Bombay Stock Exchange Limited has decided to take a fifteen percent stake in the United Stock Exchange, India’s newest exchange for trading in financial derivatives.
BM&FBOVESPA and NASDAQ OMX Group will initiate discussions with the purpose of establishing a possible strategic, commercial and technological partnership.
Deutsche Bank and Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) announced the launch today of Asia’s first money market ETF on SGX
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) acknowledges the announcement by the Australian Government today that the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) will assume responsibility for the supervision of real-time trading on Australia’s domestic licensed markets.
The JSE Ltd today announced that it had extended its existing licensing agreement with CME Group, the world’s largest and most diverse derivatives marketplace, to give South Africans the ability to trade rand-denominated platinum, gold and crude oil futures contracts. In January this year, the JSE signed an agreement with CME Group to use its benchmark corn futures settlement prices for a local corn future.
In a further boost for interoperability, SIX x-clear Ltd, the Central Counterparty (CCP) and licensed Swiss bank, and QUOTE MTF Ltd., the pan-European multi-lateral trading facility (MTF), today announced an agreement to offer competitive clearing services for all trades conducted on the QUOTE MTF platform.
NYSE Euronext (NYX) announced the launch of two new dividend indices, the CAC 40 Dividend Index and the AEX Dividend Index. The CAC 40 Dividend Index and the AEX Dividend Index measure the cumulative value of ordinary gross dividends declared and paid by the constituents of the CAC 40 and the AEX indices respectively.
In the first half of 2009, the structure of WSE investors returned to its former state which had become a specific quality of the Warsaw bourse – Polish individual, institutional and foreign investors each account for ca. one third of the equities trading value. – Mr Ludwik Sobolewski, WSE President, noted on a press conference today.
BSE announces the launch of a new BSE IPO index that will track the value of companies for two years after listing subsequent to successful completion of their initial public offering (IPO).
Oslo Børs will introduce new tick sizes for the 25 shares that make up the OBX index with effect from Monday 31 August 2009. As previously announced, this is the result of the initiative taken by the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE) to simplify and harmonise tick sizes in European markets.