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10 New Brokers & Vendors in Asia-Pacific Region Turn to Nasdaq for Market Data Solutions

Investors in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia that Seek Global Diversification Now Have Access to the US Stock Market via Nasdaq Basic and Nasdaq Last Sale

Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ), a leading provider of market data to millions of financial professionals and retail investors globally, announced ten new brokers and vendors in Asia-Pacific (APAC) will offer two of its most popular and leading market data solutions, Nasdaq Basic and Nasdaq Last Sale. These companies will now be able to provide local investors with much needed access to accurate, cost-effective and real-time stock market data for all US exchange listed stocks.

“We’re experiencing a surge in demand for market data solutions among APAC investors who want to diversify their portfolios and seek opportunities to invest in the US stock market,” said Tomas Franczyk, Managing Director APAC, Information Services at Nasdaq. “We are focused on empowering our current and prospective APAC partners with a complete suite of data products that helps their customers unlock access to some of the most accurate quote and trade data available on the market.”

Among the ten companies that have signed up for Nasdaq’s leading market data solutions include:


Nasdaq Basic provides real-time Best Bid and Offer and Last Sale information for all US exchange-listed stocks from the Nasdaq Market Center and the FINRA/Nasdaq Trade Reporting Facility™ (TRF™). It offers the single largest liquidity pool for US cash-listed equities and is twice as accurate and is more affordable than other Level 1 US market data offerings. Nasdaq Basic is used by more than 200,000 users globally and has saved the industry millions of dollars by offering data in a fast and customizable way at a fraction of the cost compared to other products. Nasdaq Last Sale provides real-time intraday last sale data for all securities traded in Nasdaq and the TRF™.

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