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MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's financial markets will open as usual on Monday, but traders are expecting a wild start to the week after the government ordered a lockdown of large parts of the north of the country, including the financial capital Milan, to fight the coronavirus.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX) warned the coronavirus outbreak had brought renewed uncertainty to its business, as it shrugged off political turmoil at home and abroad to post a small rise in annual profit on Wednesday.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Exchange Ltd. will acquire a majority stake in Scientific Beta Pte., an index provider for products enabling investors to track market themes, an increasingly significant trend in global fund management.
HONG KONG (Reuters): The "depth of the devastation"inflicted on Hong Kong's economy by more than six months of anti-government protests will be seen in the coming weeks, the chief of the city's stock exchange operator said on Thursday (Jan 9).
NEW YORK: Even though the US stock market continues a record-breaking rally that has sent the benchmark S&P 500 index up nearly 25% for the year, investors appear to be looking elsewhere for better values in the year ahead.
HONG KONG: AAX, a Hong Kong-based startup, says its exchange is about to make bitcoin trading at least 10 times faster than transactions taking place on some of the largest digital-asset exchanges.
LONDON (Reuters) - Hong Kong bourse Chief Executive Charles Li said there are fundamental flaws in the "one country, two systems" formula that governs the former British territory as it grapples with its biggest political crisis in decades.
SINGAPORE: As global bourses come to terms with the failure of the latest mega-merger, Singapore Exchange Ltd. is sticking to its incremental approach.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's bourse on Tuesday dropped its unsolicited $39 billion bid for London Stock Exchange Group (LSE)
BRUSSELS: A battle that threatens London’s dominance in the derivatives market is rearing its head, with European firms at risk of being blocked from using clearinghouses in the British capital within six months.