Clients residing in Russia will not have access to current or deferred market data from exchanges in the USA and Europe if their account does not have a position traded on these platforms.

NASDAQ exchanges in the USA and the Nordic countries will cease operations in Russia from April 29. This was reported on Sunday by Free News with reference to a letter from Danish Saxo Bank to customers.

Two clients of Saxo Bank confirmed the receipt of the letter to the publication. “Any active exchange subscriptions to NASDAQ data will be automatically canceled, new subscriptions will not be able to be activated from April 29,” the bank’s notification says.

For example, clients residing in Russia will not have access to current or deferred market data from the NASDAQ stock exchange in the USA and Europe if their account does not have a position traded on these platforms. For such positions, the client will receive pending quotes until they are closed.

At the same time, such restrictions should not affect investments through Russian brokers.