Nasdaq Acquires Electronic Trading Firm

The Nasdaq securities exchange announces it will acquire the firm Instinet, which owns an important electronic trading system. The deal is valued at more than $1.8 billion, and follows the New York Stock Exchange's merger with an electronic trading firm.

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