What is Nasdaq BX TotalView?

What is Nasdaq BX TotalView?

BX TotalView shows you every single quote and order at every price level in Nasdaq-, NYSE-, NYSE Alternext- and regional-listed securities for the new market center.

What is Nasdaq OMX PSX?

PSX, NASDAQ OMX’s third US equity trading platform, trades Reg NMS securities listed on NASDAQ, NYSE, NYSE Arca, NYSE Amex and other regional exchanges. At its launch in 2010, the exchange was the first US equity trading platform to operate a price-size priority model.

How do you become a member of the Nasdaq?

To be eligible for membership, participants must meet the following requirements:

  1. Applicants must be a registered U.S. broker-dealer.
  2. Applicants for NQX and BX must have a Designated Examining Authority (“DEA”), while broker- dealers that are exempt from FINRA membership may use PHLX to satisfy DEA requirements.

What are the rules for BX options on NASDAQ?

– PHLX Rule 1037, ISE, GEMX, MRX Rules 707, and NOM and BX Options Rules Chapter VI Section 14 allow Clearing Members to request the Exchange restrict allowable usage of one or more of their OCC clearing numbers.

What does BX stand for in options market?

BX is providing information regarding strike listings on its market. This information is intended to provide insight into strike proliferation on the options markets. View the data and learn more here . Subscribe to receive Nasdaq Alerts here.

When does BX options market maker SQF get removed?

Rapid Fire: Removes BX Options Market Maker SQF quotes from the marketplace when certain pre-set percentage or volume thresholds are met. Multi-Trigger Rapid Fire: Removes BX Options Market Maker SQF quotes in an option series in all underlying issues when a specified number of Rapid Fire events occur over a chosen interval.

What does AIQ stand for in BX options?

Anti-Internalization or AIQ: Prevents BX Options Market Makers from trading against their own quote and order interest. Resting interest will be cancelled when an incoming quote or order entered on the opposite side of the market from the same market making firm.