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  • Latest Charles Li Direct: HKEx Chief Executive Charles Li Letter To Santa

    Date 22/12/2014

    In his latest blog, HKEx Chief Executive has written a letter to Santa:

  • TheCityUK: UK Financial & Professional Services Industry 80% More Productive Than Other Sectors

    Date 22/12/2014

    Figures released today by TheCityUK reveal that the financial and related professional services industry is on average 80% more productive than other sectors in the UK.  The average worker in financial and related professional services contributes £85,000 to the UK economy per year – nearly double that of the £47,000 contributed by the average worker in other sectors.

  • Cairo Amman Bank Weekly Economic Monitor

    Date 22/12/2014

    Click here to download Cairo Amman Bank's Weekly Economic Monitor.

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange: New ETFs And ETNs Included In Real-Time Dissemination Of “TSE Indicative NAV”

    Date 22/12/2014

    Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. (TSE) will newly calculate and publish the real-time Indicative Net Asset Value (Indicative NAV) per share for the below Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Exchange Traded Notes(ETNs) through the FLEX standard service on January 19, 2015.

  • Singapore Fixed Income Indices (SFI) Weekly – 22 December 2014

    Date 22/12/2014

    SFI Weekly
    Key highlights for the week ending 19 December 2014

    • The SFI lost 0.65% to 119.25.
    • YTD, the SFI currently outperforms the STI by 0.11%. The last time SFI ended the week with better YTD performance was in Oct 2014.
    • SFI and its major sub-indices ended the week lower. Losses came mainly from government bonds (SFI Government Bond Index), which YTD saw its second largest weekly decline of 2014 (-0.92%). Corporate bonds (SFI Corporate Bond Index) fared better and lost 0.21%.
    • Interest yield (IY) for the SFI Corporate Bond Index has reached its all-year high (3.27%); this is 10 bps higher than STI’s current dividend yield (3.17%).
    • Among the SFI and its major sub-indices, Industrial bonds (SFI Industrial Bond Index) currently boast the highest IY and Yield to Maturity (YTM) of 4.18% and 3.67% respectively; it is also the only index which saw year-on-year gains in YTM (+2.83%).

  • Production At Lowest Level On Record - MNI Russia Business Sentiment Indicator Rises To 47.3 In December From 46.8 In November

    Date 22/12/2014

    Sentiment at Russian companies improved moderately but remained weak, as firms cut production and reported a worsening in labour market conditions.

  • Thai Bourse Appoints New Executive Vice President For Markets Division

    Date 22/12/2014

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) has appointed Santi Kiranand as Executive Vice President and Head of Markets, overseeing overall marketing, product and business developments, customer and channel, as well as technology products, effective from January 1, 2015.

  • New Zealand's Financial Markets Authority Welcomed Onto Global Forum For Independent Auditor Oversight

    Date 22/12/2014

    The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has been accepted on to the International Forum of Independent Audit Regulators (IFIAR), in recognition of the robust oversight system the FMA has established in New Zealand.

  • Amman Stock Exchange: Christmas Holiday

    Date 22/12/2014

    According to the Prime Minister announcement on the occasion of Christmas Holiday, the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) will have a holiday on Thursday 25 December 2014 .The ASE will be back to work on Sunday 28 December 2014.

  • Shanghai Stock Exchange Cancels 3 Registration Items

    Date 22/12/2014

    The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) announced yesterday that 3 registration items would be cancelled, including securities companies’ subordinated bonds transfer, asset management plan’s share transfer, and participant business unit (PBU) lease. There will be no approval procedures and size limitations for applications that fall into the above-mentioned 3 items, with an aim to streamline beforehand approval items. This matches the SSE’s long-promoted idea of regulatory transformation, administration streamlining and shifting the regulation to the backstage.