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One Liberty Plaza

165 Broadway

New York, NY 10006

United States

Phone: 212-401-8700


DAQ-listed securities and critical data for the opening, closing, halt and IPO crosses. The company also offers TotalView products for its Nasdaq BX and Nasdaq PSX markets. The company operates various other proprietary services and data products to provide market information, including Nasdaq Basic, a Level 1 feed and Ultrafeed, a normalized high speed feed of North American equity, Dorsey, Wright & Associates, LLC’s (DWA’s) Web-based advisor tools, options, futures, indexes and mutual fund data. In addition, eSpeed delivers the U.S. Treasury data. The company’s Data Products business also includes revenues from the U.S. tape plans. The NASDAQ Stock Market acts as the administrator for the Joint Self-Regulatory Organization Plan Governing the Collection, Consolidation, and Dissemination of Quotation and Transaction Information for NASDAQ-Listed Securities Traded on Exchanges on an Unlisted Trading Privileges Basis, or the UTP Plan. In this role, the company sells quotation and last sale information for all transactions in NASDAQ-listed securities, whether traded on The NASDAQ Stock Market or other exchanges, to market participants and to data distributors, who then provide the information to subscribers. After deducting costs, as permitted under the revenue sharing provision of the UTP Plan, the company distributes the tape revenues to the respective UTP Plan participants, including The NASDAQ Stock Market, Nasdaq BX and Nasdaq PSX, based on a formula required by Regulation National Market System (Regulation NMS) that takes into account both trading and quoting activity. In addition, all quotes and trades in New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)- and NYSE MKT-listed securities are reported and disseminated in real-time, and as such, the company shares in the tape revenues for information on NYSE- and NYSE MKT-listed securities. The Nasdaq Nordic and Nasdaq Baltic exchanges, as well as Nasdaq Commodities, also offer data products and services. These data products and services provide critical market transparency to professional and non-professional investors who participate in European marketplaces, and at the same time, give investors greater insight into these markets. European data products and services are based on trading information from the Nasdaq Nordic and Nasdaq Baltic exchanges, as well as Nasdaq Commodities, for the following classes of assets, such as cash equities, bonds, derivatives and commodities. The company provides varying levels of quote and trade information to market participants and to data distributors, who in turn provide subscriptions for this information. Major European data products include Nordic Equity TotalView, Nordic Derivative TotalView, and Nordic Fixed Income TotalView, Level 2, Analytics and Fixings. Additionally, the company provides index data products based on its indexes. Index data products include the company’s Global Index Data Service, which delivers real-time index values throughout the trading day; and Global Index Watch/Global Index File Delivery Service, which delivers weightings and components data, corporate actions and a breadth of additional data. Index Licensing and Services The company’s Index Licensing and Services business is a major index provider that develops and licenses Nasdaq branded indexes, associated derivatives and financial products. The company also provides custom calculation services for third-party clients. License fees for the company’s trademark licenses vary by product based on a percentage of underlying assets, dollar value of a product issuance, number of products or number of contracts traded. The company also licenses cash-settled options, futures and options on futures on its indexes. The company’s primary index, the NASDAQ-100 Index, includes the major 100 non-financial securities listed on The NASDAQ Stock Market. The company also operates the NASDAQ Global Index Family, which includes approximately 40,000 indexes. The family consists of global securities broken down by market segment, region, country, size and sector. The NASDAQ Global Index Family covers 45 countries and approximately 9,000 securities. In 2015


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