Deutsche Borse (DB1): insider trading investigation on CEO, Carsten Kengeter, widened to examine all of top management, according to the Financial Times.
Nasdaq (NDAQ) plans to expand its Boardvantage board portal and leadership collaboration software into Canada through access to two data centers in Ontario.
TMX clarified that there is no CDS ban on the clearing of securities of issuers with marijuana-related activities in the U.S.
CBOE Vest Technologies and the Options Industry Council (OIC), a provider of options education, are working together to educate investors and broaden the appeal of options with a new online tool, The Options Strategy Builders.
ASX replaced its legacy futures trading system, Sycom, to Cinnober technology, according to IT NEWS.
KRX Chairman, Jeong Chan-woo offered to resign following the controversy over his relationship with ousted former President Park Geun-hye, reported by The Korea Times.
Nepal SE received 13 competent resume for the position of General Manager.
London Stock Exchange (LSE) purchased 30k shares at 3,849p per share. Total purchases add 4.56m shares up to date.
Instinet reached a bilateral liquidity streaming agreement with Sun Trading, according to The Trade. Instinet’s clients will gain access to bilateral liquidity from market makers.
EQIX plans to install natural gas-powered fuel cells at 12 of its U.S. data centers. The firm plans to be 100% reliant on renewable fuels.
CNV, the Argentine regulator, will invest in a new market surveillance system, according to El Cronista.