Other Exchange Listed Securities

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This dataset contains a detailed information on companies listed in the stock exchanges other than NYSE (The New York Stock Exchange) and NASDAQ. It also contains information on each security used in ACT(Automated Confirmation Transaction Service) and CTCI (Computer-to-computer interface) connectivity protocol.

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A listed security is a financial instrument that is traded through an exchange, such as the NYSE or Nasdaq. When a private company decides to go public and issue shares, it will need to choose an exchange on which to be listed. To do so, it must be able to meet that exchange’s listing requirements and pay both the exchange’s entry and yearly listing fees. Listing requirements vary by exchange and include minimum stockholder’s equity, a minimum share price and a minimum number of shareholders. Exchanges have listing requirements to ensure that only high quality securities are traded on them and to uphold the exchange’s reputation among investors.

Listing on the Nasdaq is considerably less expensive than listing on the NYSE, so newer companies often opt for the Nasdaq if they meet its requirements. The exchange a company chooses to be listed on can affect how investors perceive the stock. Some companies choose to cross-list their securities on more than one exchange. If a stock fails to comply with the exchange’s listing requirements, it will be delisted. Delisted securities that can no longer be traded on an exchange will sometimes be traded over the counter. The over-the-counter market does not have listing requirements.

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John Snow Labs; Nasdaq Trader;

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NASDAQ, Stock Exchange, Exchange Listing, Round Lot, Share Holders, NASDAQ Traders, ACT Symbols, ETF, Exchange Traded Fund, Nasdaq Listed Symbols

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Other Exchange Listed Securities, Companies in the Other Exchanges, List of Companies in Other Exchanges

ACT_SymbolIdentifier for each security used in ACT (Automated Confirmation Transaction Service) and CTCI (Computer-to-computer interface) connectivity protocol. Typical identifiers have 1-5 character root symbol and then 1-3 characters for suffixes, allowing up to 14 characters.stringrequired : 1
Security_NameThe name of the security including additional information, if applicable. Examples are security type (common stock, preferred stock, etc.) or class (class A or B, etc.).stringrequired : 1
Stock_Exchange_ListingThe listing stock exchange or market of a security.string-
Is_Exchange_Traded_FundIdentifies whether the security is an exchange traded fund (ETF). Values: true = Yes, security is an ETF. false= No, security is not an ETF. For new ETFs added to the file, the ETF field for the record will be updated to a value of "true".boolean-
Round_Lot_SizeIndicates the number of shares that make up a round lot for the given securityintegerlevel : Nominal
Is_Test_IssueIndicates whether the security is a test security. Values: true = Yes, it is a test issue. false = No, it is not a test issue.boolean-
NASDAQ_SymbolIdentifier of the security used to in various NASDAQ connectivity protocols and NASDAQ market data feeds. Typical identifiers have 1-5 character root symbol and then 1-3 characters for suffixesstring-
INUVInuvo, Inc.NYSE MKTfalse100falseINUV
NGDNew Gold Inc.NYSE MKTfalse100falseNGD
SPYSPDR S&P 500 NYSE ARCAtrue100falseSPY
BFORBarron's 400 NYSE ARCAtrue100falseBFOR
DVPDeep Value ETF NYSE ARCAtrue100falseDVP
AKGAsanko Gold Inc.NYSE MKTfalse100falseAKG
GLDSPDR Gold Trust NYSE ARCAtrue100falseGLD
EEBInvesco BRIC ETF NYSE ARCAtrue100falseEEB
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