Exchange operator Nasdaq Inc. plans to separate its private equity marketplace into a separate segment in partnership with a group of American banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley. As part of the deal, the Nasdaq Private Market platform will be spun off into an independent company that will receive funds from bank investments. In addition to Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Inc. will be its investors. and SVB Financial Group, which owns Silicon Valley Bank. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The agreement could allow the operator to increase the number of transactions on the Nasdaq Private Market, which trades in shares of companies that have not yet held an IPO. The volume of trading in these securities has been growing in recent years. It should be borne in mind that startups take longer to enter the public market. Most individual investors cannot purchase shares on the Nasdaq Private Market and other non-IPO stock exchanges. In accordance with current regulations, such transactions are usually available only to accredited investors who meet certain criteria. Including their fortune should exceed $ 1 million, and annual income – $ 200 thousand. Nasdaq expects that the agreement with banks will allow it to make the Nasdaq Private Market the leading platform for trading shares of companies that have not been listed. Nasdaq Private Market was created in 2013 as a joint venture between Nasdaq and SharesPost, an online platform for trading similar stocks. In 2015, Nasdaq acquired SecondMarket Solutions Inc., a competitor in this area, and integrated it into the business. Meanwhile, the average percentage of change in the shares of 105 US companies at PJSC SPB Exchange on Tuesday, July 20, increased significantly – by 1.806% (on Monday – a fall of 1.406%). The total percentage of change in all 105 – an increase of 189.646% (the maximum growth in the last 20 sessions – since June 21, when the growth was 192.066%), on Monday – a drop of 147.590%, over the previous 5 sessions the shares fell by 495.647%. The threshold of 3% was crossed by 20 companies – 19.048% (on Monday – 31, or 29.524%). Cryptocurrency – CoinBase Global Inc. (class “A”): • opening price – $ 220.74; • maximum price – $ 226.80 – growth relative to the opening price by 2.745%; • minimum price – $ 213.31, a decline relative to the opening price by 3.366%; • closing price – $ 224.83, growth relative to the opening price by 1.853%; • growth relative to the closing price on Monday by 1.853%. Neftegazodobycha – 1 of 9 companies (on Monday – 7) (the average percentage of change – an increase of 1.360%, on Monday – a fall of 3.381%; the total percentage of change – an increase of 12.236%, on Monday – a fall of 30.425%, for the previous 5 sessions, the group’s shares fell 123.184%, the closing price is quoted): • Baker Hughes Comp. – $ 20.56 – an increase of 3.838%, over the previous 5 sessions the company’s shares fell by 15.669%, in 2021 the company’s shares went into the “green zone” – an increase of 2.607%. Banks, Finance, Ratings – 4 out of 17 companies (Monday – 6) (the average percentage – an increase of 2.313%, on Monday – a fall of 2.501%; the total percentage – an increase of 39.314% (the maximum growth in the last 97 sessions – since March 1, when the growth was 54, 840%), on Monday – a fall by 42.510%, over the previous 3 sessions the group’s shares fell by 62.028%): • American International Group Inc. – $ 47.23 – an increase of 4.909%, over the previous 3 sessions the company’s shares fell – by 9.530%; • American Express Comp. – $ 169.02 – an increase of 3.262%, for the previous 5 sessions the company’s shares fell by 5.684%; • Morgan Stanley – $ 92.50 – an increase of 3.237% (the maximum growth in the last 60 sessions – since April 23), in the previous 2 sessions the company’s shares fell by 2.956%; • WellsFargo & Comp. – $ 44.88 – an increase of 4.082% (the maximum growth in the last 67 sessions – since April 14), in the previous 3 sessions the company’s shares fell by 4.027%. “Manufacturing, development” – 8 out of 16 companies (Monday – also 8) (the average percentage – an increase of 3.141%, on Monday – a fall of 1.776%; the total percentage – an increase of 47.109% (the maximum growth over the last 100 sessions – from February 24, when the growth was 116.872%), on Monday – a fall of 26.644%, over the previous 6 sessions the group’s shares fell 142.040%): • Alcoa Corp. – $ 35.00 – an increase of 10.202% (the maximum growth in the last 79 sessions – since March 26), over the previous 6 sessions the company’s shares fell by 16.296%; • The Boeing Comp. – $ 217.31 – an increase of 4.819% (the maximum growth in the last 89 sessions – since March 12), over the previous 6 sessions the company’s shares fell by 14.099%; • Ford Motor Comp. – $ 14.00 – an increase of 4.790% (the maximum growth in the last 32 sessions – from June 3), over the previous 5 sessions, the company’s shares fell by 8.586%; • General Electric Comp. – $ 12.69 – an increase of 5.137% (the maximum growth in the last 36 sessions – since May 27), over the previous 6 sessions the company’s shares fell by 8.231%; • General Motors Comp. – $ 56.21 – an increase of 3.062% (the maximum growth in the last 32 sessions – from June 3), over the previous 5 sessions, the company’s shares fell by 7.687%; • Harley Davidson Inc. – $ 44.15 – an increase of 4.869% (the maximum growth in the last 44 sessions – since May 17), over the previous 5 sessions the company’s shares fell by 8.866%; • Raytheon Technologies Corp. – $ 84.85 – an increase of 4.341% (the maximum growth in the last 100 sessions – from February 24), over the previous 6 sessions, the company’s shares fell by 5.974%; • Steel Dynamics Inc. – $ 59.35 – an increase of 4.859% (the maximum growth in the last 46 sessions – since May 13), in the previous 2 sessions the company’s shares fell by 8.872%. “Air transportation” – 2 of 2 companies (on Monday – 2) (the average percentage – an increase of 6.141%, on Monday – a fall of 3.547%; the total percentage – an increase of 12.283% (the maximum growth in the last 102 sessions – from February 22, when the growth was 14.372%), on Monday – a fall of 7.095%, over the previous 2 sessions the group’s shares fell by 12.795%): • American Airlines Group Inc. – $ 20.48 – an increase of 7.281% (the maximum growth in the last 102 sessions – since February 22), in the previous 3 sessions the company’s shares fell by 7.685%; • Delta Air Lines Inc. – $ 40.73 – an increase of 5.001% (the maximum growth in the last 45 sessions – since May 14), in the previous 2 sessions, the company’s shares fell by 6.030%, for the 2021st the company’s shares went into the “green zone” – an increase of 4.470% … “Entertainment, restaurants” – 3 out of 10 companies (on Monday – 4) (the average percentage – an increase of 2.889%, on Monday – a fall of 2.030%; the total percentage – an increase of 28.789% (the maximum growth in the last 161 sessions – from 24 November 2020, when the growth was 32.643%), on Monday – a fall of 20.299%, over the previous 5 sessions the group’s shares fell 57.862%): • Carnival Corp. – $ 21.38 – an increase of 6.847% (the maximum growth in the last 45 sessions – since May 14), over the previous 6 sessions, the company’s shares fell by 19.059%, in 2021 the company’s shares went into the “green zone” – an increase of 5.928% ; • Marriott International Inc. (class “A”) – $ 139.15 – an increase of 5.337% (the maximum growth in the last 161 session – from November 24, 2020), in the previous 2 sessions the company’s shares fell by 4.753%; • Papa John’s International Inc. – $ 114.47 – an increase of 5.697% (the maximum growth for the last 51 sessions – from May 6), for 2 sessions in a row – by 6.912%. “Bulk goods” – 2 out of 12 companies (Monday – 1) (the average percentage – an increase of 1.164%, on Monday – a fall of 0.694%; the total percentage – an increase of 13.967%, on Monday – a fall of 8.333%, for the previous 5 sessions, the group’s shares fell 22.512%): • Beyond Meat Inc. – $ 130.49 – an increase of 3.728%, for 2 sessions in a row – by 4.215%; • Columbia Sportswear Comp. – $ 100.14 – an increase of 3.248% (the maximum growth in the last 94 sessions – since March 5), over the previous 5 sessions, the company’s shares fell by 5.182%. Source: GuruTrade