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BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said it will improve regulations, so local investors have the opportunity to investing overseas.
PETALING JAYA: AMMB Holdings Bhd’s net interest income is expected to see a quarter-on-quarter rebound as its modification loss begins to unwind.
LONDON: The London Stock Exchange expects to close its $27 billion purchase of data analytics company Refinitiv in the first-quarter of next year, as the group reported forecast-beating third-quarter income.
YANGON, Oct 10 (Bloomberg): A resurgence of the coronavirus outbreak in Myanmar that’s forced a lockdown of its largest city is delaying plans to establish a market for corporate bonds and an additional listing option for companies seeking to go public.
LONDON: London Stock Exchange entered exclusive talks on Friday to sell Borsa Italiana to Euronext, with the French operator seeing off bids by Deutsche Boerse and Switzerland's Six as it looks to add another bourse to its European network.
ROME: Italy is considering teaming up with Euronext NV to pursue an acquisition of the country’s stock exchange operator, people with knowledge of the matter said.
HONG KONG: The People's Bank of China will cut fees, extend operating hours and introduce more trading platforms to the 'Bond Connect' scheme that allows global investors a way into its vast market via Hong Kong, Deputy Governor Pan Gongsheng said on Friday.
The mammoth bond market has long been the old-school bastion of the financial world, but the Covid-19 pandemic has cast a light on its future – and it looks electronic. Well, mainly.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy is close to approving measures to bolster the special powers it has over key industries to ward off unwanted foreign interest, officials said on Sunday.
MANILA/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The Philippine Stock Exchange closed indefinitely on Tuesday while currency and bond trading were suspended, the first market shutdowns worldwide in response to the coronavirus, with authorities citing risks to the safety of traders.