When was the world's first electronic stock exchange Nasdaq started?


The world's first electronic stock exchange, Nasdaq, began on February 8, 1971. Nasdaq is the world's second largest stock index. Next is the New York Stock Exchange of America. Before the Nasdaq started, the 'Over the Counter' method was used to invest in the stock market.

 The purpose of Nasdaq was to create such a market, where investors can buy and sell shares in a fast and transparent manner with the help of a computer.
When was the world's first electronic stock exchange Nasdaq started? When was the world's first electronic stock exchange Nasdaq started? Reviewed by Vishal Jaiswal on March 10, 2018 Rating: 5

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