Subsidiary Of N/A (technically governed by the city)
Primarily Sells Nothing, but allows the trade of company shares

In the 21st Century, North America had the NYSE and NASDAQ, Russia had the MICEX and the United Kingdom had the London Stock Exchange.

In the 28th Century, Neocron has Stock-X though, in the intervening seven hundred years, almost nothing has changed in the way stocks, shares and the other assorted securities in the financial world are traded. Publicly trading companies, such as Tangent Technologies and Biotech, still have shares, which almost anyone is able to buy at whatever price happens to be prevailing on that day.

As one would expect for such a powerful group of people where a lot of money can potentially change hands, the City Administration does govern the operation of Stock-X, though nowhere near as much as one would perhaps think.