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  • European Financial Stability Facility Board Of Directors Reserves Its Rights To Act Upon Greece’s Default

    Date 03/07/2015

    The Board of Directors of the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) decided today to opt for a Reservation of Rights on EFSF loans to Greece, after the non-payment of Greece to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Following the IMF Managing Director’s notification of the IMF Executive Board, this non-payment results in an Event of Default by Greece, according to EFSF financial agreements with Greece.

  • President Of The Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos: Greece’s Course Is In Europe

    Date 03/07/2015

    Greece's course in Europe and within the eurozone is a "national one-way road" and not just for economic reasons but for reasons of national security, President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos said yesterday, receiving the head of the Hellenic Bank Association Louka Katseli. He added that the course toward the referendum on Sunday (5.07) must not be permitted to disrupt the essential unity of the Greek people. "Referendums, which are an institution of direct democracy, serve democracy only when they are conducted under conditions that do not allow any division," he said.

  • Q&A By Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE), Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) And China Securities Depository And Clearing Corporation Officials On Lowering Charging Standards For A-share Trading, Settlement

    Date 03/07/2015

    Q: The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE), the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) and China Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation Limited (CSDC) dramatically lowered handling fee and transfer fee for A-share trading in 2012. Will they consider further lowering the charging standards in the near future?

    A: In order to further cut investors’ trading cost, the SSE, the SZSE and CSDC, upon study, plan to lower the charging standards for A-share trading and settlement. The handling fee for A-share trading bilaterally charged by the SSE and the SZSE will be adjusted from 0.0696‰ to 0.0487‰ of trading amount, with a drop of 30%, among which 0.00974‰ will be forwarded to China Securities Investor Protection Fund Corporation Limited and 0.03896‰ charged by the exchange. Besides, the transfer fee for A-share trading bilaterally charged by CSDC is adjusted from 0.3‰ of trading par value on the SSE and 0.0255‰ of trading amount on the SZSE respectively to 0.02‰ of trading amount uniformly, a drop of about 33% according to the market data of the recent 2 years. The SSE, the SZSE and CSDC will spare no efforts to complete relevant preparatory work, with an aim to implement these adjustments on August 1.

  • EEX: Refund Of Charges Introduced For Delta Hedge Of Power Options

    Date 03/07/2015

    To further support the positive market development of Phelix Power Options, EEX will not be charging any trading fees for future transactions which were concluded as “Delta Hedge” for options as of 1st of July 2015.

  • Shanghai Stock Exchange: Notice Of Releasing “SSE Detailed Rules For Implementation Of Margin Trading And Securities Lending (Revised in 2015)”

    Date 03/07/2015

    The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) has revised the existing “SSE Detailed Rules for Implementation of Margin Trading and Securities Lending” (the “Rules” for short) in a bid to cement risk management on the business of margin trading and securities lending, propel steady growth of the business and protect investors’ legitimate rights and interests. The SSE hereby releases the revised “Rules”, which shall take effect on the release date. Considering that the whole-market business and technology will need some time for preparation, Paragraph 3 of Article 12 in the revised “Rules” will not be implemented temporarily, with the implementation time subject to further notification by the SSE.

  • Finansinspektionen: The Financial Stability Council

    Date 03/07/2015

    The Financial Stability Council is to serve as a forum in which representatives from the Government, FI, the Swedish National Debt Office and the Riksbank regularly meet to discuss matters pertaining to financial stability, the need for measures to counteract the build-up of financial imbalances and, in the event of a financial crisis, the need for measures to address such a situation. The Stability Council meets for the first time in the spring of 2014.

  • New Zealand's Financial Markets Authority Strategy To Boost New Zealanders’ Understanding And Knowledge About Investing

    Date 03/07/2015

    The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) today released its Investor Capability Strategy, which aims to build knowledge, understanding and confidence about making investment decisions.

  • Hong Kong's Securities And Futures Commission Hosts Mainland-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition Of Funds Symposium

    Date 03/07/2015

    The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) today hosted the Mainland-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds (MRF) Symposium to provide the industry with further regulatory information about this landmark scheme.

  • Tradeweb Government Bond Report - July 2015

    Date 03/07/2015

    Click here to download the July edition of Tradeweb’s monthly DataSheet for global government 10-year benchmark bonds.

  • Earthport’s CEO Participates At Conference With Central Bankers On Disruptive Innovations And Future Challenges In The Area Of Payments

    Date 03/07/2015

    Earthport Payment Network’s CEO, Hank Uberoi participated on a panel at the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructure’s (CPMI) 25th anniversary conference, held in Basel Switzerland on 30 June 2015. The conference was hosted by the CPMI, which is a working committee of the Bank for International Settlements, and drew an attendance including Central Bankers from 28 countries. The CPMI promotes the safety and efficiency of global payment, clearing, settlement and related arrangements, thereby supporting financial stability and the wider economy.