Hong Kong plans to extend derivatives trading hours

Rapid globalisation of the financial markets and the growth of online trading have encouraged a number of derivatives and stock markets around the world to extend their trading hours. A number of top derivatives exchanges offer almost 24-hour trading. In Hong Kong, the longest traded derivatives products are currency derivatives such as the rolling forex, which trade for 16 hours per day. “HKEx believes there is a need to re-examine its trading hours to maintain its competitiveness and

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