|会社名||Nasdaq Inc （ナスダック）|
|概要||事業概要 ナスダック（Nasdaq Inc.）は持株会社である。同社は取引、清算、交換技術、規制、有価証券上場、情報および公開企業サービスを提供する。同社は市場サービス、法人サービス、情報サービス及び市場技術を含む4つの事業セグメントを通じて製品とサービスを管理・運営・提供する。グローバル・オファリングには、多様な資産クラス、取引管理サービス、データ製品、財務インデックス、資本形成ソリューション、コーポレートソリューション、市場技術製品およびサービスにわたる取引と決済が含まれる。同社の技術は、エクイティデリバティブ取引、清算決済、現金出資取引、債券取引およびその他の多様な機能をサポートし、世界中で販売される。市場サービス事業には、エクイティ・デリバティブ取引・決済、現金出資取引、債券決済法人および取引管理サービス事業が含まれる。法人ソリューション事業は法人顧客にサービスを提供する。 ナスダックは米国の証券取引所運営会社。株式上場、現物株式、先物、オプション、為替、債券の取引のほか、インデックス開発・ライセンス供与、市場アクセスネットワ―ク、市場デ―タの送信、電子請求書発行・決済、取引、清算業務を支援するシステム、サ―ビスを展開。米国でナスダック証券取引所のほか、オプション市場などを運営、管理する。本社所在地はニューヨーク。 Nasdaq, Inc. is a holding company, which engages in trading, clearing, exchange technology, regulatory, securities listing, information and public & private company services. It operates through the following segments: Market Services, Corporate Services, Information Services and Market Technology. The Market Services segment includes its equity derivative trading and clearing, cash equity trading, FICC and trade management services businesses. The Corporate Services segment includes its corporate solutions and listing services businesses. The Information Services segment includes data products, index licensing and services businesses. The Market Technology segment is a global technology solutions provider and partner to exchanges, clearing organizations, central securities depositories, regulators, banks, brokers and corporate businesses. The company was founded by Gordon S. Macklin in 1971 and is headquartered in New York, NY.|
|本社所在地||One Liberty Plaza New York NY 10006 USA|
|代表者氏名||Adena T. Friedman Adena T. Friedman|
|代表者役職名||President Chief Executive Officer Director 社長兼最高経営責任者（CEO）|
|市場名||NASDAQ National Market System|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 June 2018 Nasdaq Inc revenues increased 11% to $2.18B. Net income increased 8% to $339M. Revenues reflect an increase in demand for the Company's products and services due to favorable market conditions. Net income was partially offset by Market Services segment income decrease of 44% to $134M Information Services segment income decrease of 46% to $112M.|
Market Insanity: Companies Selling Stock In 2020 Are Outperforming The Nasdaq By 40% 2020/08/26 14:05:00 Zero Hedge
Market Insanity: Companies Selling Stock In 2020 Are Outperforming The Nasdaq By 40% Tyler Durden Wed, 08/26/2020 - 10:05 2020 has been a stunning year for countless reasons, and one of them as we previously reported is that following the covid pandemic there was an absolute avalanche of equity offerings, culminating with some $113 billion in stock sales in the second quarter as we showed before. Yet while the staggering amount of follow-on offerings is not news, the performance of companies selling their stock is nothing short of shocking, because whereas in a normal world the association dilution with new equity sales would in theory result in depressed stock prices, the reality of the past few months has been anything but. First, a quick update on equity offerings as of late August. As Bloomberg notes today, a new milestone in secondary offerings shows the power of this year’s unique market in bringing together sellers and buyers. Issuers and their largest holders have now priced 783 secondary offerings on U.S. exchanges this year, with the total surpassing 2019’s full-year total of 780 on Monday.
Synalloy Corporation Receives Nasdaq Notification of Non-Compliance Related to Previously Announced Delayed Filing of Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q 2020/08/26 12:00:00 Business Wire
RICHMOND, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Synalloy Corporation (Nasdaq: SYNL) (the “Company”), announced today that, as expected, it received a standard notification letter dated August 20, 2020, from Nasdaq stating that, as a result of not having timely filed its quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the period ended June 30, 2020, the Company no longer complies with Nasdaq Listing Rule 5250(c)(1), which requires timely filing of periodic financial reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “S
Stock-index futures point to mixed start after another round of records for S&P 500, Nasdaq 2020/08/26 11:24:00 MarketWatch
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Nikkei 225 closes lower by 0.03% at 23,290.86 2020/08/26 06:05:54 Forexlive
A tepid session for Asian equities today Asian stocks are failing to take heart in the record-setting day for both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq yesterday, as the Nikkei closes near flat levels while the Hang Seng and Shanghai Composite are seen down by 0.1% and 1.3% respectively. By Justin Low
Market LIVE: SGX Nifty suggests positive start for indices; Moody’s hints at a V-shaped recovery for India 2020/08/26 02:45:00 The Financial Express
Share Market News Today | Sensex, Nifty, Share Prices LIVE: In overnight trade on Wall Street, the S&P500 and Nasdaq hit all-time closing highs.
Forget TikTok Ban, Trump Aides Discuss Busting The Hong Kong Dollar Peg To Punish China 2020/07/07 23:50:00 Zero Hedge
Forget TikTok Ban, Trump Aides Discuss Busting The Hong Kong Dollar Peg To Punish China Tyler Durden Tue, 07/07/2020 - 19:50 While admitting that there are many pushing back against the idea, Bloomberg is reporting that the Trump administration is escalating its plans to hold China accountable for its recent global pandemic chaos and Hong Kong freedom oppression. Secretary of State Pompeo told Fox News earlier in the day that the US was mulling the possibility of banning social media app TikTok in the US , but tonight Bloomberg reports that some top advisors have suggested the Washington should undermine the Hong Kong dollar’s peg to the US dollar . According to people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reports that the idea of striking against the Hong Kong dollar peg - perhaps by limiting the ability of Hong Kong banks to buy U.S. dollars - has been raised as part of broader discussions among advisers to Secretary of State Michael Pompeo but hasn’t been elevated to the senior levels of the White House, suggesting that it hasn’t gained serious traction yet .
US: Nasdaq pulls back from record as stocks retreat 2020/07/07 22:37:58 The Business Times
[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks tumbled on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq pulling back from a record as the equity rally paused amid surging US coronavirus cases. Read more at The Business Times.
El Nasdaq remonta un 51% con los gigantes tecnológicos en máximos 2020/07/07 20:42:55 Cinco Dias El Pais
Escapa a las pérdidas anuales con un alza del 15%
Tremont Mortgage Trust Second Quarter 2020 Conference Call Scheduled for Tuesday, August 4th 2020/07/07 20:15:00 Business Wire
NEWTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tremont Mortgage Trust (Nasdaq: TRMT) today announced that it will issue a press release containing its second quarter 2020 financial results before the Nasdaq opens on Tuesday, August 4, 2020. At 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time that morning, President and Chief Executive Officer David Blackman and Chief Financial Officer Doug Lanois will host a conference call to discuss these results. The conference call telephone number is (833) 366-1119. Participants calling from out
Gold Spikes To 9-Year High, Bonds Bid As Stocks Skid 2020/07/07 20:01:01 Zero Hedge
Gold Spikes To 9-Year High, Bonds Bid As Stocks Skid Tyler Durden Tue, 07/07/2020 - 16:01 Lost in the headlines about Amazon or Tesla or Nasdaq or whatever the latest Robinhood-er is chasing higher today, is the fact that gold prices continue to rise, with futures topping $1800 once again… (some chaotic swings recently) And spot prices back to their highest since Sept 2011... Source: Bloomberg And at the same time, so-called 'Safe Haven' from the virus have screamed higher at or near record bubble valuations... Source: Bloomberg As Bloomberg's Michael Regan notes, the trailing price-to earnings ratio of the S&P 500 Information Technology Index is about one decent rally away from cracking the 30 level, while the same ratio for consumer-discretionary stocks is fast approaching 40, in large part thanks to a record rally in Amazon.com Inc. With rising virus cases threatening to stymie the reopenings of various state economies and uncertainty over future stimulus packages, July is setting up to be a month of serious headline risk that could put to the test the Federal Reserve’s magic spell on the market, especially the most richly valued sectors .
Former NASDAQ Lawyer Warns TON Against Going Rogue 2020/03/28 14:07:00 Cointelegraph
Former NASDAQ counsel warns the TON Community against launching Telegram’s blockchain network until the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has its say
Market Recap: Friday, March 27 2020/03/27 21:35:26 Yahoo Finance
Stocks fell Friday, with losses accelerating into the close, even after the U.S. House of Representatives passed a much-anticipated $2 trillion economic relief package. By the end of the session, the Dow was off more than 4%, while each of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq shed more than 3%. Still, steep gains made earlier in the week sent the Dow up a total of 12.8% for the week, for its best weekly gain since 1938. The S&P 500 rose 10.3% for its best weekly gain since 2009.
Penn National Gaming Announces Additional Mitigation Efforts in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic 2020/03/27 21:15:00 Business Wire
WYOMISSING, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Penn National Gaming, Inc. (PENN: Nasdaq) (“Penn National” or the “Company”) today announced additional measures to help mitigate the financial impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “As the global COVID-19 health crisis continues to evolve, we are navigating through this unprecedented time for our Company, our industry and our nation,” said Jay Snowden, President and Chief Executive Officer of Penn National. “With all of our 41 properties in 19 states tempor
Dow tumbles 915 points as coronavirus spread offsets stimulus bill passage 2020/03/27 20:06:13 Business Insider
Major US stock indexes slipped on Friday as coronavirus infections in the US increased to outnumber those in China. Investors also further digested dire jobless-claims data and awaited President Donald Trump's final signature on a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill. The decline ended a three-day rebound for US equities, the first such streak of gains since mid-February. The Dow Jones industrial average is fresh off a 21% spike over just three days — pushing it back into bull market territory after a short respite. Watch all major indexes update live here . Stocks plunged on Friday as coronavirus infections in the US increased to outnumber those in China for the first time. Investors also further digested dire jobless-claims data and awaited President Donald Trump's final signature on a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill. The decline ended a three-day rebound for US equities, the first such streak of gains since mid-February. Here's where the major US indexes stood at the market close on Friday: S&P 500 : 2,541.47, down 3.4% Dow Jones industrial average : 21,636.78, down 4.1% (915 points) Nasdaq composite : 7,502.38, down 3.8% Read more: 'The worst bear market of our lifetime': A Wall Street investment chief who predicted the recession warns stocks may fall 64% before the dust settles — and lays out 3 trades set to profit from the coronavirus crash The Dow Jones industrial average was fresh off a 21% spike over just three days — pushing it back into bull market territory after a short respite.
Dow slides 700 points as 3-day rebound fades amid continued coronavirus turmoil 2020/03/27 13:37:13 Business Insider
Major US stock indices slipped on Friday morning as coronavirus infections the US outnumbered those in China for the first time. Investors are also digesting dire jobless claims data and awaiting another vote on the Senate's $2 trillion stimulus bill. The decline ends a three-day rebound for US equities, the first such streak of gains since mid-February. The House is set to vote on the relief package later today. Watch all major indices update live here . Stocks plunged on Friday as coronavirus infections the US outnumbered those in China for the first time. Investors are also digesting dire jobless claims data and awaiting another vote on the Senate's $2 trillion stimulus bill. The decline ends a three-day rebound for US equities, the first such streak of gains since mid-February. Here's where the major US indexes stood shortly after the 9:30 a.m. ET market open on Friday: S&P 500 : 2,551.42, down 3% Dow Jones industrial average : 21,850.55, down 3.1% (702 points) Nasdaq composite : 7,587.42, down 2.7% Read more : Bill Miller's fund crushed the market for a record 15 straight years.
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