Regional Stock Exchange

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Regional Stock Exchange

1. In the United States, all stock exchanges operating outside New York City. Examples include the National Stock Exchange and the Chicago Stock Exchange.

2. More broadly, all stock exchanges located outside a nation's main financial center.
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The Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) and Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in a move that will see two of the leading regional exchanges collaborate on several fronts to further drive the growth and development of capital markets in the UAE and the wider Middle East region.
Before heading north, there is still a lot of work to do at home, where regional exchanges still have several challenges.
Cooperation could also lead "other regional exchanges to joining in the future," according to her Macedonian counterpart, Ivan Shteriev.
It will certainly be interesting to see how the GCC markets will respond to attract regional issuers and foreign investors to regional exchanges," said Fazli.
Whilst the regional and international equity markets have generally been depressed post global financial crisis, early signs of recovery are appearing with higher volumes being traded on some of the regional exchanges, and more interest from foreign investors, said a survey.
The Saudi stock market could possibly take the lead in any moves for integration of regional exchanges, say industry analysts.
Toaccess transmission capacity from local and regional exchanges, Telecommunication companies use backhaul services,that enables them to provide communication services like voice and broadband.
For instance, states could partner to create regional exchanges, or maintain them within a state's borders.
Despite the unrest, the bourse has held up compared with other regional exchanges, the executive said.
Regional exchanges are just one of the ways this could be achieved.
Birmingham, Edinburgh and Glasgow would be the first candidates for setting up regional exchanges.
In his new role, Dirckx, who will continue to be based in Hong Kong, will lead a regional team managing an existing portfolio of high-profile banks and broker dealer clients, and build up contacts with infrastructure clients, including regional exchanges, central depositaries and clearing corporations.

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