EASDAQ


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EASDAQEuropean Association of Securities Dealers Automatic Quotation System
EASDAQEuropean Association of Security Dealers Automated Quotation (stock market)
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In July 1998, the company went public on the Easdaq exchange (Easdaq: AUTN).
A new wave of markets opened in the mid-nineties to stem the flow, some national in focus (Nouveau Marche, Neue Markt, etc.), others with more distinctive pan-European aspirations (EASDAQ, Euro-NM).
It is also listed on the Brussels-based high-tech Easdaq index.
There is also the purchase of a major shareholding by the US high-tech market Nasdaq of the Brussels-based European-wide bourse Easdaq.As was reported above the Stockholm Council adopted the proposal that the Commission create a Securities and a Regulatory Committee.
US-based VASCO (Nasdaq:VDSI; Easdaq), a global provider of security solutions that enable e-business and e-commerce, has announced that OCBC Bank, one of Singapore's leading financial institutions, is securing its online banking with VASCO's market-leading Digipass strong authentication and digital signature technology.
It currently has licenses to use text-to-speech technology from Lernout & Hauspie (Nasdaq:LHSP) (Easdaq:LHSP) and speech recognition technology from SpeechWorks International, Inc.
JSB Software Technologies Plc, the Cheshire, UK-based internet software company, is planning to raise $50m on the Easdaq market and abandon its quotation on London's lackluster Alternative Investment Market as it pushes hard to establish its SurfControl software as the dominant product in the internet access control software.
The Swiss pharmaceutical group Roche and the Irish company deCode, quoted on the Nasdaq and the Easdaq, have concluded a new research agreement covering diagnostic tools based on DNA analysis, according to a statement from Roche.
Software superstar Autonomy - listed on Europe's Easdaq but a newcomer to the London market - has held its ground, and is now back at March levels that themselves represented a threefold increase since the start of the year.
(GTS) (Nasdaq:GTSG; Frankfurt:GTS; Easdaq:GTSG), Washington, D.C., provider of telecommunications services to carriers and businesses across Europe, has sold network capacity to Equant (NYSE:ENT, Paris Bourse:EQU), a supplier of seamless international managed data network services to multinational businesses.
The deal is expected to close in mid-November, at the same time as JSB's anticipated public offering of equity securities on the Easdaq stock market.