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Digital Museum Exhibit To Highlight Nasdaq's 50th Anniversary

Digital Museum Exhibit To Highlight Nasdaq's 50th Anniversary

By Phil Hall, Yahoo!Finance


February 8, 2021 | MoAF in the News

Nasdaq is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its launch with a new digital exhibit created in partnership with New York's Museum of American Finance. The exhibit will highlight the stories and artifacts from the company, which debuted on this date in 1971 as the first fully electronic quotation system. It will also trace the evolution of financial technology, data and trading systems, along with the key historic moments where Nasdaq's impact resonated in the global capital markets.

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