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NASDAQ Eyes Japan - Again

December 28th, 2010
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Reuters:  U.S.-based Nasdaq OMX Group (NDAQ.O) is looking at having a second stab at setting up a market in Japan with the Osaka Securities Exchange (8697.OS), hoping to attract investors from emerging Asian economies, domestic media reported.

Follow up:

The two stock market operators opened the Nasdaq Japan market for start-ups in 2000 but closed it two years later after its order-matching system failed to find favor with Japan's No. 1 broker Nomura Securities and other major players.

 

The new exchange could open as early as January 2012 and would offer night and small lot trading to facilitate participation by a broad variety of investors, the Yomiuri newspaper reported. Kyodo news agency said the new market may also allow trading of stocks listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.  Read more.....









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