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China-backed Singapore bourse gets regulator's nod

SINGAPORE: Asia Pacific Exchange Pte (Apex) has received in-principle approval from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to start a third derivatives exchange in the city, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Malaysia’s palm oil futures dominance challenged by upstart

KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil futures have been trading on Singapore’s Asia Pacific Exchange for just three months, but they’re already making their mark in a world long dominated by the benchmark contract in neighboring Malaysia.

Malaysia's palm oil futures dominance challenged by upstart

KUALA LUMPUR (Bloomberg): Palm oil futures have been trading on Singapore’s Asia Pacific Exchange for just three months, but they’re already making their mark in a world long dominated by the benchmark contract in neighboring Malaysia.

New Singapore exchange kicks off trading with palm oil futures

SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR: Singapore's third derivatives exchange kicked off trading on Friday with the launch of palm oil futures, as the largely China-backed bourse looks to get a foothold in the region in preparation for other contracts down the line.

Chinese backers plan derivatives exchange in Singapore

SHANGHAI: Singapore may be set to get a third derivatives exchange, this time backed by China.

China-backed S’pore bourse gets nod as third futures exchange

SINGAPORE: Singapore paved the way for a third derivatives exchange in the city, a month after Deutsche Boerse AG called quits on its ambition for a futures venue in the Asian nation.

New S’pore exchange starts trading

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s third derivatives exchange has kicked off trading with the launch of palm oil futures, as the largely China-backed bourse looks to get a foothold in the region in preparation for other contracts down the line.

Currency strategists brace for trade war worse-case scenarios

SAN FRANCISCO: As US-China trade-war rhetoric escalates without any plan for a resumption of negotiations, currency strategists are mapping out foreign-exchange implications.