Hong Kong Exchange moves to increase derivatives transparency

The exchange set up a number of data feeds to vendors last month to provide institutional and retail investors with real-time derivatives prices. These feeds went live today. Previously, the information was only available through the exchange’s derivatives trading system.

“The wider distribution of price depth information adds to market transparency and can help investors in their analysis and decision making,” said Roger Lee, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing’s senior vice-president of e-business and information services.

The price information comprises aggregated best-five bid and ask prices with volumes for all derivatives traded on the Hong Kong Exchange. It is available on a subscription basis, but the exchange said service introduction dates will vary depending on the vendor.

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