Singapore Exchange

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Singapore Exchange

Also called SGX. An exchange formed in 1999 through the merger of the Stock Exchange of Singapore and the Singapore International Monetary Exchange. Stocks, bonds, derivatives and other securities all trade on SGX. At its formation, it was the first demutualized exchange in Asia-Pacific on which both securities and derivatives traded.
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Raghav Kapoor, Smartkarma CEO, said, We are thrilled to partner with SGX as we equip corporates with an innovative platform to engage with the fast-growing independent research community, helping improve their perception with current and potential investors.
AGV Group Limited, a leading provider of hot-dip galvanising services in Singapore, which counts many construction firms, shipyards and utilities companies as its clients (listed on SGX Catalist).
SGX added it has been invited to provide further comments to the FIRB.
This includes: cross-listing and cross-access services; the ability for holders of ASX and SGX derivatives positions to consolidate their exposures under mutual offset arrangements; an Australian dollar interest rate swaps clearing facility for over-the-counter contracts and; the development of wholesale and retail fixed income platforms.
This will be a highly competitive exchange group in an increasingly globalised world," SGX Chairman J.
As SGX is one of the most developed exchanges in Asia Pacific, we hope that its extensive experience will enable us to increase our operational efficiency in a way that will support the exchange's capabilities to play a greater role in the development of the country, especially those related to implementing Bahrain's economic vision," said Mr Rashid.
The TSE initiated this purchase recognizing the importance of having closer collaboration with SGX,'' the TSE said in a statement.
SGX will be responsible for completing preclinical development of the lead candidate and submitting an Investigational New Drug application with the Food and Drug Administration.
We believe that the liquidity in TOCOM's oil derivatives contracts, together with the participation of international oil refiners and traders based in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region, will create the right synergies for our partnership,'' said Thomas Kloet, SGX chief executive officer.
SGX represents the premier access point for managing Asian capital and investment exposure, and is Asia's most internationalised exchange with more than 40% of companies listed on SGX originating outside of Singapore.
Concurrently, SGX will continue to work with NSE to develop a link that will allow international market participants to trade on NSEs International Exchange (NSE IFSC Limited) in Gujarat International Finance Tech (GIFT) city International Financial Services Centre, while managing their clearing exposures through SGX.
Through the MOU, ZCE and SGX aim to strengthen mutual understanding and promote bilateral partnership.