A daily round-up of key news items from the world's exchanges.
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is ready to launch non - agri futures products such as bullion, base metals, crude and natural gas among others; according to Business Standard.
Hong Kong Exchange (HKEx): LME will cut fees on certain trades to levels last seen in 2010, as LME acknowledge high trading fees contributed to lower volumes.

ICE priced $1.0b in new senior notes, comprising $500m of 2.35% Senior Notes due 2022 and $500m of 3.10% Senior Notes due 2027.

CBOE priced an underwritten public offering of $300 million of its 1.95% Senior Notes due 2019. The offering is expected to close on 29-Jun.

SHSZ-HK connect volume was $4.5 billion including NB and SB trading during its first month, higher than SHGH-HK connect; reported by FOW.

TMX Group sold its investor relations subsidiary The Equicom Group to National Public Relations Inc.

A daily summary of news from around the trading world
USE is open to opportunities, and BSE is already a strategic partner in USE, with a stake of nearly 45%.