Osaka Securities Exchange posted FY2009 results.
NASDAQ OMX reports that it has decided to close its pan-European multilateral trading facility (MTF) operated by NASDAQ OMX Europe (NEURO).
NASDAQ OMX Commodities today successfully introduced Inter Commodity Spread Credit (ICSC).
BME posts net profit to March of €36.1 million, up 8% on the same period in 2009
CME reported that first-quarter total revenues increased 7 percent to $693 million and operating income increased 7 percent to $415 million from the year-ago period.
OSE extends the trading hours of stock index futures and options in evening session until 23:30 starting from July 20, 2010.
NZX and ANZ are launching the ANZ Local Authority Bond (LAB) Index.
MoU envisaging the two parties to cooperate with each other to facilitate the development of channels of communication and to foster a continuing relationship between the two parties for the benefit of both securities markets.
Wiener Börse announced that it converted its trading system for the derivatives market from the USbased NASDAQ-OMX’s OM-Click to the Eurex system. The Eurex trading and clearing platform is an extremely stable and reliable infrastructure used around the world, currently by more than 410 Eurex customers in 25 countries on four continents. In converting to the Eurex system, Wiener Börse expects to see increased liquidity on its derivatives market.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) announced that effective 26 April 2010, Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited (HKSCC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of HKEx, will broaden the asset classes in its eligible securities by admitting over-the-counter (OTC) structured products (including but not limited to equity linked investments (ELIs) and equity linked notes (ELNs)) that have been authorised by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) into CCASS, the Central Clearing and Settlement System, for HKEx’s securities market.