TOCOM and Holly Su Futures sign MoU

July 20, 2017 10:44 AM
Exchange Shorts

NDAQ urged the EU Commission to re-examine systematic internaliser (SI) rules in MiFID II, saying they will have a significant advantage over other trading venues.

NDAQ added four new data sets to the Nasdaq Analytics Hub. 280first  (Corporate Filings) delivers data focused on changes in SEC financial filings. Lucena Research provides two new data sets based on artificial intelligence and algorithmic multi-factor ensemble voting to forecast equities’ price predictions. PredictWallStreet provides daily trading signals on US equities, ADRs, and ETFs based on retail sentiment.

HKEX: LME likely to adopt measures including cut in fees and a charge for OTC trades to control costs and reverse a decline in market share, according to Bloomberg.

JPX: Osaka Exchange renewed its derivatives trading system J-GATE . Trading hours have been extended and new product TSE Mothers Index Futures made available.

SIX Financial Information developed a platform to share regulatory data and documentation between wealth managers, assets managers, banks and other market participants.

Tokyo Commodity Exchange Inc. (TOCOM) signed a MOU with Holly Su Futures (Hong Kong) to increase market liquidity.

TMX reached 500 ETFs listed, and $130b of ETFs market capitalization, as of 30-Jun.

LSE purchased 29k shares at 3,679p per share, as part of its £200m repurchase program. Total purchases add 3.67m shares up to date.

Nadex plans to end the Free Trading Incentive Program introduced in 2016.

Tower Research Capital sent a letter to the European Commission saying it is not the appropriate time to make changes to MiFID II.

Equinix plans to invest $42 million in expanding its SY4 IBX data center near Sydney, Australia, to meet the rising demand for additional capacity and interconnection services.

Bank of England is extending access to settlement accounts in its RTGS system to non-bank payment service providers.

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