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DAVIDsTEA (Nasdaq: DTEA) made its debut on June 5, selling 5.1 million shares at $19 to raise $96.9 million.
Indexes and the Women's World Cup
Participate in Nasdaq’s first ever Global Compliance Survey.
In its first year, Nasdaq's Global Compliance Survey: Inside the Mind of the Compliance Officer aims to analyze and provide insight into the ever-changing role of global compliance officers.
The survey investigates both internal and external changes affecting compliance officers around the world, from compliance culture and resources within organizations to which global trends and regulations are of utmost importance to those dealing with them on a daily basis.
DAVIDsTEA is a Montreal-based retailer in the specialty teas market, with over 150 locations throughout Canada and the United States. DAVIDsTEA joins the ranks of the 400+ leading consumer brands listed on Nasdaq. It is also the 50th Canadian company to list on Nasdaq. The very next week, fellow Montreal-based Amaya (Nasdaq: AYA), a $3 billion gaming technology company, completed its dual listing on Nasdaq.
These newcomers are in good company: Canada is the fourth largest market on Nasdaq by number of listings, and Nasdaq lists 76% of Canadian companies in the high-growth sectors of consumer, technology and healthcare.
After four long years of waiting, this past Saturday, June 6th, marked the opening matches of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. For the next 30 days, fans around the globe will be focused on the magic and excitement of the tournament.
Here at Nasdaq, we will be following our favorite teams while also bringing that enthusiasm off the fields by tracking the performance of the corresponding stock markets.
The Nasdaq Global Equity Index family, with over 9,000 stocks from 45 countries offers a valuable barometer for tracking the performance of global markets. While the game of soccer (or football) declares a victor on the field, we will look at each country’s corresponding stock market performance off the field and declare a winner based on the trailing week’s performance leading up to the day of the match.