Nasdaq to market new options strike listing tech to other exchanges

The exchange operator is experimenting with emerging technologies to determine which options strike prices belong in a crowded market, with hopes to sell the tech to its peers.

Last year, Nasdaq began using predictive AI in its US options markets, and now it is looking to sell that tech to others.

The exchange operator is in talks with clients to determine if the product, which uses predictive AI to estimate whether an options strike is likely to trade or not, could be used by and sold to other exchanges as part of its market technology business.

The initiative, referred to internally as the strike price optimization program, was designed to list options strikes more

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