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Barclays Capital economist says Spain and Portugal should look to replicate Italian government in tapping retail investors for future bond deals.
Daily news headlines
After years in the making, Italy will finally see the introduction of exchange-traded electricity derivatives through Borsa Italiana, the Italian stock exchange.
Twenty-nine new exchange-traded funds (ETFs) tracking the forward prices of a variety of commodities and commodity baskets are due to list on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in the next four weeks.
Two exchange-traded funds are due to be launched referenced to the Frankfurt-based International Index Company’s (IIC’s) series of European credit default swap indexes.
French financier Sylvain Hefes has been nominated by Euronext to the future board of NYSE Euronext, to equalise the number of American and European directors.
German stock exchange operator Deutsche Börse has abandoned its effort to acquire pan-European derivatives exchange Euronext, clearing the path for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Frankfurt-based securities and exchange operator Deutsche Börse has pulled out of merger talks with Milan-based Borsa Italiana, after failing to agree on moves towards a joint venture.
Sweden’s OMX, a leading expert in the exchange industry, has sealed a five-year deal to provide information technology operations for Borsa Italiana’s derivatives market (IDEM).
Deutsche B ö rse may bid for Borsa Italiana, in an attempt to woo the Italian exchange away from its merger talks with Euronext.
The Borsa Italiana, the Milan-based stock exchange, is preparing for flotation, in a move that could speed up consolidation among European exchanges.