I see the following code in the exchange column of the lookup page.


Example tickers are in the parentheses.

  • ASE (ZOM) *
  • BTS (CBOE) *
  • NCM (ZYXI)
  • NGM (ZYNE)
  • NMS (ZY)
  • NYQ (ZZZ) *

The ones without * don't seem to be found in the following exchange code lists.


Could anybody let me know what these exchange codes mean? Thanks.

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    $\begingroup$ Does this answer your question? Converting between Bloomberg exchange codes and MICs $\endgroup$ Jun 22 '21 at 1:35
  • $\begingroup$ Not really. So NCM, NGM, NMS should have X prepended? Why the X is missing? $\endgroup$ Jun 22 '21 at 1:40
  • $\begingroup$ Let's look at Yahoo Finance . ZYXI is the ticker symbol of Zynex, Inc in exchange "NCM". According to Refinitiv NMS is National Market System, NGS is Nasdaq global select, NGM is Nasdaq global market, NCM is Nasdaq capital market , NYQ is Consolidated Issue listed by NYSE, PNK is US 'Other OTC' (Pink Sheets) etc. This really isn't a quant question. $\endgroup$ Jun 22 '21 at 2:06

Download https://www.iso20022.org/sites/default/files/ISO10383_MIC/ISO10383_MIC.pdf from https://www.iso20022.org/market-identifier-codes . These are ISO 10383 Market Identifier Codes (MIC). (Zoom to 500% so you can read what it says.) or look at http://www.iotafinance.com/en/ISO-10383-Market-Identification-Codes-MIC.html Look for XNCM, XASE, XNGM, etc. Note that you need to prepend X in front of Yahoo Finance's 3-letter code in order to get a MIC.


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