Nasdaq To Quote Structured Note Prices As Sec Urges Transparency

fell 16.5 percent to $6.01. NxStage Medical Inc. fell 15.6 percent to Recommended stocks to buy $10.44. Providence Service Corp. fell 14.5 percent to $25.58. Empire Resorts Inc.
Source: http://www.businessweek.com/ap/2013-11-07/nasdaq-stocks-posting-largest-percentage-decreases

Other big blue-chip gains came from General Electric (+1.8 percent), UnitedHealth Group (+2.3 percent) and oil companies Chevron (+2.3 percent) and ExxonMobil (+1.3 percent). Clothing company Ralph Lauren rose 4.3 percent rose 5.5 percent after earnings bested analyst expectations by 3 cents at $2.23 per share. The company also boosted its revenue forecast. Oil and gas company Chesapeake Energy fell 6.8 percent on a weak production outlook. Deutsche Bank said the forecast implied a sequential decline in output of oil.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/us-stocks-european-markets-higher-145024660.html

Outside the U.s,Dyax Corp. (NASDAQ:DYAX) has established its partnerships to obtain regulatory-approval for & commercialize KALBITOR in specific markets. It is also evaluating opportunities in various other markets.Dyax Corp. (NASDAQ:DYAX) leverages its phage-display technology via the Licensing & Funded Research Program This program covers 13 product-candidates in clinical-development, including 3 in Phase-3 trials.
Source: http://nysepost.com/dyax-corp-nasdaqdyax-focuses-on-the-treatment-of-angioedema-11507

and the title. FORTUNE — This must be a pretty rough morning over at the NASDAQ. First, chief rival NYSE managed to bring Twitter ( TWTR ) public without any of the tech snafus that NASDAQ suffered through last year with Facebook ( FB ). Now, NYSE gets to rub even more salt in the wound, thanks to this new Thomson Reuters infographic: Source: Thomson Reuters It is worth noting, however, that NASDAQ has making inroads in overall IPO issuance — in part thanks to a 2013 boom in biotech offerings.
Source: http://finance.fortune.cnn.com/2013/11/07/nyse-nasdaq-twitter/

GDP report showing weak consumer and business spending. TOP INDEX MOVERS LAST 5 TRADING DAYS (+/-) EQUITY INDEXES: 10/30 – 11/06 NASDAQ EM EUROPE -2.9% INDEX (NQEMEU) PHLX HOUSING SECTOR -2.7% INDEX (HGX) NASDAQ EMERGING -2.4% MARKETS INDEX (NQEM) NASDAQ BIOTECHNOLOGY INDEX -2.4% (NBI) PHLX DEFENSE SECTOR +1.7% INDEX (DFX) COMMODITY INDEXES: 10/30 – 11/06 NASDAQ COMMODITY -5.3% SILVER INDEX ER (NQCISIER) PHLX GOLD & SILVER -5.2% INDEX (XAU) NASDAQ COMMODITY -4.1% BRENT CRUDE INDEX ER (NQCICBER) NASDAQ COMMODITY -3.6% NATURAL GAS INDEX ER (NQCINGER) NASDAQ COMMODITY -3.2% INDUSTRIAL METALS ER (NQCIIMER) “Earnings and revenue ‘beats’ have been outperforming last quarter’s and are in-line with the prior four quarters,” said Dave Gedeon, Managing Director, NASDAQ OMX Global Indexes. “We are seeing some sector rotation as we head into year-end, but earnings have not been the primary driver as global monetary policy remains the focus.” INDEX MOVES THIS WEEK — The PHLX Housing Index (HGX) reversed a 5.6% gain last week with a 2.7% loss over the last five days as multiples for homebuilder earnings have contracted. The Index fell below its 50-day moving average on October 31st and has weakened since. — The NASDAQ Biotechnology Index (NBI) fell 2.4% as it appears investors are taking profits.
Source: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/nasdaq-weekly-market-pulse-2013-11-07

The products can include buffers against losses, leveraged gains to a cap, protection of principal and a variety of other features. The largest issuers in the U.S. this year are Bank of America Corp. , with $5.34 billion of sales and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) , with $3.9 billion. Justin Perras , a spokesman for JPMorgan, declined to comment about the Nasdaq system, and Susan McCabe of Bank of America, didnt return an e-mail.
Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-11-07/nasdaq-to-quote-structured-note-prices-as-sec-urges-transparency.html

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