Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

The primary exchange in Hong Kong. It was established in 2000 with the merger of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Futures Exchange and the Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company. It provides a floor for traders to buy and sell securities and derivatives. It also provides clearing services. It is one of the largest exchanges (by market capitalization) in the world.
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Whether it does or not will depend on whether HKEx can monetize the 1.
Terming the transaction as "opening the next chapter in HKEx strategic development," HKEx Chief Executive Charles Li said the acquisition represents a unique opportunity to acquire in one stroke a position of global leadership in the commodities market.
HKEx also found AHFT is now common among other leading derivatives exchanges, with eight of the top 10 derivatives exchanges in terms of stock index futures turnover offering after-hours trading.
Under HKEx s Articles of Association, Mr Li in his position as the Chief Executive is an ex-officio director of HKEx with a term coterminous with his employment as the Chief Executive.
The market data hub in Shanghai will enable the delivery of broader HKEx market data products to Mainland information vendors, and subsequently investors, through a reliable, scalable and more cost-effective infrastructure," HKEx Chief Executive Charles Li said.
The HKEx chief executive, Kwong Ki-chi, has apologized for the investors' losses, but stressed that the delisting arrangements would improve the quality of Hong Kong's stock market and eliminate manipulations.
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HKEx also believes offering Flexible Index Options would help increase market transparency by attracting more OTC deals to its block trading facility.
HKEx and SHFE said they will now begin discussion with market participants on the optimal terms for the proposed energy derivatives market and potential market demand, particularly the interests of Asian investors.
HKEx said the exercise also offered a chance for participants to get acquainted with the features of northbound trading and test their trading and clearing operations, .
As investors shift to equities for higher returns, strong inflows have bolstered up trading volume on HKEx, the biggest bourses in Asia, with shares rising nearly 70 percent since the beginning of 2009.
Meanwhile, the HKEx, which is the operator and the frontline regulator of the territory's stock exchange, and the Securities and Futures Commission, which is the major market watchdog, both welcomed the panel's findings.