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April 3, 2014
09:02 EDTMEET, NDAQ, ICEMeetMe to move stock listing to NASDAQ
MeetMe (MEET) announced that it will transfer its U.S. stock exchange listing to the NASDAQ Capital Market (NDAQ). Trading in the company’s shares currently takes place on the NYSE MKT (ICE). The company expects trading on NASDAQ to begin on April 15. Until that time, trading will continue on the NYSE MKT. The company will retain its current ticker symbol, “MEET,” when trading begins on NASDAQ.
News For MEET;NDAQ;ICE From The Last 14 Days
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October 24, 2014
08:08 EDTNDAQNASDAQ says U.S. equity volumes so far in October up 30% from prior year
Comment from NASDAQ's Q3 earnings conference call.
07:43 EDTNDAQNASDAQ reports U.S. IPO win rate 61% year-to-date
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07:06 EDTNDAQNASDAQ lowers non-GAAP operating expense guidance
NASDAQ lowered non-GAAP operating expense guidance to $1.205B-$1.225B, down from the prior $1.22B-$1.25B. Included in this non-GAAP operating expense guidance is an expected $30M-$35M in GIFT new initiative spending, down from a prior $30M-$40M estimate, and $1.175B-$1.19B in core non-GAAP operating expense, down from $1.19B-$1,21B.
07:04 EDTNDAQNASDAQ boosts stock repurchase authorization by $500M
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07:04 EDTNDAQNASDAQ reports Q3 EPS 73c, consensus 70c
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October 23, 2014
15:39 EDTNDAQNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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October 14, 2014
11:50 EDTNDAQNasdaq calls JPMorgan earnings release 'human error,' CNBC reports
Nasdaq (NDAQ) said the early release today of JPMorgan's (JPM) earnings on its Shareholder.com website was an internal "human error," CNBC reports, citing a statement from the exchange. Reference Link
October 13, 2014
07:42 EDTICENYSE gets SEC approval for proposed rule changes
The New York Stock Exchange, on October 9, got final SEC approval for a rule change to amend its Rule 13 to allow an Add Liquidity Only modifier for day limit orders and to allow the day time-in-force condition and ALO modifier for Intermarket Sweep Orders. Analysts say the change allows the exchange to potentially gain ground on rivals that have long had the same deal, according to the New York Post, which quoted Haim Bodek as saying, “This is basically a blessing for exchanges to continue volume growth by accommodating HFT strategies and introducing asymmetry in the marketplace." Reference Link

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