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  How and when does Nasdaq inform the market if an ETP is no longer compliant with the continued listing standards?
Identification Number 1459
A list of non-compliant securities is available here and is updated on a daily basis. An ETP will be added to the list five calendar days after Nasdaq notifies the issuer of the ETP of the non-compliance by issuing a letter of deficiency is issued.  A Financial Status Indicator signifying that the security is non-compliant with the continued listing standards also will be distributed to data vendors starting five calendar days after the letter of deficiency is issued. The ETP will continue to appear on the list and will retain the Financial Status Indicator until Nasdaq has determined that the ETP has regained compliance with the continued listing standards.

Publication Date*: 12/1/2017 Mailto Link Identification Number: 1459
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