Nasdaq is extending the test period for the three new Unlisted Trading Privileges (UTP) Plan feeds until Friday, July 19, to ensure that data vendors will have enough time to test the feeds with downstream users. The feeds, which were due to go live on July 15 after a two-week test period, will now be available for redistribution on July 22.
Data vendors and market makers will have until Oct. 4 to migrate to the new feeds. But Adena Friedman, executive vice president of Nasdaq Data Products,
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