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ASX Ltd had a choice. The operator of Australia's main stock exchange could develop a new version of Chess, its faithful but ageing clearing and settlements system introduced in 1994, or it could build for the future.
The digital currency has gone from tech curiosity to mainstream topic, leading its value to jump more than 10-fold in 2017
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is now priced more efficiently and increasingly more reflective of Malaysia’s strong fundamentals, as the influence of external factors have been squashed. However, it is far from reflecting its fair value due to misperceptions.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is now priced more efficiently and increasingly more reflective of Malaysia’s strong fundamentals as the influence of external factors have been squashed though it is far from reflecting its fair value due to misperceptions.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has cautioned banks not to rush and compete for deposits in an effort to show a good loan-to-deposit (LDR) ratio, which is very evident towards every end of the year.
WASHINGTON: Global banks raised concerns on Friday over a provision in the U.S. Senate tax bill aimed at cracking down on tax avoidance by multinational corporations that they said could hurt the banking industry.
MANIPULATING Chinese stocks from Hong Kong is about to get harder. That's the good news, for investors interested in fair and transparent markets.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong and Singapore are seeking to snare a bigger share of the $540 trillion global derivatives business, taking advantage of tough new UK and European banking rules and uncertainty created by Britain's plans to leave the European Union.
NEW YORK: It was only about five years ago that powerful people in finance loved talking about the horrendous consequences for the United States if it didn’t get its finances under control. They warned that the federal debt – and the interest payments – could eventually get high enough to drag down the economy, burden future generations, and even threaten national security.