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Nasdaq, Inc. – Consenus Indicates Potential 5.9% Upside

Nasdaq, Inc. with ticker code (NDAQ) now have 15 analysts covering the stock. The analyst consensus points to a rating of ‘Buy’. The target price ranges between 113 and 93 calculating the average target price we see 104.07. Now with the previous closing price of 98.26 this is indicating there is a potential upside of 5.9%. The 50 day moving average now sits at 99.26 and the 200 day moving average is 91.81. The market cap for the company is $16,228m. Visit the company website at: http://www.business.nasdaq.com

Nasdaq, Inc. provides trading, clearing, marketplace technology, regulatory, securities listing, information, and public and private company services worldwide. The company’s Market Services segment offers equity derivative trading and clearing; cash equity trading; fixed income and commodities trading and clearing; and trade management services. This segment operates various exchanges and other marketplace facilities across various asset classes; and provides broker, clearing, settlement, and central depository services. Its Corporate Services segment offers capital market and governance solutions; and liquidity solutions for private companies and private funds. This segment also operates various listing platforms, which offer capital raising solutions for private and public companies. The company’s Information Services segment sells and distributes historical and real-time quote and trade information to sell-side, the buy-side, retail online brokers, proprietary trading shops, other venues, Internet portals, and data distributors; and develops and licenses Nasdaq branded indexes, associated derivatives, and financial products, as well as provides custom calculation services. This segment also offers content and analytics for asset managers, investment consultants, and asset owners. Its Market Technology segment provides solutions for trading, clearing, settlement, surveillance, depository, and information dissemination to markets. It also provides broker services through SMARTS, a managed service designed for brokers and other market participants; and TradeGuard, a suite of products for risk management. The company was formerly known as The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. and changed its name to Nasdaq, Inc. in September 2015. Nasdaq, Inc. was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in New York, New York.