KSE looks to warrant market

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The Korea Stock Exchange (KSE) plans to list warrants by the second half of this year, with the exchange currently in negotiations with the country’s regulator, the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS), over the draft listing rules, according to an exchange official.

While the official declined to disclose details of the new listing rules, he notes that the underlying assets of the warrants would be KSE-listed stocks, while those securities firms approved to conduct derivatives business will be

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