Nasdaq, Inc. (NDAQ)

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NASDAQ
Prev Close 143.08
Day Low/High 143.54 / 146.34
52 Wk Low/High 140.31 / 214.96
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 164.68B
Market Cap 23.56B
P/E Ratio 25.72
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Shutdowns Good For Stocks

Shutdowns Good For Stocks

Ben Willis of Albert Fried says history shows that shutdowns are eventually good for the stock market.

Shutdown Slams Stocks

Shutdown Slams Stocks

The government shutdown has hit confidence, with financials and gold two areas to avoid. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

End to Year's Longest Down Streak

End to Year's Longest Down Streak

Better jobs data breaks the longest losing streak since December but fiscal concerns still linger. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Stocks Churn As DC Squirms

Stocks Churn As DC Squirms

Stocks are higher, but on light volume as the market watches Washington. Jason Weisberg of Seaport Securities worries about market malaise.

PM Abe Proclaims Japan a 'Buy'

PM Abe Proclaims Japan a 'Buy'

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urged America to adopt Japan's energy saving technology as he continues structural reform in Japan.

Monetary, Debt Woes Dampen Market

Monetary, Debt Woes Dampen Market

Amid uncertainty around the debt ceiling, financial stocks' legal woes are also depressing the market. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Washington Creating Uncertainty

Washington Creating Uncertainty

Political squabbling in Washington has created an atmosphere of uncertainty. Alan Valdes, DME Securities, sees this as a buying opportunity.

5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street

5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street

Losing Larry, Option Outage, Not Berry Smart, Joe's Junk Sale and Howard Holsters Mouth highlight Gregg Greenberg's dumbest list this week.

Markets Digest Somber Econ Outlook

Markets Digest Somber Econ Outlook

Investors reflect on the Fed's cautious economic outlook despite an ongoing boost from stimulus. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Benefitfocus IPO Goes Big

Benefitfocus IPO Goes Big

Benefitfocus increased its offering size and price range. CEO Shawn Jenkins tells TheStreet about this Goldman Sachs subsidiary.

Markets Jump As Stimulus Stays

Markets Jump As Stimulus Stays

Markets surged on a surprise Fed decision not to cut back stimulus. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Market Expects Slight Fed Pullback

Market Expects Slight Fed Pullback

Markets are pricing in a slight stimulus reduction but remain vulnerable to unexpected Fed moves. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Markets Up As War Risks Recede

Markets Up As War Risks Recede

Markets are up as a deal is made to remove Syria's weapons, yet Apple drags the Nasdaq lower. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Beware Another 'Knightmare' On Wall Street

Beware Another 'Knightmare' On Wall Street

Regulators desperately need to work with exchanges to prevent another collapse like we saw at Knight Capital last year, says Edgar Perez, author of Knightmare on Wall Street.

Markets Falter In Fed Watch Mode

Markets Falter In Fed Watch Mode

Markets fall after the S&P returns 18% this year but technology stocks still hold promise.

Some Markets Up, Nasdaq Slips on Apple

Some Markets Up, Nasdaq Slips on Apple

Apple drags Nasdaq lower while Facebook outruns its IPO price. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE.

Nasdaq Up; S&P, DJIA Also Gain

Nasdaq Up; S&P, DJIA Also Gain

U.S. markets ended Tuesday's session higher with the Nasdaq outpacing the other averages but potential Fed tapering is a risk to further gains. Jane Searle reports from the NYSE

Nasdaq OMX upgraded at BMO

PowerSecure Leaves The Nasdaq

PowerSecure Leaves The Nasdaq

PowerSecure CEO Sidney Hinton believes joining the NYSE says they have 'hit the big time'. The move gets them closer to their customers.

Markets Tumble as U.S. Accuses Syria of Chemical Attack

Markets Tumble as U.S. Accuses Syria of Chemical Attack

The threat of U.S. military action in Syria dragged markets lower in late trading.

Cramer on Mergers and Markets

Cramer on Mergers and Markets

Jim Cramer gives his take on trending Twitter topics including Amgen's purchase of Onyx and the fallout from Nasdaq's trading glitch.

Cramer: The Last Straw for Retail Investors

Cramer: The Last Straw for Retail Investors

For many smaller players, the Nasdaq outage has proven to them that they don't belong in the stock market.

Nasdaq Could Have Been Hacked

Nasdaq Could Have Been Hacked

Rockwell Economist Peter Cardillo questions whether Nasdaq's trading problem was related to a hacker.

Heck No! Greifeld Should Not Go

Heck No! Greifeld Should Not Go

Bob Greifeld has transformed the exchange and should remain CEO despite yesterday's outage and the Facebook IPO debacle, says Ken Leon,equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ.

Stocks Flat - Pandora Sings Blues

Stocks Flat - Pandora Sings Blues

Stocks are flat following Nasdaq's trading glitch on Thursday. Pandora sings a slower tune, Aeropostale is a teen miss and Google goes Uber.

Nasdaq Turmoil Is Trouble for Greifeld

Nasdaq Turmoil Is Trouble for Greifeld

It's time for some accountability at the top.

Nasdaq Fail: Integrity Questioned

Nasdaq Fail: Integrity Questioned

A 3-hour trading halt on the Nasdaq has investors questioning market integrity, while stocks moved higher on global manufacturing data.

Shutdown Won't Slay Nasdaq Stock

Shutdown Won't Slay Nasdaq Stock

Thursday's trading debacle at the Nasdaq won't necessarily damage the company's own stock over the long term, says Gaston Ceron, Equity Analyst at Morningstar.

Nasdaq Trading Fails Again

Nasdaq Trading Fails Again

Trading is halted at NASDAQ as the trading tape quit working properly. Professor James Angel has concerns over the restarting of trading.

Technical Traders Behind Buying

Technical Traders Behind Buying

Low volume has led to increased volatility creating a situation where technical traders drive the market direction says Alan Valdes.