NYSE president: New listings to remain drawn to Wall Street as Flutter has first day trading in New York

Irish headquartered gambling giant announces plans to move its primary listing to the NYSE, and make London its secondary market

The NYSE is poised to add more blue chips to its catalogue this year, with Amer Sports, the maker of Wilson tennis rackets, among the firms slated to go public. Picture: Getty

Wall Street looks set to remain a magnet for new listings, according to the leader of the New York Stock Exchange, while new research shows its London counterpart is running out of luck in attracting new listings.

Lynn Martin, the president of the NYSE, said that companies are moving forward with plans for initial public offerings despite volatility in the market that’s expected to stick around this year.

“We have a tremendous amount of companies ...