Oslo Bors ASA and Toronto Stock Exchange announced that they will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Under the MoU, Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange and Oslo Bors will explore joint marketing initiatives and cooperate in understanding each other's markets and regulatory regime, explore a framework to promote and facilitate dual listings on each other's exchanges, participate in joint events and roadshows, facilitate introductions to regulatory authorities and capital market professionals and participants in each other's jurisdiction, and more.
The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) announced that it has begun disseminating calculations on two new volatility benchmark indexes based on options on futures contracts presently listed on CME Group exchanges. The CBOE/NYMEX WTI Volatility Index (ticker symbol OIV) and the CBOE/COMEX Gold Volatility Index (ticker symbol GVX) are the first in a series of new volatility benchmark indexes to be created as a result of the licensing agreement between CBOE and CME that was first announced in March 2010 (www.cboe.com/AboutCBOE/PressReleases.aspx).
Singapore Exchange (SGX) said that corporate bonds for retail investors will be available, for the first time, on SGX primary and secondary markets.
A new exchange-traded index fund issued by Source has been tradable in Deutsche Börse’s XTF segment since Friday 17 September
NYSE Technologies, the commercial technology division of NYSE Euronext (NYX), announced that it has been selected by the Tokyo Stock Exchange Inc. (TSE) to build and support a new futures trading platform for the exchange. Based on the successful Tdex+ platform already trading options on the TSE since October 2009, this futures trading engine will offer best-in-class latency.
KRX releases two new sector indices, KRX Retail & KRX Leisure on September. 1, 2010.
NYSE Technologies, a leading global provider of end-to-end electronic trading solutions, announced a partnership with Eze Castle Integration to provide the hedge fund industry enhanced access to their global community of trading counterparties. Firms will now have direct connectivity to NYSE Technologies’ MarketplaceTM community of over 630 Broker-Dealers and execution destinations globally from Eze Castle Integration’s Private Network, which serves as the communications gateway for more than 300 buy-side firms.
Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad (BMD), a subsidiary of Bursa Malaysia Berhad, announced that it will migrate the trading of its derivatives products, comprising commodity, financial and equity futures, onto CME Group's electronic trading platform, CME Globex®. The crossover from the current derivatives trading platform to the CME Globex® platform is scheduled for 20 September 2010, subject to a successful pre-implementation test that will be held on 18 September 2010.
Singapore Exchange (SGX) said it will quote American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) of 19 major Asian companies on its new GlobalQuote board from 22 October 2010.
BM&FBOVESPA will implement as of September 27 a new +/- 15% limit on price fluctuations in shares, ETFs and other assets traded on the spot market. Named the intraday limit, the new tool will establish minimums and maximums, based on a reference price for each asset.