NASDAQ Celebrates 3rd Annual “Fit Week”
Nasdaq charges a one-time fee of $325 and $500 annually per security, according to terms at the time of the rollout. There have been about 7,900 structured note offerings this year by 19 issuers, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Making daily prices available has been pitched by Nasdaq officials as a way to make the investments more understandable for individuals. Too Opaque The industry needs to tackle the misperception that structured products are too opaque and complex, Oliver Albers, a vice president of Nasdaq OMX, said on a Dec. 2 conference call hosted by Nasdaq and the Structured Products Association.
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Nasdaq Clears Fund’s First Trade of Nordic Interest-Rate Swap
is the worlds biggest interest-rate swap clearinghouse. Nasdaq split its exchange and clearinghouse in the region earlier this year to comply with European regulations. It is now seeking to clear interest-rate swaps denominated in Danish kroner, Norwegian kroner and euros. The company started clearing Swedish kronor-denominated interest-rate swaps in 2012, with members submitting interbank trades since April 22, 2013.
Nasdaq stocks posting largest volume decreases
: Approximately shares changed hands, a 99.7 decrease from its 65-day average volume. The shares remained unchanged at $21.32. Hampden Bancorp Inc. : Approximately shares changed hands, a 99.3 decrease from its 65-day average volume.
Waiting for NASDAQ 5,000? Don’t hold your breath, say strategists
“The level I have for the NASDAQ is the 4,292 level,” says Busch. “That’s where we bumped up and hit there back in July 2000. And, I expect that to be the target that we might get to next year.” The NASDAQ behaves less like the S&P 500 and more like Japan’s benchmark Nikkei index, says Busch. “I look at the NASDAQ because it was so crazy back in the late ’90s and early 2000 somewhat more like the Nikkei than rather the Dow. As everyone knows, the Nikkei’s top was 37,000 and we’re still almost 50% below that.