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Singapore Exchange Ltd is a Singapore-based market infrastructure. The Company operates equity, fixed income and derivatives markets. It operates through three business units: Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities; Equities (Cash and Derivatives); and Data, Connectivity and Indices. It provides listing, trading, clearing, settlement, depository and data services. The Equities and Fixed Income unit comprises issuer services, securities trading and clearing, and post trade services. It provides derivatives trading and clearing services, membership and collateral management. It also offers market data and connectivity service. Fixed income includes retail fixed income securities and wholesale fixed income securities. Its market data services include real-time data feeds, post trade data feeds, news and corporate actions and data services for listed companies.
2 Shenton Way, #02-02 Sgx Centre I
Chong Seng Kwa
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Boon Chye Loh
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Non-Independent Director
Yao loong Ng
Chief Financial Officer
Boon Gin Tan
Chief Executive Officer - Singapore Exchange Regulation
Chief Technology Officer
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Trading in stocks and derivatives was frozen for three hours in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris on Monday due to a technical glitch at exchange operator Euronext <ENX.PA>.
Trading in stocks and derivatives was frozen for three hours in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris on Monday due to a technical glitch at exchange operator Euronext.
Trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange <.TOPX> was brought to a standstill by a hardware failure on Thursday, in the worst-ever outage for the world's third-largest equity market.
India's National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) have finalised a derivatives tie-up and ended arbitration proceedings relating to a 2018 dispute on SGX's launch of an index derivative, the bourses said on Tuesday.
* Launch comes as foreigners pour in to CGBs (Adds COSP estimate in fourth to last paragraph)
The largest exchange-traded fund to invest purely in Chinese government bonds lists in Singapore next week, the bourse and the fund manager said on Thursday, capitalising on surging interest in the world's second-biggest bond market.
Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) <SGXL.SI> has expanded its partnership with global index provider FTSE Russell, under which both parties will jointly develop and market Asian and emerging markets focused, multi-asset index derivatives products.
The Hong Kong stock exchange proposed increasing its disciplinary powers in a consultation document published on Friday, the first significant change to those powers in 27 years.
Singapore Exchange's <SGXL.SI> regulatory unit is seeking more powers to publicly reprimand companies breaching listing rules, while also making it mandatory for firms to have a whistleblowing policy.
Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) <SGXL.SI> reported a rise of nearly 17% in net profit for the quarter ending in June, but cautioned that a recent surge in market activity amid the coronavirus pandemic could start easing.
Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) reported a nearly 17% increase in its net profit for the quarter ending in June as the bourse benefited from an increase in trading volume.
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Taiwan dollar set for best day since April 30 * Singapore stocks hit by dividend worries By Shashwat Awasthi and Pranav A K July 22 (Reuters) - Emerging...
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Most Asian stocks up, but pull back slightly from early gains * Strong USD keeps Asian FX under pressure * Political tensions, rising COVID-19 cases...
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Monday:
Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) <SGXL.SI> said on Monday it would pay about $128 million to buy the 80% stake it does not own in trading platform, BidFX, as it seeks build its presence in foreign exchange futures and the over-the-counter market.
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Indonesian rupiah declines most * Philippine stocks reverse course to end higher By Shriya Ramakrishnan June 26 (Reuters) - Asian stock markets steadied...
Singapore Exchange <SGXL.SI> faces a threat to its growth strategy after index provider MSCI decided to shift licensing of many derivatives to Hong Kong, jeopardising the status of what was just a month ago one of the best sector performers globally.
* Philippines recovers early losses on stimulus boost * Singapore Exchange shares fall most since 2008 By Arundhati Dutta May 27 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets ended higher on Wednesday, led by Malaysia, on hopes of government stimulus measures to boost coronavirus-hit...
Hong Kong's exchange is launching derivatives with index provider MSCI in a deal that hurts rival Singapore and boosts its global appeal amid U.S. warnings that Chinese pressure on the city’s autonomy threatens its future as a financial hub.
Shares in bourse operator Singapore Exchange Ltd <SGXL.SI> suffered their steepest daily fall in more than a decade after the company said its profit would be hit when a licence to offer a suite of regional equity derivatives ends in February 2021.
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