Nasdaq, Inc. (NDAQ)

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NASDAQ
Prev Close 143.08
Open 144.26
Day Low/High 143.54 / 146.34
52 Wk Low/High 140.31 / 214.96
Volume 1.97M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 164.68B
Market Cap 23.40B
P/E Ratio 25.72
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Gold Moving Higher as Investors Flee to Safety on Nasdaq Meltdown

Gold Moving Higher as Investors Flee to Safety on Nasdaq Meltdown

David Williams of Strategic Gold says gold is still at a great price and as investors see the daily selling in momentum stocks at Nasdaq, they are shifting to safety.

Don't Expect High Frequency Trading to End Anytime Soon

Don't Expect High Frequency Trading to End Anytime Soon

Steve Cohen of Wall Street Trading equates HFT to paying for premium seats at a Broadway show, but he does wish there was equal access to the prices traders pay for stocks

Nasdaq Deterioration Sends Caution Signals for Other Indices

Nasdaq Deterioration Sends Caution Signals for Other Indices

Biotech and momentum stock selling has caused the NASDAQ to lose over 5% of value in the past month, which could happen to the other indices as buyers become exhausted.

Biotech Selloff Causes Nasdaq to Drop Over 2%

Biotech Selloff Causes Nasdaq to Drop Over 2%

The volatile biotech sector is experiencing extreme selling on Friday, pushing the NASDAQ down over 2%. The selling has gained in volume and speed as no one wants to be the last trader standing.

Biotech Leads the Way as Stocks Move Higher

Biotech Leads the Way as Stocks Move Higher

Several positive headlines for various drug companies combined to push the biotech sector higher and bringing the other indices along with it.

Michael Lewis' 'Flash Boys' Aims Spotlight on Rigged Trading

Michael Lewis' 'Flash Boys' Aims Spotlight on Rigged Trading

Meridian's Jon Corpina says high frequency trading gives some players an unfair advantage.

Consumer Spending Helps to Lift Stocks as Quarter Nears End

Consumer Spending Helps to Lift Stocks as Quarter Nears End

Consumer spending isn't exactly robust, but it was enough to encourage stocks to go higher.

Exxon Upgrade Lifts Stocks Higher, but Move is Short-lived

Exxon Upgrade Lifts Stocks Higher, but Move is Short-lived

Exxon Mobil was upgraded, causing stocks to get a lift in the morning session. However, the boost did not last long and stocks began to give back those gains.

Biotech Recovery Helps a Market Seeking Direction

Biotech Recovery Helps a Market Seeking Direction

The biotechnology sector has seen considerable selling over the past two weeks, setting up today's recovery.

NASDAQ Drags Down Stocks as Momentum Names Stumble

NASDAQ Drags Down Stocks as Momentum Names Stumble

Stocks reversed course from the morning and tumbled as momentum names like Netflix and Tesla lost steam, pulling down the NASDAQ.

Nasdaq OMX Extends Breakdown

Nasdaq OMX Extends Breakdown

New 2014 highs are a long way off.

NASDAQ Launches Private Marketplace at SXSW

NASDAQ Launches Private Marketplace at SXSW

NASDAQ's Bob McCooey tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that SXSW was the perfect place to launch its new private marketplace.

NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation Expands Reach Into Central Europe

NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation Expands Reach Into Central Europe

NASDAQ technology is increasingly present in emerging markets and is now expanding that commitment with a new partnership. The NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation has announced a three-year grant for Central European University that will annually fund three MBA or Master's of Finance students who hail from countries with emerging economies. Sandy Frucher, Vice Chairman of NASDAQ, and Mel Horowich, the Head of the Business School at Central European University, join Jill Malandrino for an overview of this unique, intensive program.

Move Over, Seahawks and Broncos! It's Puppy Bowl Time

Move Over, Seahawks and Broncos! It's Puppy Bowl Time

Animal Planet's event will also get fans' attention this weekend.

How do NFL Players go From Millionaires to Bankrupt?

How do NFL Players go From Millionaires to Bankrupt?

Finding financial success after the NFL can sometimes be a challenge for young retirees.

Nasdaq's McCooey: 2014 Will Be Another Strong Year for Consumer and Retail IPOs

Nasdaq's McCooey: 2014 Will Be Another Strong Year for Consumer and Retail IPOs

This year is likely to be another busy year for consumer-related companies heading to the public markets to seek capital, says Bob McCooey, Nasdaq OMX's Head of Listings.

Mentoring USA and NASDAQ Expand Financial Literacy Relationship

Mentoring USA and NASDAQ Expand Financial Literacy Relationship

Mentoring USA has received its second three-year grant from the NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation enable it to expand its financial education and entrepreneurship curriculum to ensure that young people have the tools they need to be successful.

Nasdaq OMX Catapults Higher

Nasdaq OMX Catapults Higher

On a pullback, I'm seeing a very low-risk buy at this key level.

Stocks Rally On Possible Deal

Stocks Rally On Possible Deal

The stock market is in rally mode as word of a possible deal in Washington pushed levels near previous record highs.

Markets Eyeing DC Standoff

Markets Eyeing DC Standoff

Market investors are getting more nervous as the deadline approaches for politicians to get a deal done.

Cramer: Blame It on DC

Cramer: Blame It on DC

Jim Cramer expects that bad company earnings will be blamed on the government shutdown.

Markets Surge on Debt Extension

Markets Surge on Debt Extension

Markets gained amid talks the debt deadline will be extended but a lasting solution remains elusive. Jane Searle reports from New York.

Friday Open Could Be Risky

Friday Open Could Be Risky

Talks in Washington will happen after today's market close. Cuttone's Keith Bliss warns that no deal could hurt tomorrow's market open.

Markets Hopeful On Debt Resolution

Markets Hopeful On Debt Resolution

Markets gained as debt ceiling negotiations were set for tomorrow amid mixed earnings results. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Earnings a Sideshow to Default Distress

Earnings a Sideshow to Default Distress

Tech stocks were among the hardest hit Tuesday as investors consider the possibility of a U.S. default. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Debt-Ceiling Fears Curb Sentiment

Debt-Ceiling Fears Curb Sentiment

Investors are cautious on the looming debt ceiling, with little influence expected from earnings season. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE .

Potbelly Delivers Hot IPO

Potbelly Delivers Hot IPO

Potbelly CEO Aylwin Lewis focuses on the lunch crowd for the chain's success.

Jobs, Debt Ceiling Hurts Stocks

Jobs, Debt Ceiling Hurts Stocks

The pending debt ceiling and poor jobs data hit stocks on the second day of the government shutdown. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Pockets Of Optimism Hold Sway

Pockets Of Optimism Hold Sway

Markets shrug off a government shutdown amid good manufacturing data and the first day of a new month. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Cramer: Twitter Has Real Earnings

Cramer: Twitter Has Real Earnings

Jim Cramer thinks a Twitter IPO will do well since consumers and advertisers both like the product.