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Anonymous trading is the norm in today's financial markets but there are a few exceptions. We study one such case, the OMX Nordic Exchanges (Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, and Reykjavik) that have traditionally been more transparent than most other equity markets. On June 2, 2008 OMX Nordic switched to making post-trade reporting anonymous for some of their markets. We exploit this quasi-natural experiment to investigate the impact this change had on liquidity and trading behavior. We applydoi:10.2139/ssrn.2564015 fatcat:zhfydzstzfeohgmvpfhf2fum2e