Clusterstock  3 hrs ago  Comment 
Stocks have been going nowhere for a while now. In a morning briefing, the Wall Street Journal noted that the Dow has traded in a 7.7% range through 2015, the narrowest for this point of year since 1992. The S&P 500 has also traded in a...
Market Intelligence Center  9 hrs ago  Comment 
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc (NDAQ) was selected by MarketIntelligenceCenter.com’s trade-picking algorithms today after trading between $51.67 and $52.45 on Thursday before closing at $52.34. A diagonal spread using a long position in the Jan. '16...
Benzinga  May 27  Comment 
Global Defense & National Security Systems, Inc. (the "Company") (Nasdaq: GDEF) today announced that, on May 20, 2015, the Company received notice from the Listing Qualifications Staff (the "Staff") of The NASDAQ Stock Market LLC ("NASDAQ") that...
Clusterstock  May 26  Comment 
Stock buybacks have surged this year. We noted back in February that buybacks climbed to the highest ever that month, a record that was eclipsed in April, at $133 billion, according to USA Today. Some market watchers, like Wall Street legend...
Clusterstock  May 19  Comment 
Stocks are at all-time highs. The S&P 500 just touched an intraday high of 2,133. Via Birinyi Associates, here's where 19 Wall Street strategists see the S&P 500 at the end of 2015: Join the conversation about this story » ...
Clusterstock  May 19  Comment 
There are actually lifeboats to rescue the economy after all. In a note on Monday, Morgan Stanley's Adam Parker wrote about concerns that the Federal Reserve would struggle to revive the economy during the next downturn. Last week, HSBC's...
Wall Street Journal  May 14  Comment 
EBay’s payments unit PayPal said Thursday that it plans to trade on the Nasdaq Stock Market when the two companies split later this year.
Clusterstock  May 9  Comment 
We may not see an earnings recession after all. In a research note on Friday, FactSet's Jonathan Butters observed that earnings for S&P 500 companies were now on track to grow 0.1%, turning positive for the first time since January. This...
Clusterstock  May 6  Comment 
Stocks are trading in the red for a second straight day. In an afternoon email, NYSE floor governor Rich Barry highlighted 3 things traders on the NYSE floor are pointing to as catalysts for the sell off: 1. Yields are rising. The US 10-year...
Market Intelligence Center  Apr 30  Comment 
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc (NDAQ) is an excellent choice for either a diagonal spread or a covered call expiring in Dec. '15 at the $48.00 level according to MarketIntelligenceCenter.com’s patented algorithms. A covered call on Nasdaq Stock Market...

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See also NASDAQ OMX Group (NDAQ), the publicly-traded company that owns and operates this exchange.

As of 31 December 2007, NASDAQ had 3,069 listed companies[1] with a combined market capitalization of $4.0 trillion.[2] It is the world's fourth largest stock exchange by market capitalization and second largest by value of shares traded.

Basic Information

Exchange Symbols

  • Google Finance: NASDAQ
  • Thomson Reuters: O
  • Yahoo! Finance: NASDAQ

Market Information (as of 31 December 2007)

  • Trading Hours:
    • Pre-Market Session: 07:00 - 09:30[3]
    • Normal Trading Session: 09:30 - 16:00[3]
    • Post-Market Session: 16:00 - 20:00[3]
2004[4] 2005[5] 2006[6] 2007[7]
Number of Listed Companies3,2293,1643,1333,069
Domestic Market Capitalization (in $ million)3,532,9123,603,9853,865,0044,013,650
Value of Shares Traded (in $ million)8,767,12110,086,74011,807,49115,320,133
Average Daily Turnover (in $ million)34,79040,02747,04261,036
Average Value of Trades (in $ thousand)
New Capital Raised from Initial Public Offerings (in $ million)15,01912,19317,37516,193
New Capital Raised from Secondary Public Offerings (in $ million)NANANANA
Number of Trading Days252252251251

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  1. Number of Listed Companies (2006, 2007), World Federation of Exchanges
  2. Domestic Market Capitalization (2006, 2007), World Federation of Exchanges
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Market Hours, NASDAQ
  4. Annual Statistics 2004, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
  5. Annual Statistics 2005, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
  6. Annual Statistics 2006, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
  7. Annual Statistics 2007, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
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