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Nasdaq is a global stock market exchange and the second-largest stock exchange by market capitalization. Positioned at the nexus of technology and the capital markets, Nasdaq provides premier platforms and services for global capital markets and beyond with unmatched technology, insights and market expertise. The exchange serves corporate clients, investment managers, banks, brokers, and exchange operators as they navigate and interact with the global capital markets and the financial system. Most of the world's technology giants are listed on the Nasdaq.


  • Nasdaq is the world's first electronic exchange. The exchange has built innovative indexes to provide industry-leading technology that enables more than 130 markets around the world.

  • Nasdaq connects the corporate and investor community to minimize friction, reduce complexity and create more seamless routes to capital.

  • The exchange delivers world class technology that powers global economies and modernizes the underlying infrastructure.


Nasdaq advances the modernization of markets to create more sustainable, inclusive, and trusted financial networks enabling markets to reach their full potential.

Nasdaq enables economic growth through access to capital and transparency, and helps clients navigate the capital markets, accelerate sustainability, and drive governance excellence.

Nasdaq provides world class technology to solve the biggest challenges across risk management, regulatory compliance, and capital markets infrastructure.