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Dark pools facilitate block trade execution but raise issues of transparency
Date: Oct 22, 2012Instead of restricting dark pools development, regulatory bodies have to learn how to respond to the emerging popularity of dark pools trading, and ensure compatibility with traditional exchanges.
Author: Foo Boon Ping
Categories: Exchanges, Markets & Exchanges, Risk & Compliance, Trading & Data
Keywords: Dark Pools, Liquidnet, Seth Merrin, HKEx, SGX, ASE, TSE, SEC
HKEx’s Rmb futures launch bodes well for offshore Rmb market
Date: Aug 27, 2012HKEx’s introduction of Rmb futures trading part of broader move towards central clearing of derivatives.
Author: Magessan Raj
Categories: China, Clearing & Settlement, Exchanges, Hong Kong, Markets & Exchanges, Rmb
Keywords: HKEx, Renminbi Futures, Charles Li, Hong Kong Futures Exchange Corporation, Calvin Tai, Conrad Kwok, Beijing
HKEx resumes trading after hacker attack
Date: Aug 11, 2011Technical glitch causes temporary suspension in trade of seven listed companies, trading resumes with no effect to the Hang Seng Index.
Author: Timothy Shim
Categories: Brokerages and Trading Technologies, Markets & Exchanges, Operational Risk & Security, Risk and Regulation, Technology & Operations
Keywords: Hang Seng Index, HKEx, Charles Li, Hack