United Airlines to Move from NYSE to Nasdaq

By Paul Riegler on 24 August 2018
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DSC_0116 (1)United Airlines parent United Continental Holdings announced Friday after the closing bell that it will move its stock exchange listing from the New York Stock Exchange to the Nasdaq Global Select Market.

The Chicago-based airline’s common stock will begin trading there on September 7.

“We look forward to our future partnership with Nasdaq,” said newly-appointed United CFO Gerry Laderman. “Their highly respected trading platform and marketing initiatives offer the most cost-effective listing alternative and support our work to deliver on our cost targets.”

Founded in 1931, United Airlines is the world’s third largest commercial carrier after American Airlines and Delta Air Lines. From its eight hubs including one in Guam, it serves over 200 destinations in more than 70 countries across the globe

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