Definitions for "Nasdaq National Market"
Keywords:  stringent, largest, newer, tech, meet
The NASDAQ National Market is a group of more than 3,500 companies that have a national and/or international shareholder base. They must meet stringent financial requirements, agree to specific corporate governance standards and have applied for listing with.
A national US stock market where trades are made exclusively via computers. The second largest market in the country, the Nasdaq is home to many high-tech and newer firms, including Microsoft. It now has its own website for UK investors:
Stocks that trade on the NASDAQ National market must meet certain listing and maintenance requirements. For a complete list of those requirements, visit NASDAQ at