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NASDAQ OMX Announces January 2009 Market Performance Statistics for U.S. and Nordic Exchanges

Matched Trading On All NASDAQ OMX Exchanges in January
Increased Nearly Eleven Percent Over the Previous Month

The NASDAQ Stock Market’s Matched Share of U.S. Equity Volume
Exceeds All Other U.S. Exchanges for the Twenty-Second Consecutive Month

NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.(sm) (Nasdaq:NDAQ) today announced consolidated market performance statistics for its U.S. and Nordic exchanges for the month of January 2009.

Business Highlights

The average daily number of matched trades executed on all
NASDAQ OMX exchanges during January 2009 increased 10.7% over
December 2008.
The average daily value traded on NASDAQ OMX exchanges
increased 9.3% over the previous month.
The NASDAQ Stock Market’s (NASDAQ(r)) matched share of U.S.
equity volume in January 2009 was 27.1%, more than any other
U.S. exchange for the twenty-second consecutive month.
The average daily matched volume in all U.S. securities last
month increased 9% over December 2008.
The average daily matched trade count in U.S. equities was
12.1 million, an increase of 11% over December 2008.
NASDAQ’s average daily matched trade count in NYSE-listed
securities last month was 6.3 million, a 13% increase over
January 2008.
The average daily matched volume in NYSE-listed stocks
increased 11% over December 2008 and 5% over the same period
one year ago.
NASDAQ’s total matched volume in NYSE-listed securities
during January 2009 was 21.9 billion shares, compared with
21.6 billion shares in December 2008.
Matched market share in NYSE-listed securities last month
increased 0.5% over December 2008.
The average daily matched trade count in NASDAQ-listed
securities last month was 3.5 million, a 10% gain over
December 2008.
The average daily value of matched trading in NASDAQ-listed
securities was $16 billion during January 2009, an 8%
increase over the previous month.
NASDAQ’s average daily matched share volume in NASDAQ-listed
securities during January was 818 million shares, a 7%
increase over December 2008.
NASDAQ’s average daily trade count in U.S. ETFs last month was
2.2 million, an 83% increase over January 2008 and a 5% gain
over the previous month.
Average daily matched share volume of U.S. ETFs in January
was more than any other U.S. exchange, increasing 22% over
the same period one year ago.
Equities Trading

The average daily number of matched trades executed on NASDAQ OMX exchanges totaled 12.3 million in January 2009, a 10.7% increase over the previous month. The average daily value traded on NASDAQ OMX exchanges totaled US$70.4 billion (EUR 52.7 billion) in January 2009, a 9.3% increase from December 2008.

NASDAQ’s matched share of U.S. equity volume during January 2009 was more than any other U.S. exchange for the twenty-second consecutive month at 27.1%. NASDAQ’s average daily matched volume in all U.S. securities was 2.6 billion shares in January 2009, a 9% increase over December 2008. NASDAQ’s total matched volume in U.S. equities in January was 51.1 billion shares. The NASDAQ Stock Market’s average daily matched trade count in U.S. equities in January 2009 was 12.1 million, an increase of 11% over the previous month.

NASDAQ’s average daily matched trade count in NYSE-listed securities last month was 6.3 million, a 13% increase over December 2008. NASDAQ’s average daily matched volume in NYSE-listed stocks was 1.1 billion shares in January, an 11% increase over the previous month and a 5% gain compared with the same period last year. NASDAQ’s total matched volume in NYSE-listed securities in January 2009 was 21.9 billion shares compared with 21.6 billion the previous month. NASDAQ’s matched market share in NYSE-listed securities last month was 20.5%, a 0.5% increase over December 2008.

The average daily matched trade count in NASDAQ-listed securities last month was 3.5 million, a 10% gain over December 2008. The average daily value of matched trading in NASDAQ-listed securities was $16 billion during January 2009, an 8% increase over the previous month. The average daily matched share volume in NASDAQ-listed securities in January was 818 million shares, a 7% increase over the previous month.

During January, 18.1% of NASDAQ’s matched volume resulted from non-displayed orders, adding 9.3 billion shares of dark liquidity to the NASDAQ book.

On all the Nordic and Baltic Markets, the average daily number of trades was 207.5 thousand during January 2009. The average daily value traded was $2.9 billion (EUR 2.1 billion).

Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Trading

NASDAQ’s average daily trade count in U.S. ETFs last month was 2.2 million, an 83% increase over January 2008 and a 5% gain over the previous month. NASDAQ’s average daily matched share volume of U.S. ETFs in January 2009 was 655 million shares, more than any other U.S. exchange, a gain of 22% over the same period last year.

Derivatives Trading

The average daily matched volume of NASDAQ OMX exchanges in U.S. equity options totaled 2.2 million contracts in January 2009. NASDAQ OMX exchanges’ matched market share of U.S. equities options was 18.5% last month, compared with 16.1% in January 2008.

The average daily volume in all equity and fixed-income derivative products traded on the Nordic Exchanges totaled 365.9 thousand contracts in January 2009. The average daily trading volume in share products, index products and fixed income products changed -26%, -21%, and -39%, respectively, compared with January 2008.

An additional 121.6 thousand Nordic equity derivative contracts traded on the EDX derivatives exchange on an average daily basis during January 2009.

Bond Trading

The average daily value traded in fixed income securities on NASDAQ OMX exchanges in the Nordic region during January 2009 totaled $74 million (EUR 56 million).

The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. Monthly Volume and Market Share Report is available at http://media.primezone.com/cache/6948/file/6574.pdf

To download NASDAQ OMX market share statistics, visit
http://www.nasdaqtrader.com/content/marketstatistics/marketshare/useq.xls.

For information about these and other NASDAQ performance statistics, visit
www.nasdaqtrader.com/marketshare.

For more detailed statistics on NASDAQ OMX exchanges in the Nordic region, including national figures, visit
http://www.omxnordicexchange.com/newsandstatistics/statisticsanalysis/.

About the NASDAQ OMX Group

The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. is the world’s largest exchange company. It delivers trading, exchange technology and public company services across six continents, with over 3,800 listed companies. NASDAQ OMX Group offers multiple capital raising solutions to companies around the globe, including its U.S. listings market, NASDAQ OMX Nordic, NASDAQ OMX Baltic, NASDAQ OMX First North, and the U.S. 144A sector. The company offers trading across multiple asset classes including equities, derivatives, debt, commodities, structured products and ETFs. NASDAQ OMX Group technology supports the operations of over 70 exchanges, clearing organizations and central securities depositories in more than 50 countries. NASDAQ OMX Nordic and NASDAQ OMX Baltic are not legal entities but describe the common offering from NASDAQ OMX Group exchanges in Helsinki, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Iceland, Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius. For more information about NASDAQ OMX, visit http://www.nasdaqomx.com.

Matched Market Share

Data represent share volume of NASDAQ-listed, NYSE-listed or U.S. equity securities (including ETFs) that are executed on the NASDAQ book as a percentage of consolidated market volume. Data are single counted.

Reported Market Share

Data represent share volume reported to the consolidated tape using NASDAQ-operated systems, which includes total share volume of NASDAQ-listed, NYSE-listed, or U.S. equity securities, including ETFs, executed on the NASDAQ book plus internalized volume and other trade reporting to The FINRA/NASDAQ Trade Reporting Facility(tm), a facility of FINRA that is operated by NASDAQ, as a percentage of consolidated market volume. Shares routed to other market centers for execution are not included. Data are single counted. Trades reported to the FINRA/NASDAQ TRF do not reflect liquidity available on the NASDAQ book.

Handled Market Share

Data represent share volume reported to the consolidated tape using NASDAQ-operated systems, which includes total share volume of NASDAQ-listed, NYSE-listed, or U.S. equity securities including ETFs that are executed on the NASDAQ book plus internalized volume and other trade reporting to The FINRA/NASDAQ TRF as a percentage of total consolidated NASDAQ market volume plus shares routed to other market centers for execution. Data are single counted. Trades reported to the FINRA/NASDAQ TRF and shares routed to other market centers for execution do not reflect liquidity available on the NASDAQ book.

+Foreign Exchange rates represent an average of end-of-day rates for the months presented by Oanda.com.

“FINRA(tm), Trade Reporting Facility(tm) and TRF(tm) are trademarks of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.”

NDAQG

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