Regions

HKEX and LSE, A Capitalist’s Conundrum

HKEX and LSE, A Capitalist’s Conundrum

Today’s bid by Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKEX) to buy the London Stock Exchange Group for $36.6 billion is a conundrum in what otherwise would be a continuation of global consolidation among exchanges. But it is muddied by the geopolitical backdrop that could make the London Stock Exchange off limits to certain suitors, especially those under the control of the Chinese government.

Equivalence and Other Brexit Concerns

Equivalence and Other Brexit Concerns

In April, the deadline for Brexit was extended to October 31, 2019. Unfortunately, there is still a lack of clarity on a number of key regulatory fronts. In this video, ION Markets Senior Regulatory Adviser Christian Voigt lays out the...

Breaking Down The Merger of JPX and TOCOM

Breaking Down The Merger of JPX and TOCOM

In March 2019, JPX and TOCOM signed an agreement to merge. In this video from FIA IDX, Osaka Exchange President and CEO Hiromi Yamaji talks about the benefits of an all-in-one Japanese exchange for market participants. Produced by Mike...

Breaking Down Eurex’s Latency Protection

Breaking Down Eurex’s Latency Protection

In this video from FIA IDX, Eurex Executive Board Member Randolf Roth discusses Eurex’s plans for latency protection (a speed bump) in its French and German equity options markets.   Produced by Mike Forrester  John Lothian Newsletter Today's...

Electronic Derivatives Trading in South Africa Gears Up

Electronic Derivatives Trading in South Africa Gears Up

A half decade’s worth of work at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) to update its trading technology is bearing fruit. The exchange now has its equities, equities derivatives and foreign exchange derivatives trading on LSEG Technology’s...

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