Open outcry trading floor will undergo redesign and be open for public visitation
London Stock Exchange Group announced a new, simplified fee structure for trading on its UK order books. The new structure, to be introduced from 1 September, will deliver benefits to a broad cross section of the Exchange’s diverse customer base.
NZX has completed the sale of the assets of the TZ1 Registry business to global financial services company Markit.
The new rules and regulations for listing at SIX Swiss Exchange enter into force on 1 July 2009. At the same time, SIX Exchange Regulation is going live with its own website containing a large number of new functional features for its primary stakeholder groups: issuers, participants and investors.
Neonet, the global provider of agency brokerage services and trading technology, announces that its European Consolidated Market Data powers NASDAQ OMX's analysis tool Market Replay Europe.
Clearstream, the International Central Securities Depository part of Deutsche Börse Group, has opened an account with the Korean Securities Depository (KSD) to provide settlement and custody services for foreign investors intending to hold Korean government debt instruments including Korean Treasury bonds (KTB) and Monetary Stabilization Bonds (MSB).
London Stock Exchange Group announces that Baikal, its pan-European MTF dark pool and liquidity aggregation service, has received regulatory approval from the Financial Services Authority.
Marketcetera announced the availability of its open source trading platform over NYSE Technologies’ Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure® (SFTI®) network.
The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) successfully launched a new order driven Sukuk and Bonds market on Saturday the 13th of June, 2009.
Shenzhen Stock Exchange signed the Understanding Memorandum on Cooperative Affairs with Standard & Poor's on June 24, including the index development, products listing and so on.