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October 7, 2013
10:21 EDTNYX, MAR, NDAQMarriot to transfer to the NASDAQ Global Select Market
Marriott (MAR) announced it will voluntarily transfer the listing of its common stock to The NASDAQ Global Select Market (NDAQ) from the New York Stock Exchange (NYX). Trading of Marriott's shares on NASDAQ is expected to commence on October 21 under its current ticker symbol "MAR." Marriott will continue to trade on the NYSE until that time. Marriott's shares also will continue to trade on the Chicago Stock Exchange after the transfer to NASDAQ.
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