NEW YORK - Steven Bloom, chief economist of the American Stock Exchange, has resigned after 14 months in the post and nine years at the exchange.

Mr. Bloom had responsibility for equity research. His plans weren't immediately available. No replacement has been named.

The chief economist's departure came shortly after the exchange lost Benjamin D. Krause, head of its capital markets operations, to its Midwest rival, the Chicago Board Options Exchange.

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