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  • TMX Group Announces New Equity Trading Fee Program - Introducing A Market-Driven Solution To Optimize Maker-Taker Rates

    Date 04/05/2015

    TMX Group today announced that it is making important changes to its equity trading fee schedules that will deliver significant benefits to the market. TMX is proactively addressing industry concerns related to the maker-taker fee model through a measured rate reduction program for Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange and TSX Alpha Exchange.

  • April Statistics Report From The Nasdaq Nordic Exchanges

    Date 04/05/2015

    Share Trading

    The value of average daily share trading amounted to EUR 3.9 billion, compared to EUR 2.8 billion during the past 12-month period. The average number of trades per trading day was 454,077 compared to 373,438 during the past 12-month period. The total market cap of listed companies at Nasdaq Nordic Exchange amounted to EUR 1 167 billion, compared to EUR 988 billion in April 2014.

  • Hong Kong's Securities And Futures Commission Commences Market Misconduct Tribunal Proceedings Over Alleged Insider Dealing In Warderly Shares

    Date 04/05/2015

    The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has commenced proceedings in the Market Misconduct Tribunal (MMT) against Mr Lo Hang Fong, a former Company Secretary of Warderly International Holdings Limited (Warderly), and Mr Luu Hung Viet Derrick, a lender and potential investor of Warderly, for alleged insider dealing in Warderly shares.

  • HKFE Announces Revised Margins For BOC Hong Kong Futures

    Date 04/05/2015

    Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (HKFE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), has announced that with effect from the commencement of trading on Wednesday, 6 May 2015, the minimum margins to be collected by an Exchange Participant from its clients in respect of their dealings in the following futures contract will be as outlined in the table below.  The adjustments are based on the clearing company's normal procedures and standard margining methodology.

  • CME Group Volume Averaged 11.5 Million Contracts Per Day In April 2015

    Date 04/05/2015

    • Foreign exchange (FX) average daily volume rose 50 percent
    • Energy average daily volume rose 23 percent
    • Agricultural commodities average daily volume rose 11 percent

  • Four HKEx Clearing Houses Receive Third-Country CCP Recognition From ESMA

    Date 04/05/2015

    The Board of Supervisors of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) on 27 April 2015 adopted a decision to recognise all of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited’s (HKEx) clearing houses (CCPs) for securities, stock options, futures and stock index options, and over-the-counter derivatives* as third-country CCPs under Chapter 4 of Title III of the European Market Infrastructure Regulations, or EMIR.

  • DFM Performance – April 2015

    Date 04/05/2015

    The Dubai Financial Market General Index increased by 20.3% to 4229 points at the end of April compared to 3514.4 points at the end of March. At the sectoral level, the nine sectors represented on DFM ended the month in the green, with the Banking index increased the most by 39.7% and the Consumer and Discretionary index up 28.7%, and the Financial & Investment services index up 14.9%.


  • Amman Stock Exchange: The Companies’ First Quarter Reports For The Year 2015

    Date 04/05/2015

    The CEO of the ASE, Mr. Nader Azar, said that according to the listing Securities Directives for the year 2012; all companies listed at the ASE should submit their quarterly reports reviewed by their auditors within one month of the end of the mentioned quarter. Mr. Azar added that the number of companies which submitted their reviewed quarterly reports reached (202) companies representing (86%) of the overall companies within the time limit of receiving their quarterly reports ended at the end of April.

  • ASIC Repeals Select Market Integrity Rules

    Date 04/05/2015

    ASIC has repealed a number of obligations under the ASIC market integrity rules to reduce the compliance burden on market participants.

  • Takeovers Panel & NZX Sign Memorandum Of Understanding

    Date 04/05/2015

    NZX is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Takeovers Panel (the Panel). The MoU sets out a framework for engagement and cooperation between the two regulators, taking into account their respective roles, notably:

    • In the case of NZX, the regulation of issuers and participants operating on NZX’s licensed markets 
    • In the case of the Panel, oversight of takeovers and other change-of-control transactions regulated by the Takeovers Code, involving Code companies in New Zealand’s securities markets