Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Data News #2019 - 7
Nasdaq Introduces New Canadian Market Data Policy Guidelines

Markets Impacted:

  • Nasdaq CXC
  • Nasdaq CX2
  • Nasdaq CXD

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What you need to know:

Nasdaq has published a Nasdaq Canada Data Policy to provide clarification from the current Nasdaq Global Information Services Data Policies.

What is changing?

Nasdaq is introducing new Canadian Market Data Policy Guidelines to provide clarification around Nasdaq Canada Policy. Distributors that consume Nasdaq Canada data products are required to follow this policy.

Which policies are changing as part of this transition?

Nasdaq is creating a new Nasdaq Canada Policy document to better assist customers in understanding the market data policies that applying to Canadian data products.

Is Nasdaq Changing Market Data fees as part of this transition?

Nasdaq will not be changing Market Data fees as part of this transition.

Where can I find the associated pricing information?

The full price list for Nasdaq Canada can be found at the following link:

Nasdaq Canada Pricing

Who should I contact for additional information?

Questions about Nasdaq Canada Market Data usage reporting and invoices should be directed to at +1 301 978 5307

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