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Trading Room

Center for Securities Trading and Business Analytics

The expanded Center for Securities Trading and Business Analytics is a first-class, state-of-the-art trading room and analytics learning lab. 

The Fall 2004 opening of the original Center (formerly the Center for Securities Trading and Analysis) was marked by the ringing of the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange and a $50,000 grant from the NYSE Foundation. A few months later, the School followed the bell ringing with a ribbon-cutting ceremony officiated by Richard Cody, New Jersey acting governor at the time. 

Since 2004, Stillman has been committed to high-impact applied learning, and the innovative financial trading room replicates a Wall Street experience. Over 850 students fully leverage the room and its resident Bloomberg terminals each semester. This includes over 500 finance majors, hundreds of students pursuing other fields of study, students participating in the Student-Managed Investment Fund (“Hall Street”) and students competing in (and winning!) the renowned CFA Institute Research Challenge. Learn More »

Expansion of Stillman School Trading Room

State-of-the-art facility gets additional space, relaunching as Center for Securities Trading and Business Analytics. (Read More...)