Group signed Tel Aviv Stock Exchange for its Genium infrastructure last week
US exchange group Nasdaq has continued its
success cutting deals with Middle Eastern exchanges by signing
up two regional markets for Smarts, its market surveillance
The Dubai Financial Market – a
Dubai-based stock exchange – and the Abu Dhabi
Securities Exchange - another stock exchange - have inked
agreements to take the latest version of Nasdaq Smarts, James
Martin, the exchange group’s general manager for
the Middle East and Africa, told FOW.
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