Japan Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation
- Japan Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation
Definition of 'Japan Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation'
The Japan Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation (JASDAQ) is a stock exchange in Japan. It is the second-largest stock exchange in Japan, after the Tokyo Stock Exchange. JASDAQ was founded in 1961 as the Over-the-Counter Securities Exchange (OSE). In 1986, the OSE was renamed the Japan Securities Dealers Automated Quotation (JSDA). In 1999, the JSDA was merged with the Tokyo Stock Exchange to form the Japan Exchange Group (JPX). JASDAQ is a market for small and medium-sized companies. It is also a market for companies that are not listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. JASDAQ is a regulated market. This means that companies that are listed on JASDAQ must meet certain requirements. These requirements include having a certain amount of capital and having audited financial statements. JASDAQ is a transparent market. This means that all information about companies that are listed on JASDAQ is publicly available. JASDAQ is a liquid market. This means that there is a lot of trading activity on JASDAQ. This makes it easy for investors to buy and sell shares of companies that are listed on JASDAQ. JASDAQ is a global market. This means that companies from all over the world can be listed on JASDAQ. This makes JASDAQ a good place for companies to raise capital.
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