American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. American Stock Exchange
- n. a stock exchange in New York
“Also, Amex is 15 digits and starts with 37 – anything which is 3760.. is usually an actual Amex card while something like 3778 is a joint bank/Amex card (such as an altitude card from Westpac).”
“Fearing the worst, she called Amex and had her suspicions confirmed: Her guests had charged $5,600 to her account.”
“Expanding the consortium ownership group could further lift business on NYSE Amex, which is the fourth-largest U.S. options exchange and has outgrown NYSE Arca, its sister market.”
“Three years ago, the Amex was the only exchange interested in providing a home for SPACs, which were once viewed as vehicles ripe for fraud.”
“Last year, SPACs accounted for nearly a quarter of all IPOs in the U.S., according to Dealogic, and the Amex was the go-to listing location for nearly all of them; 50 SPACs raised a combined $10 billion there.”
“The NYSE, in turn, cooperated with the Amex, which is owned by Nasdaq's parent company.”
“To use this card for travel, book a trip any way you like and then call Amex to have your reward points applied against the bill.”
“May be best to call Amex or Walmart to check on this offer before providing your credit information”
“While the card does expire in five years - an expiry date is required for many kinds of credit card purchases - you can have your balance moved onto a new card at no cost by calling Amex's customer service department.”
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