List of Companies in NASDAQ Exchanges

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This dataset contains a detailed information on companies listed in the NASDAQ exchanges. The dataset also includes the market category as well as the financial status of the listed companies.

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Major stock exchanges, like the Nasdaq, are exclusive clubs – their reputations rest on the companies they trade. As such, the Nasdaq won’t allow just any company to be traded on its exchange. Only companies with a solid history and top-notch management behind them are considered.

The Nasdaq has three sets of listing requirements. Each company must meet at least one of the three requirement sets, as well as the main rules for all companies.

– Listing Requirements for All Companies
Each company must have a minimum of 1,250,000 publicly-traded shares upon listing, excluding those held by officers, directors or any beneficial owners of more than 10% of the company. In addition, the regular bid price at the time of listing must be $4, and there must be at least three market makers for the stock. However, a company may qualify under a closing price alternative of $3 or $2 if the company meets varying requirements. Each listing firm is also required to follow Nasdaq corporate governance rules 4350, 4351 and 4360. Companies must also have at least 450 round lot (100 shares) shareholders, 2,200 total shareholders, or 550 total shareholders with 1.1 million average trading volume over the past 12 months.
In addition to these requirements, companies must meet all of the criteria under at least one of the following standards. Note: None of the securities in this dataset is a test security.

– Listing Standard No. 1
The company must have aggregate pre-tax earnings in the prior three years of at least $11 million, in the prior two years at least $2.2 million, and no one year in the prior three years can have a net loss.

– Listing Standard No. 2
The company must have a minimum aggregate cash flow of at least $27.5 million for the past three fiscal years, with no negative cash flow in any of those three years. In addition, its average market capitalization over the prior 12 months must be at least $550 million, and revenues in the previous fiscal year must be $110 million, minimum.

– Listing Standard No. 3
Companies can be removed from the cash flow requirement of Standard No. 2 if the average market capitalization over the past 12 months is at least $850 million, and revenues over the prior fiscal year are at least $90 million.

A company has three ways to get listed on the Nasdaq, depending on the underlying fundamentals of the company. If a company does not meet certain criteria, such as the operating income minimum, it has to make it up with larger minimum amounts in another area like revenue. This helps to improve the quality of companies listed on the exchange.

It doesn’t end there. After a company gets listed on the market, it must maintain certain standards to continue trading. Failure to meet the specifications set out by the stock exchange will result in its delisting. Falling below the minimum required share price, or market capitalization, is one of the major factors triggering a delisting. Again, the exact details of delisting depend on the exchange.

Date Created

2017-03-08

Last Modified

2019-01-11

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2019-01-11

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Daily

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John Snow Labs; Nasdaq Trader;

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Keywords

Nasdaq, Stock Exchange, NASDAQ Listed Securities, Round Lot, Share Holders, Nasdaq Exchanges, Nasdaq Listed, Nasdaq Listed Symbols

Other Titles

Nasdaq Listings, Companies in the NASDAQ Exchanges, Nasdaq Listed Companies

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
SymbolThe one to four or five character identifier for each NASDAQ-listed security.stringrequired : 1
Security_NameCompany issuing the security and the name of the security.string-
Market_CategoryThe category assigned to the issue by NASDAQ based on Listing Requirements.string-
Is_Test_IssueIndicates whether or not the security is a test security.boolean-
Financial_StatusIndicates when an issuer has failed to submit its regulatory filings on a timely basis, has failed to meet NASDAQ's continuing listing standards, and/or has filed for bankruptcy.string-
Round_Lot_SizeIndicates the number of shares that make up a round lot for the given security.string-
Is_ETFIdentifies whether the security is an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). For new ETFs added to the dataset, the ETF field for the record will be updated to a value of "true".boolean-
Is_Next_SharesIdentifies whether the security is a next share.boolean-
SymbolSecurity_NameMarket_CategoryIs_Test_IssueFinancial_StatusRound_Lot_SizeIs_ETFIs_Next_Shares
ATISAttis Industries Inc. Common StockNASDAQ Capital MarketfalseDeficient and Delinquent100falsefalse
SGYPSynergy Pharmaceuticals, Inc.NASDAQ Global Select MarketSMfalseDeficient and Bankrupt100falsefalse
RVLTRevolution Lighting Technologies, Inc.NASDAQ Capital MarketfalseDeficient and Delinquent100falsefalse
OLDThe LongNASDAQ Global MarketSMfalseNormal (Default): Issuer Is NOT Deficient, Delinquent, or Bankrupt.100truefalse
IEFiShares 7NASDAQ Global MarketSMfalseNormal (Default): Issuer Is NOT Deficient, Delinquent, or Bankrupt.100truefalse
IEIiShares 3NASDAQ Global MarketSMfalseNormal (Default): Issuer Is NOT Deficient, Delinquent, or Bankrupt.100truefalse
IMVIMV Inc.NASDAQ Capital MarketfalseNormal (Default): Issuer Is NOT Deficient, Delinquent, or Bankrupt.100falsefalse
PLWInvesco 1NASDAQ Global MarketSMfalseNormal (Default): Issuer Is NOT Deficient, Delinquent, or Bankrupt.100truefalse
SHYiShares 1NASDAQ Global MarketSMfalseNormal (Default): Issuer Is NOT Deficient, Delinquent, or Bankrupt.100truefalse
GCVRZSanofiNASDAQ Global MarketSMfalseNormal (Default): Issuer Is NOT Deficient, Delinquent, or Bankrupt.100falsefalse
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