Monday, October 29, 2012

Equity Trader Alert #2012 - 44
NASDAQ OMX Markets Closed on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 Due to Hurricane Sandy

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What you need to know:

  • NASDAQ OMX® will close all U.S. equity and derivatives exchanges, as well as the NASDAQ /FINRA TRF on Tuesday, October 30th, due to Hurricane Sandy.
  • NASDAQ OMX continues to monitor the situation and at this time expects its markets to be open as normal on Wednesday, October 31st.

What is being announced?

NASDAQ OMX has made the decision to close all of its U.S. equity and derivatives exchanges, as well as the NASDAQ/FINRA TRF, on Tuesday, October 30th, due to Hurricane Sandy. NASDAQ OMX has made this decision in consultation with the other exchanges and regulatory agencies.

Will NASDAQ OMX open markets on Wednesday, October 31st?

At this time, NASDAQ OMX expects that markets will open as normal on Wednesday, October 31st. Additional information will be communicated shortly.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact your NASDAQ OMX representative directly or email

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