The Birth of Competition: Japan's High-Tech Stock Exchanges

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19 February 2001


Boston, MA, USA February 19, 2001

Japan's New Technology Stock Exchanges

In a new report entitled "The Birth of Competition: Japan痴 High-Tech Stock Exchanges," Celent Communications evaluates Japan痴 new technology-oriented stock exchanges.

The report finds that the greatest impact of these markets will be to usher in an era of competition that will result in improved trading efficiencies in Japan痴 equities markets. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the structure, including Japan痴 new market maker systems, listing requirements, performance and future trends of the following stock markets:

Nasdaq Japan
TSE Mothers
According to Neil Katkov, the author of the report, "Because Japan痴 established technology giants will also control the emerging new technologies, the high-tech exchanges will not be significant drivers of capital growth. Yet the intense competition between them will raise the bar for execution and price formation efficiencies in Japan痴 equities markets. While Nasdaq Japan is leading the way in terms of innovation, in the end Nasdaq Japan will be no match for the clout of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and its new market section, Mothers."

A Table of Contents is available online.

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