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  • Shenzhen Stock Exchange Issues The CNI Nanshan 50 Index

    Date 03/01/2020

    On 31 December 2019, Shenzhen Securities Information Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of SZSE and Nanshan Industrial and Information Technology Bureau jointly issued the CNI Nanshan 50 index (Nanshan 50 for short, code: 980023), in an effort to reflect the overall performance of SZSE-listed and HKEX-listed companies of Nanshan District, Shenzhen, demonstrate the main path of technology innovation and development in Nanshan District, create a new financial business card for Nanshan District, and better support the building of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and the pilot demonstration area of socialism with Chinese characteristics. Vice Mayor of Shenzhen Wang Lixin, Chairman of Supervisory Board of SZSE Yang Zhihua, Secretary of CPC Nanshan District Committee Wang Qiang and other leaders attended the launch ceremony.

  • Moscow Exchange: Risk Parameters Change For The Security RU000A1006G4

    Date 03/01/2020

    As per the Securities market risk parameters methodology, on 03.01.2020, 10-28 (MSK) the lower bound of the price band (up to 93.61) and initial margins (up to 20 %) for the security RU000A1006G4 were changed. New values are available here

  • Dalian Commodity Exchange: 1st HDPE Transaction Completed

    Date 03/01/2020

    It is approaching the end of this year, and all products have presented active trading on the Basis Trading Platform of Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE). Till December 25, a total of 283 transactions have been completed on the Platform with the nominal principal exceeding RMB 1.337 billion. In particular, the synthetic resin products realized 235 transactions (100,900 tonnes), with the nominal principal of RMB 763 million. The high density polyethylene (HDPE) transaction completed in December was particularly special as it is the first transaction of the non-standard product of the synthetic resin series on the Platform, showing that DCE has broken the service boundary from the standard products of LLDPE futures to the non-standard products of HDPE and marking another important step further of the Platform in promoting basis pricing.

  • 4th Monetary Authority Of Singapore - China Securities Regulatory Commission Supervisory Roundtable Fosters Greater Capital Market Activities Between Singapore And China

    Date 03/01/2020

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) held the 4th MAS-CSRC Supervisory Roundtable on 27 December 2019, where both regulators agreed to foster greater cross-border capital market activities between Singapore and China and deepen supervisory cooperation. The Roundtable was co-chaired by MAS’ Deputy Managing Director Mr Ong Chong Tee and CSRC’s Vice Chairman Mr Fang Xinghai.

  • Dalian Commodity Exchange And Postal Savings Bank Of China Ink Strategic Cooperation Agreement

    Date 03/01/2020

    Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) and the Postal Savings Bank of China (PSBC) sign a strategic cooperation framework agreement in Beijing on the morning of December 20. DCE Chairman and Party Chief Li Zhengqiang, DCE Vice President Wang Yufei, PSBC Head Office Chairman Zhang Jinliang, and PSBC Vice President Xu Xueming attend the signing ceremony.

  • Promote Open And Transparent Regulation And Jointly Build A Good Market Ecology - Shenzhen Stock Exchange Holds The “Media Visiting SZSE” Exchange Meeting On Regulation Of Listed Companies

    Date 03/01/2020

    SZSE recently held a “Media Visiting SZSE” Exchange Meeting on Regulation of Listed Companies. Relevant heads and reporter representatives from nine media including CCTV and the Xinhua News Agency participated in the exchange. It’s a specific measure of SZSE to implement CSRC’s work requirements of the “four awes (stand in awe of the market, rule of law, professionalism and risks) and one joint force (The capital market’s development needs all the efforts made by all sides)”, deepen communication with media, promote the public disclosure of its company regulation business, help improve the quality of listed companies and strive to build a transparent exchange.

  • SEC Charges Six Individuals In International Microcap Fraud Schemes

    Date 02/01/2020

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged six individuals and their companies with participating in schemes that allegedly generated more than $35 million of illegal sales of stock in at least 45 microcap companies. The charges contained in two complaints reflect investigations by staff in the SEC’s New York and Boston offices, and assistance from multiple regulators outside the U.S.

  • CFTC Swaps Report Update

    Date 02/01/2020

    CFTC's Weekly Swaps Report has been updated, and is now available.

  • S&P Europe 350 Factor Dashboard

    Date 02/01/2020

    • Despite slowing growth and Britain’s ongoing struggles to map an exit from the E.U., central banks stimulus and falling yields helped European equities to mark their best year since 2009.
    • The S&P Europe 350 Enhanced Value gained the most among European factor indices in the final quarter, while Quality maintained its place at the top of the table for the full year, marking a third consecutive year of outperformance.
    • Overall, size didn’t matter in European equities, with the S&P Europe 350 Equal Weight narrowly edging out the benchmark’s yearly return.  Dividend strategies struggled, though the S&P Europe 350 Dividend Aristocrats was an exception.

  • OCC Clears Over 4.9 Billion Contracts In 2019 - Second Highest Ever Annual Cleared Volume - December Volume Down 4.2 Percent From Record-Breaking 2018

    Date 02/01/2020

    OCC, the world's largest equity derivatives clearing organization, announced today that 2019 total cleared contract volume was 4,976,978,704 contracts, the industry's second-highest ever annual volume, down 5.1 percent compared to 2018's record-breaking pace of 5.24 billion contracts. Average daily cleared contract volume in 2019 was 19,749,915 contracts. OCC's December 2019 total cleared contract volume reached 418,410,240 contracts, down 4.2 percent compared to last December.