One the anniversary of Nasdaq’s March 10, 2000 5,048 high, and at a time when 700 companies have been delisted from the exchange over the past three years, Nasdaq is looking at other trading opportunities, The New York Post reports.

Nasdaq is set to launch a new exchange for 1,500 small companies called BBX, replacing Nasdaq’s bulletin board, which currently trades 1,000 companies.

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