Bursa Malaysia pins derivatives hopes on Globex

Going Globex

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The proliferation of alternative trading platforms and dark pools has pushed traditional exchanges in the region to confront new competition through cross-border mergers and international alliances combined with moves to grab more derivatives trading volume. Singapore Exchange has made the most audacious effort to maintain its relevance with its A$8.4 billion ($8.5 billion) bid for Australia's Securities Exchange. Others, such as Bursa Malaysia, are seeking new distribution channels that can

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