Historic New York Stock Exchange trading floor will reopen May 26 with new Covid-19 protective measures in place.

  • The Stock Exchange floor has been closed since March 20 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
  • The NYSE moved to all-electronic trading for the first time in history on March 23.
  • Only a “subset of floor brokers” with face masks will be admitted first.
  • Most of the NYSE’s 2,200 credentialed members will continue working remotely.
  • Under the new rules, brokers on the trading floor cannot use public transportation and will be subject to temperature checks.