Finally, analysts at Raymond James upgraded shares of NASDAQ OMX Group (NASDAQ:NDAQ) from an outperform rating to a strong-buy rating in a research note to investors on Wednesday, August 21st. They now have a $38.00 price target on the stock, up previously from $36.00. One investment analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, eight have assigned a hold rating, six have assigned a buy rating and one has issued a strong buy rating to the companys stock. The company has a consensus rating of Hold and a consensus target price of $34.24. In other NASDAQ OMX Group news, EVP Bruce Aust sold 7,500 shares of the stock on the open market in a transaction that occurred on Friday, September 13th. The stock was sold at an average price of $31.23, for a total value of $234,225.00.
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The weekly relative performance is trying to bottom, line c, as it has dropped back to its WMA. The RS line needs to move above the resistance, at line b, to signal it is now a market leading sector. The OBV has formed higher lows, line e, and closed just barely above it WMA. The OBV needs to move above the resistance, at line d, to complete a major bottom.
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PHOTOS: CELEBRITY TWITTER PICS Big Board parent NYSE Euronext, Nasdaq OMX Group and Twitter had no comment. The competition for what is the most coveted technology listing since Facebook Inc, which chose Nasdaq for its market debut in May last year, is fierce, one of the sources said. PHOTOS: TOP 20 ON TWITTER Technical glitches and questionable decisions at Nasdaq during the Facebook market debut led to losses by market makers and Nasdaq paid $10 million to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges related to the errors. It also voluntarily set up a $62 million fund to compensate firms harmed by the problems.
stock options; Tom Kloet, the CEO of Canada’s TMX Group Ltd; and Chris Concannon, formerly of Nasdaq, and now a partner at trading firm Virtu Financial. Eric Noll, who runs execution services for the No.2 U.S. stock exchange, is the top internal candidate for the CEO role, the sources said. Concannon, TMX and Singapore Exchange declined to comment. The other executives could not be reached for comment. A Nasdaq spokesman declined to comment on behalf of Greifeld and the company.
BBC iPlayer dived at number 16 from number 6 in 2012. Spotify, surprisingly, got it to the top 20 for the first time. Unpredictably, more affordable brands like Haagen-Dazs and Ben & Jerry’s were nowhere in the list in 2013, while they were at numbers 13 and 15 in 2012. Department stores like Selfridges and Liberty, which were at numbers 14 and 10 in 2012, also didn’t get in to the list for 2013. Mr Cheliotis said that luxury brands were more visible this year than the more affordable brands because of the reviving British economy.