Investments glossary

Opening Cross

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Opening cross refers to a method the Nasdaq uses to determine the opening price for an individual stock. This method accumulates data on the buy and sell interest among market participants for a particular security two minutes before the market open. The Nasdaq makes this information available to all investors.

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