Easdaq, the pan-European stock exchange billed as the equivalent to Nasdaq in the US, has just celebrated its first anniversary and boasts of having achieved a market capitalization of $5,000m and share revenue of more than $1,000m. But the market has disappointed many observers. It hoped to have 50 companies quoted after a year but the number is only 23.
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