Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Equity Trader Alert #2021 - 79
Nasdaq to Begin Listing New iShares ETF on Thursday, October 14, 2021


  • Listing

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Effective Thursday, October 14, 2021, Nasdaq will list the following ETF:

  • iShares USD Bond Factor ETF (Ticker: USBF)

ETF Data Dissemination

Quotation and trade data for Nasdaq-Listed ETFs are disseminated via UTP Level 1, Nasdaq Basic, Nasdaq Level 2, and Nasdaq TotalView-ITCH.

Dissemination of the daily valuation information for the ETF will begin Thursday, October 14, 2021. These daily valuations will be widely disseminated and broadly displayed through major index service providers.

Intraday Indicative Value “USBF”.IV
Estimated Cash Amount Per Creation Unit “USBF".EU
Total Cash Amount Per Creation Unit “USBF”.TC
Net Accrued Dividend "USBF”.DV
Net Asset Value “USBF”.NV
Total Shares Outstanding “USBF”.SO

ETF Lead Market Maker

Jane Street (JSCA) will be the Designated Liquidity Provider (DLP) for the ETF listed above.

Market Makers

You may register as a market maker by contacting the Nasdaq Trading Services at +1 212 231 5180.

Market makers in the ETF can register beginning Thursday, October 14, 2021.

All purchasers of newly issued ETFs must receive a prospectus or product description.

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