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  • HKEx: Stock Exchange Participants' Market Share Report

    Date 22/08/2014

    Updated:  22/08/2014

  • SGX Announces Delisting Of Five GDRs

    Date 22/08/2014

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) announced today that five Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs) will be delisted on 28 August. The companies have not paid the annual listing fees for these GDRs for an extended period of time despite reminders and are thus in breach of our listing rules. 

  • HKEx: Exchange Publishes Consultation Paper On Review Of Listing Rules On Disclosure Of Financial Information With Reference To New Companies Ordinance And Hong Kong Financial Reporting Standards And Proposed Minor/Housekeeping Rule Amendments

    Date 22/08/2014

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the Exchange), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), today (Friday) published a consultation paper seeking the market’s view on proposed changes to the Listing Rules relating to the disclosure of financial information and consequential to the enactment of the New Companies Ordinance.  The consultation paper also sets out proposed Rule amendments relating to minor policy issues and a number of housekeeping Rule amendments that involve no change in policy direction. 

  • ASEAN Exchanges On Track To Create An ASEAN Asset Class

    Date 22/08/2014

    The ASEAN Exchanges CEOs convened today at the 21st ASEAN Exchanges CEOs meeting to discuss the next collaborative action steps to market and promote ASEAN as one asset class. Since its launch in April 2011, ASEAN Exchanges have delivered on several key milestones such as the ASEAN Trading Link and development of a unique post trade solution which serves to provide greater exposure and access to the diverse range of investable companies across ASEAN.

  • Jordan Capital Market Development Update

    Date 22/08/2014

    • Jordan’s trade deficit increased by JD 510 million or 10.5% during the first half of 2014, compared to the same time period in 2013. The trade deficit stands at JD 5,356.3 million for the first half of 2014, compared to JD 4,846.8 million for the same time period in 2013.
    • Both exports and imports grew over the same time period, as exports grew by 6.8% while imports grew at a faster pace of 9.2%.
    • Total exports grew to JD 2,946.2 million during the first half of the year, from JD 2,758.4 million for the time period in 2013, driven by fertilizers (up 46.7%) and fruits and vegetables (up 38.6%), while exports of phosphates and potash continued to decline. Meanwhile, imports grew to reach JD 8,302.5 million from JD 7,605.2 million for the same time period, due to an  increase in machinery and machinery equipment imports by 18.1%, and vehicles and motorcycles imports grew by 22.3%.
    • Crude oil imports, which make up more than one quarter of total imports, increased by 27.3% to reach JD 2,264.8 million from JD 1,779.6 million over the time periods, which could indicate lower levels of Egyptian gas inflows from Egypt for the month of June.
    • If the Egyptian gas supplies remain inconsistent, it is anticipated that the oil bill will reverse the 2013 trend and instead grow in 2014. In addition, and with the continuous influx of Syrian refugees, it is expected that the trade deficit will remain at high levels witnessed in 2013.

  • ESMA Publishes An Opinion On The Application Of Guidelines On Money Market Funds

    Date 22/08/2014

    The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published today its opinion on how national competent authorities should apply the modifications to the CESR guidelines on money market funds set out in the report on Mechanistic Reference to Credit Ratings in the ESA’s Guidelines and Recommendations  (JC 2014 004) issued by the Joint Committee of the three ESAs, when monitoring the application of the CESR guidelines by the relevant financial market participants. 

  • MSE Weekly Trading Report-22 August, 2014

    Date 22/08/2014

    Click here to download Malawi Stock Exchange's weekly trading report.

  • MCX Weekly Market Report August 14, 2014 To August 21, 2014

    Date 22/08/2014

    Click here to download MCX's weekly market report.

  • London Stock Exchange Group: Announcement Of Interim Results For The Three Months Ended 30 June 2014

    Date 22/08/2014

    London Stock Exchange Group is publishing interim results for the three months ended 30 June 2014 (Q1), to provide latest financial information in connection with the Group’s proposed acquisition of Frank Russell Company and associated fully underwritten rights issue.

  • Platts Report: Singapore Moving Towards FOB Straits Basis For Oil? - Platts And Oil Marketplace Eye Likely Need For Free-On-Board Straits Price Reference

    Date 22/08/2014

    The expansion of Singapore as a leading Asia-Pacific energy hub, combined with the country’s moratorium on the development of further onshore storage, has led to the hub expanding beyond national borders to encompass infrastructure in Malaysia, according to the Platts Special Report “FOB Singapore Beyond Singapore –Towards FOB Straits” released at the Platts Crude Oil & Refined Products Forum in Singapore Thursday.