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US OTC (Over-The-Counter) Market

What is an ‘Over-The-Counter Market’ 什么是OTC市场? A decentralized market, without a central physical location, where market participants trade with one another through various communication modes such as the telephone, email and proprietary electronic trading systems. An over-the-counter (OTC) market and an exchange market are the two basic ways of organizing financial markets. In an OTC market, dealers act as market makers by quoting prices at which they will buy and sell a security or currency. The way OTC is structured allows ...

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Nasdaq, where the ideas of tomorrow find capital today!

Introduction We invented electronic trading in 1971 and are proud that the revolutionary model that we developed 40 years ago is now the standard for markets worldwide. With our unsurpassed technology, an emphasis on transparency, and advanced tool set, we offer a unique and compelling value that attracts new firms to our markets. We then provide quality customer service, exceptional visibility opportunities and ground-breaking market intelligence resources. In short, we bring our entire business ecosystem to bear for our listed ...

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NASDAQ 对非美国公司提供可选择的上市标准 选择权一:财务状况方面要求有形净资产不少于400万美元;最近一年(或最近三年中的两年)税前盈利不少于70万美元,税后利润不少于40万美元,

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AIM – London Stock Exchange

What is AIM? The AIM market (‘AIM’) of the London Stock Exchange plc (the ‘Exchange’) is targeted at growing international companies. AIM is an ideal public market for growing and entrepreneurial international businesses seeking to expand and raise their global profile. As at 31 December 2015, there were 1,044 companies on AIM with an average market capitalisation of £70m. 39 companies joined AIM by IPO in 2015 raising on average £13.6m. Why go to AIM? The reasons AIM companies give for joining ...

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NSX – National Stock Exchange of Australia

Why List on NSX? NSX is an SME (Small & Medium Entreprise) focused listing stock exchange.  NSX offers a unique set of rules, processes, prices and a network clearly suited to SME and growth companies. NSX advantages include: Simple Rules – NSX’s Rules are not only simple but are also principle-based, which dramatically reduces the work required to become and stay listed. Equity Rules on other markets can be three times as long as NSX’s. Shorter and simpler rules and ...

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Catalist – Singapore Exchange

CATALIST: A SPONSOR-SUPERVISED LISTING PLATFORM FOR FAST GROWING COMPANIES On 26 November 2007, the Singapore Exchange Limited (“SGX”) announced the creation of a new listing platform, Catalist. The new board has replaced SESDAQ on 17 December 2007. The first group of sponsors is expected to be announced by January 2008, which is when Catalist is due for initial public offering (IPOs) under the new regime. SGX will establish a pool of quality sponsors and will continually seek to attract local and overseas sponsors ...

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Growth Enterprise Market “GEM” Hong Kong Stock Exchange

INTRODUCTION GEM was established as an alternative market to the Main Board in November 1999 to provide capital formation opportunities for growth companies. Amendments to the GEM Listing Rules which took effect on 1 July 2008 introduced a streamlined process for GEM listed companies to transfer to the Main Board, thus repositioning GEM as a stepping stone to the Main Board. As GEM is a listing venue for smaller, growth companies, the listing eligibility criteria are lower than for the ...

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