NDAQ Sep 2019 92.500 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
0.0500
0.0000 (0.00%)
As of 12:10PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close0.0500
Open0.0500
Bid0.0000
Ask0.0500
Strike92.50
Expire Date2019-09-20
Day's Range0.0500 - 0.0500
Contract RangeN/A
Volume1
Open Interest162
  • Brad Katsuyama’s IEX is shuttering its listings business
    Yahoo Finance

    Brad Katsuyama’s IEX is shuttering its listings business

    IEX is exiting its corporate listings business, the company announced on Monday. The business began roughly one year ago in September 2018.

  • Brad Katsuyama on why IEX exited listings business: ‘We’re not an events company’
    Yahoo Finance

    Brad Katsuyama on why IEX exited listings business: ‘We’re not an events company’

    Brad Katsuyama’s IEX is exiting the listings business after roughly one year, the company announced on Monday.

  • IEX stock exchange — of ‘Flash Boys’ fame — plans to exit listing business
    MarketWatch

    IEX stock exchange — of ‘Flash Boys’ fame — plans to exit listing business

    Startup Investors Exchange, or IEX Group Inc., plans to exit from the cutthroat business of serving stock listings, to focus on its bread-and-butter trading platform.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Delisting of Securities of Hunter Maritime Acquisition Corp., ADOMANI, Inc., Xynomic Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc., China TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Limited, and Warrant of Allied Esports Entertainment, Inc. from The Nasdaq Stock Market

    Nasdaq also announced that it will delist the common stock of ADOMANI, Inc.  ADOMANI, Inc.’s stock was suspended on August 22, 2019 and has not traded on Nasdaq since that time. Nasdaq also announced that it will delist the common stock and warrant of Xynomic Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc.  Xynomic Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc.’s common stock and warrant were suspended on July 17, 2019 and have not traded on Nasdaq since that time.

  • Reuters

    U.S. stock exchange competition to heat up in 2020 with new entrants

    At least three new U.S. stock exchanges are expected in 2020, executives from the companies said on Thursday, potentially lowering trading costs as the upstarts try to take business from the incumbents, while also adding complexity to the marketplace. There are currently 13 U.S. stock exchanges, 12 of which are run by Intercontinental Exchange Inc's NYSE, Nasdaq Inc , and Cboe Global Markets. "I could see us getting to 20-plus," Bryan Harkins, co-head of markets at Cboe, said of the potential for new exchanges, at a Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association conference.

  • Wachtell Lipton: Stakes for Corporate Stewardship Have Never Been Higher
    CorpGov.com

    Wachtell Lipton: Stakes for Corporate Stewardship Have Never Been Higher

    As many American companies grow to the size countries, their social responsibility has increased in tandem, but they are conflicted by an ongoing pressure to put shareholder returns first. “Reflecting their unprecedented scale, U.S. corporations have been blamed for accelerating environmental degradation and aggravating disparities in income and wealth,” Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz wrote […]

  • Business Wire

    Nasdaq’s Quandl Hires Alternative Data Veteran Evan Reich as Head of Data Strategy and Sourcing

    Nasdaq’s Quandl, a leading provider of alternative and core financial data, today announced that Evan Reich has been appointed as Head of Data Strategy and Sourcing. Reich was formerly Global Head of Data Strategy and Sourcing at BlueMountain Capital. Reich joins Quandl with over a decade of experience within the industry and a deep domain knowledge of alternative data.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Datadog, Inc. (Nasdaq: DDOG) to Ring The Nasdaq Stock Market Opening Bell

    ADVISORY, Sept. 19, 2019 -- What:  Datadog, Inc. (Nasdaq: DDOG), the monitoring and analytics platform for developers, IT operations teams and business users in the cloud.

  • Barrons.com

    Buy Nasdaq Because Its Margins Will Rebound, Says Oppenheimer

    The stock-market operator could provide substantial returns for long-term investors, according to analyst Owen Lau.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Nasdaq Named to Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the Fourth Consecutive Year

    NEW YORK, Sept. 18, 2019 -- Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) today announced it has been selected as a North American index component of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), one of.

  • Here's Why You Should Hold Nasdaq Stock in Your Portfolio
    Zacks

    Here's Why You Should Hold Nasdaq Stock in Your Portfolio

    Nasdaq (NDAQ) remains poised for growth on diverse business model, efficient capital position and inorganic growth.

  • Cloud9 and IPC to Ring Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell in Celebration of Historic Next-Generation Voice Trading Solution Collaboration
    PR Newswire

    Cloud9 and IPC to Ring Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell in Celebration of Historic Next-Generation Voice Trading Solution Collaboration

    NEW YORK , Sept. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- WHAT: IPC , a leading provider of communications and networking solutions for the financial markets, and Cloud9 Technologies ("Cloud9"), a leader in ...

  • GlobeNewswire

    Wilmington Trust and Nasdaq Fund Network Provide First Publicly Searchable Ticker Symbols for Collective Investment Trusts (CITs)

    NEW YORK, Sept. 16, 2019 -- Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) and Wilmington Trust today announced the first-ever tickers for Collective Investment Trusts (“CITs”) on Nasdaq Fund Network.

  • Financial Times

    FirstFT: Today’s top stories

    FT subscribers can  click here to receive FirstFT every day by email. How well did you keep up with the news this week? Take  our quiz . Former US vice-president Joe Biden came repeatedly under attack ...

  • GlobeNewswire

    SmileDirectClub, Inc. (Nasdaq: SDC) to Ring the Nasdaq Stock Market Opening Bell

    ADVISORY, Sept. 12, 2019 -- What:SmileDirectClub, Inc. (Nasdaq: SDC) (“SmileDirectClub”), the industry pioneer and first direct-to-consumer medtech platform for teeth.

  • Star Trader’s Default Still Rattling Power Market a Year Later
    Bloomberg

    Star Trader’s Default Still Rattling Power Market a Year Later

    (Bloomberg) -- The expulsion of Einar Aas from Nasdaq Inc.’s commodities unit in Europe is continuing to rattle power markets a year after the trader racked up more than $100 million in debt from bets he couldn’t repay.The default of the Nordic market’s most successful trader forced Nasdaq to focus on restoring confidence to the market. Buying and selling of electricity has been on the decline for years, and the Aas scandal only made matters worse. Activity in 2018 dropped to the lowest in two decades and volumes are down another 21% this year through August. Less trading has widened spreads, especially on contracts for the years ahead, according to market participants.“If there had been 10 traders as big as Einar Aas in the market, the other nine would probably have seized the opportunity and moved in to fill the gap,” said Arne Bergvik, head of analysis at Swedish utility Jamtkraft AB. “Unfortunately, there’s now a void.”His demise took many in the market by surprise. After all, regulators around the world had spent a decade shoring up rules to avoid another default after the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in 2008. Aas, who traded on the world’s oldest power exchange for his own account, slipped through the net because of his stature, and rival traders had to pitch in to cover his losses.What Has Nasdaq Done Since the default?The exchange shored up rules on trading and capital requirements to make less likely another event like the default of Aas. Those changes include, increased requirements for how much capital and liquidity members of the clearing house has available.“You can never get to a 100% guarantee that this kind of event never happens again, but the actions we are taking now are significantly reducing the risk,” Georg Aasen, vice president for Nasdaq Commodities, said by phone.What are traders and utility executives saying?There’s an open question about how a single trader could be allowed to take the kinds of risks Aas racked up, said Marcus Annell, head of financial trading at the utility Bixia AB. Confidence in the exchange and its risk management has taken a knock.But while the lack of trust in the exchange has meant some business has gone elsewhere, Annell says there will always be a need for utilities to buy and sell power in advance. That means opportunities for traders, albeit at a smaller scale. The default means it will be even more difficult for Nasdaq to regain volume.The exchange should also be wary of too much increased regulation. If paperwork becomes too burdensome for smaller traders, then there’s a risk that the market will just have a handful of giant producers left, Annell said.Simon-Erik Ollus, head of trading at Fortum Oyj, doesn’t blame Nasdaq alone for the failure. In a bid to keep a lid on trading costs, it was a “Nordic compromise” to allow traders to become direct clearing members. But now, “we can probably call it a failure in the design of risk management,” he said.Fortum had to pay 20 million euros ($22 million) into Nasdaq’s default fund to help cover the losses, and has called for more product development in the Nordic market to boost trade. That is a focus right now, he said.Anna Borg, chief financial officer at utility Vattenfall AB, says that’s although volumes are declining it’s premature to call the market’s demise just yet. More regulation makes trading even more complex, but it’s also reducing risk, and this is where the market and the exchange jointly need to find the right balance.“Nasdaq has shot itself in the foot,” said Fredrik Bodecker, head of adviser Bodecker Partners AB and a former trader. While there are potentially new types of market participants, including wind power producers, the increase in margins and compliance is forcing smaller traders and producers on to the bilateral market, where they are instead trading directly with utilities, he said.What action has the regulators taken?Norway’s financial supervisory authority, after carrying out an audit of Nasdaq’s Norwegian unit, concluded in January that the exchange had lapsed in its oversight of Aas. It found that he had other people trading on his account, even if it was solely personal. There wasn’t sufficient investigation by the bourse and in the aftermath, Nasdaq had failed to disclose such vital information voluntarily.Sweden’s FSA, which oversees Nasdaq’s Nordic clearinghouse in Stockholm, still has separate investigations underway into the company, focusing on risk management, participation requirements, default management procedures and margin calculation.Have others markets benefited?“Not yet,” said Steffen Riediger, director of European power derivatives at the European Energy Exchange AG, a rival bourse. The company said in the aftermath of Aas’s default that it would expand in the Nordic power market. Volumes are up, but to a small extent he said, adding that more participants are setting up the product now.What about Aas himself?Aas, who declined to comment when reached by phone, avoided bankruptcy after striking a deal with the other traders and utilities at Nasdaq who were forced to top up the clearing house’s default fund.He got to keep his main house in Grimstad, a few hours’ drive southwest of Oslo. But he has sold other assets to settle claims, including sea-side properties, a mountain cabin, shares in an oil company and a painting by Andy Warhol.So far, those sales have brought in more than 160 million kroner ($18 million), according to Bloomberg calculations based on reports in Norwegian media. A few other major assets remain: investments in real-estate projects in Spain, and a possible tax refund stemming from a rule that would let Aas deduct 2018 losses from income in earlier years.“The sales process involving the Spanish real-estate investments is in full swing,” Aas’s lawyer, Marius Moursund Gisvold, said by phone, declining to provide any other details.The book value of his Spanish investments was set at 258 million kroner in the 2018 annual report of Aas’s investment firm Toppen Invest AS. The tax refund could be worth more than 200 million kroner, according to calculations published by local paper Agderposten.\--With assistance from Mathew Carr.To contact the reporters on this story: Lars Paulsson in London at lpaulsson@bloomberg.net;Jesper Starn in Stockholm at jstarn@bloomberg.net;Mikael Holter in Oslo at mholter2@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Reed Landberg at landberg@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Nasdaq Announces End-of-Month Open Short Interest Positions in Nasdaq Stocks as of Settlement Date August 30, 2019

    NEW YORK, Sept. 11, 2019 -- At the end of the settlement date of August 30, 2019, short interest in 2,370 Nasdaq Global MarketSM securities totaled 8,308,462,471 shares.

  • Financial Times

    Cloud software is nuts, and it’s crashing

    For the best part of 2019, the cloud software companies have lorded over the public markets. Paying silly times sales for anything with a share price chart that goes steeply up and to the right, and has a vague business model semblance to crown-ruler Adobe.

  • Income Investors Should Know That Nasdaq, Inc. (NASDAQ:NDAQ) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon
    Simply Wall St.

    Income Investors Should Know That Nasdaq, Inc. (NASDAQ:NDAQ) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon

    It looks like Nasdaq, Inc. (NASDAQ:NDAQ) is about to go ex-dividend in the next 3 days. Ex-dividend means that...

  • Cboe Global's (CBOE) August Volume Increases Year Over Year
    Zacks

    Cboe Global's (CBOE) August Volume Increases Year Over Year

    Cboe Global's (CBOE) Options, Futures and U.S. Equities volume reflect year-over-year increase in August. However, European Equities and global forex decline.

  • 5 Questions to Consider When Digitizing Board Management and Meetings
    CorpGov.com

    5 Questions to Consider When Digitizing Board Management and Meetings

    Digitizing board management can take board productivity to the next level. Answering these important questions will help you select the right technology to support your boardroom. Download the checklist from Nasdaq, Inc.

  • Nasdaq's (NDAQ) August Volume Increases Year Over Year
    Zacks

    Nasdaq's (NDAQ) August Volume Increases Year Over Year

    Nasdaq's (NDAQ) August U.S. equity options and European options and futures volume reflect year-over-year increase.

  • CME Group (CME) Records Second-Highest Monthly ADV in August
    Zacks

    CME Group (CME) Records Second-Highest Monthly ADV in August

    CME Group's (CME) August volumes of 24.3 million contracts reflect an increase of 53% year over year. Treasury futures and Metals marks record volumes.