was headquartered in the Dixie Terminal Building at 49 East 4th Street. The CSE emerged as an innovator in stock trading when it started the nation’s first computerized stock exchange in 1976, allowing brokers to execute customer orders directly through their CSE National Securities Trading System data terminals. Computerization revolutionized stock exchanges domestically and then globally, as computers accepted, matched, and executed orders for stocks automatically, eliminating manual processing. The New York Stock Exchange acquired the CSE in 2017.
Side B: none
Sponsors: K.R.B. Niehoff Fund; Cincinnati Preservation Association; Ohio History Connection
Address: 49 East 4th Street, 
Cincinnati, 
OH, 
45202
Location: In front of Dixie Terminal Building
Latitude: 39.0999791
Longitude: -84.5112301