Fixed Income Nordics
Nasdaq Nordic is the central marketplace for fixed income activities in the Nordic region. A wide range of products and services (such as listing, trading, and clearing) are provided for fixed income products in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland. Nasdaq Stockholm is the largest bond listing venue in the Nordics, with more than 6,000 listed retail and institutional bonds.
Fixed Income U.S.
Nasdaq acquired eSpeed - an established electronic platform for trading U.S. Treasury Securities in June 2013. eSpeed’s expertise in electronic execution of U.S.Treasury Securities trading combined with Nasdaq’s proven expertise in Market Technology and operational excellence in U.S. marketplaces provides customers with access into one of the world’s largest electronic markets for fixed income.
Nasdaq NLX (NLX) is the new London-based market for trading interest rate derivatives. Market participants have the ability to trade a suite of UK- and European-listed interest rate derivatives products across the yield curve. For the first time, the short and long ends of the interest rate curve are merged onto a single market for trading and clearing.