Ice, CME and Eurex have all staked a claim on the Asian clearing markets via a range of methods including buyouts, tie-ups and new ventures – but it’s not clear if their moves will be successful...
Cross-product margining opportunities and continued interest in Japan sees exchange president Hiromi Yamaji feeling bullish
India stock exchanges are predicting strong growth in the market for listed derivatives. With algo traders driving volume growth, can current infrastructure cope with the increased requirements?
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