Chinese-backed Singapore bourse is said to get MAS nod

August 24, 2017 01:56 PM
Exchange Shorts
SGX received in-principle approval from MAS to start a third derivatives exchange; according to The Business Times.
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HKEX and Sichuan Provincial Government signed a MoU to strengthen mutual communication and cooperation, aiming to support and promote future development in both capital and commodities markets.
NDAQ launched its Instant Issue Advantage wireless tablet solution.
BOX Options Exchange launched its new trading floor today.
Tel Aviv SE (TASE) CEO plans to take it public after he finishes turning TASE into a for-profit company, according to Bloomberg.

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Invesco is close to reaching an agreement to buy Guggenheim’s ETF business for more than $1 billion, according to WSJ.
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