Nasdaq Adds Data to MFQS, Renames it Nasdaq Fund Network

Nasdaq has significantly expanded the content available via the 34 year-old MFQS feed, saying it will bring increased transparency to all the fund asset classes covered.


Originally launched in 1984 to provide data on listed mutual funds and money market funds, MFQS now includes unit investment trusts, annuities, separately managed and unified managed accounts, collective investment trusts, alternative investments and structured products listed on Nasdaq.

“We see increasing demand for transparency around the world, especially in Asia. As the middle classes in China and other nations grow, the demand for data will continue to grow. As our recent partnership with

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