Hong kong exchanges and clearing (hkex)
As CCPs in the region gear up for clearing, banks need to make a critical decision about whether to join up. Which clearing house is currently on top?
Commodities have been the mainstay of China's derivative markets so far but the launch of equity options on two of the country's main exchanges could see this dominance challenged
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