Business & Finance: Stock Exchange Elections

This year no opposition ticket was run, and the slate of New York Stock Exchange officials for the next year was therefore elected unanimously. Seymour L. Cromwell was thus reflected President, and Warren Nash, Treasurer, as well as ten members of the Governing Committee to serve four years.

In the first annual report ever made by a President of the Exchange, Mr. Cromwell stated that the value of securities listed on the Exchange, exclusive of Liberty Bonds, had increased since August 1, 1921, by 5 billion dollars, or about 16%, to a current total...

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