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Singapore Exchange said to mull tie-ups as deals grow harder

Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX), which runs South-East Asia’s largest stock and derivatives market, has in recent months held exploratory talks about possible tie-ups with overseas exchange operators, people familiar with the matter said.


Australia against ASX takeover bid by Singapore

SYDNEY: Singapore Exchange Ltd's A$7.6bil bid for bourse operator ASX Ltd is on the brink of collapse after Australia said the takeover was not in the national interest.


Banks’ grip on UK IPOs loosens

LONDON: The days of a huge first-day share pop may be coming to an end for London initial public offerings (IPOs).


LSE to buy Citi's Yield Book bonds analysis business for US$685m

BENGALURU: London Stock Exchange (LSE) has agreed to buy The Yield Book, Citigroup's fixed-income analytics and indexing business, for US$685 million in cash, the companies said on Tuesday.


SGX starts China stock futures

Singapore Exchange Ltd on Tuesday began trading the world's first index futures based on stocks listed on mainland China, ahead of the planned introduction of such derivatives in Shanghai.


The race to avoid a Lehman moment for bankers after Brexit

LONDON: There was no announcement but word still made its way to European bankers as summer turned to autumn: For them, Brexit day was the end of 2018, not March 29, 2019, when the U.K. splits from the European Union.


New York emerging as big winner of Brexit exodus

LONDON: The ultimate winner if Brexit forces banks to flee London may lie 3,500 miles away, far beyond the borders of Europe.


AmBank unveils its first structured deposit product

AmBank Group has launched its first structured deposit product, AmStructured Deposit - Global Bourses, which is expected to yield returns of 24.5% upon maturity in three years.


MSCI global indices may include Alibaba after investor queries

NEW YORK: Stock index provider MSCI Inc is considering changing its rules to allow shares of Alibaba Group Holding and other companies that list their shares in faraway markets to be included in its widely used indexes.