The international derivatives exchange Eurex announced that it will launch a new equity index future based on the MSCI Japan on 26 October 2009.
Investors increasingly demand reverse convertibles/ Scoach and EDG expand certificate indices offering accordingly.
Scoach, the Frankfurt exchange for structured products, offers investors the Scoach reverse convertibles index. This new barometer enables
investors to immediately track average, market-weighted performance of reverse convertibles in different market phases.
Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) announced improvements to its clearing and settlement system for securities traded on SGX, to reduce the incidences of non-delivery of securities and imposition of the attendant penalties. These improvements will take effect on 6 November 2009.
NYSE Technologies, the commercial technology unit of NYSE Euronext, announced that it has successfully implemented its SuperFeed™ data ticker plant and OneTick™, a best-of-breed tick capture and time series analysis solution offered through NYSE Technologies, as the new market data content source for www.nyse.com.
NASDAQ OMX Nordic, part of The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:NDAQ), together with EMCF (European Multilateral Clearing Facility), today launched a full central counterparty clearing (CCP) service on the NASDAQ OMX exchanges in Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm.
Korea Exchange was finally selected as a priority negotiator in the international bidding for the construction of the Vietnamese stock market next-generation system announced on March 7, 2008 by the Vietnam Ho Chi Minh stock exchange(HOSE). Since KRX started global marketing in 2005 for the stock market IT solution export, this is one of the most successful results covering overseas projects.
After a presentation made by Mercado de Valores de Buenos Aires S.A. (Merval) at the Special General Meeting of the Global Association of Central Counterparties (CCP12) recently held in Hong Kong, Merval has been admitted as member of CCP12.
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), operator of electricity and natural gas futures and options markets in Australia and New Zealand, has received regulatory clearance for futures and options contracts on Renewable Energy Certificates (REC). These contracts will be listed on Tuesday, 24 November 2009.
Investors in Taiwan can now buy and sell the H-shares index (HHI) products traded in Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited's (HKEx) derivatives market, which comprise HHI futures, HHI options and Mini HHI futures, following the Taiwan financial regulator's decision to add the products to its list of overseas futures and options contracts with trading authorisation.
Following the approval of the alterations of the Athens Exchange Regulation from the Capital market Commission, the Board of Directors of the Athens Exchange announces the changes of its Regulation, as they were adopted during the assemblies (meetings) of the 29/1/2009, 12/2/2009 and 3/3/2009.