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Last-Sale Reporting

What is 'Last-Sale Reporting'

An electronic entry, to the Nasdaq stock market, of the amount and price of shares involved in a transaction's not less than a board lot.

Explaining 'Last-Sale Reporting'

Trades reported must be submitted to Nasdaq within 90 seconds of the execution of the trade.


Further Reading


Method and apparatus for predicting and reporting a real estate value based on a weighted average of predicted values
patents.google.com [PDF]
… to the Executive Order identify laws, treaties, regula- tions, guidance, reporting and record … market should be viewed through the lens of making the economics of securitization … federal regulatory framework, and many opportunities for improvement are cited throughout this report …

Where do electronic markets come from? Regulation and the transformation of financial exchangesWhere do electronic markets come from? Regulation and the transformation of financial exchanges
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… to the Executive Order identify laws, treaties, regula- tions, guidance, reporting and record … market should be viewed through the lens of making the economics of securitization … federal regulatory framework, and many opportunities for improvement are cited throughout this report …

Report of the Finance CommitteeReport of the Finance Committee
www.jstor.org [PDF]
… to the Executive Order identify laws, treaties, regula- tions, guidance, reporting and record … market should be viewed through the lens of making the economics of securitization … federal regulatory framework, and many opportunities for improvement are cited throughout this report …

The official closing versus last trade price for Nasdaq stocks: Implications for empirical research and automatic equity option exerciseThe official closing versus last trade price for Nasdaq stocks: Implications for empirical research and automatic equity option exercise
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
… to the Executive Order identify laws, treaties, regula- tions, guidance, reporting and record … market should be viewed through the lens of making the economics of securitization … federal regulatory framework, and many opportunities for improvement are cited throughout this report …

Short selling and the news: a preliminary report on empirical studyShort selling and the news: a preliminary report on empirical study
heinonline.org [PDF]
… to the Executive Order identify laws, treaties, regula- tions, guidance, reporting and record … market should be viewed through the lens of making the economics of securitization … federal regulatory framework, and many opportunities for improvement are cited throughout this report …

Method and apparatus for predicting and reporting a real estate value based on a weighted average of predicted valuesMethod and apparatus for predicting and reporting a real estate value based on a weighted average of predicted values
patents.google.com [PDF]
… to the Executive Order identify laws, treaties, regula- tions, guidance, reporting and record … market should be viewed through the lens of making the economics of securitization … federal regulatory framework, and many opportunities for improvement are cited throughout this report …



Q&A About Last-Sale Reporting


Who can participate in last sale reporting?

Anyone who has an account with NASDAQ or any other exchange that uses last sale reporting can participate.

Where must trades be reported within 9 seconds?

Trades must be reported to Nasdaq within 9 seconds.

What does "board lot" mean?

A board lot is 100 shares.

How many shares are required for a trade to be considered valid?

Not less than a board lot.

What is the New York Stock Exchange?

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is an American stock exchange.

What is the definition of Last-Sale Reporting?

An electronic entry, to the Nasdaq stock market, of the amount and price of shares involved in a transaction's not less than a board lot.

Why doesn't the NYSE require last-sale reporting?

Last sale reporting would be redundant to what they already have access to.

How does the NYSE get information about trades made on its floor?

It gets information from traders and dealers who work on the trading floor.

What does the NYSE do with last-sale reporting?

The NYSE doesn't require last-sale reporting since it gets information from traders and dealers who work on the trading floor.