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HKEx Posts Sept Month Securities Market Capitalisation Of HK$30.6 TRILLION
HKEX Says Closing Auction Session Expanded To Cover All Equities & Funds In Its Securities Market
Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing Not To Proceed With Offer For London Stock Exchange Group
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited is principally engaged in the operation of stock exchanges. The Company operates through five business segments. The Cash segment includes various equity products traded on the Cash Market platforms, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The Equity and Financial Derivatives segment includes derivatives products traded on Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (HKFE) and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (SEHK) and other related activities. The Commodities segment includes the operations of the London Metal Exchange (LME). The Clearing segment includes the operations of various clearing houses, such as Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited, the SEHK Options Clearing House Limited, HKFE Clearing Corporation Limited, over the counter (OTC) Clearing Hong Kong Limited and LME Clear Limited. The Platform and Infrastructure segment provides users with access to the platform and infrastructure of the Company.
12F, One International Finance Centre
1 Harbour View Street, Central
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive, Executive Director
John Patrick Killian
Group Chief Financial Officer
Matthew James Chamberlain
Chief Executive - The London Metal Exchange
Adrian John Winston Farnham
Chief Executive, LME Clear
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* Just Eat tops blue-chip risers (Adds news items, updates share moves)
Hong Kong stock exchange boss Charles Li ignited his unrequited overture to the London Stock Exchange with a riff on Romeo and Juliet as a corporate romance, and doused it in a wistful blog reference to the author of 'Alice in Wonderland'.
* Recruiting firms slump after weak trading updates (Adds company news items, updates share moves)
* Airbus rises after Q4 deliveries target (Adds fresh comment, updates prices)
Hong Kong's bourse has scrapped its unsolicited $39 billion approach for London Stock Exchange Group <LSE.L> after failing to convince LSE management and investors to back a move that could have transformed both global financial services giants.
Le borse europee ritracciano in trada mattinata i guadagni iniziali, mentre cresce il nerevosismo sulla ripresa dei negoziati commerciali sino-statunitensi di alto livello, mentre il titolo London Stock Exchange si avvia alla peggior performance dal 2016, dopo che la borsa...
Emerging market stocks and currencies found support on Tuesday from a soft dollar and a positive resumption of trading on Chinese markets after a week-long holiday.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing <0388.HK> (HKEX) has scrapped its unsolicited $39 billion approach for London Stock Exchange Group <LSE.L> after failing to convince LSE management to back a move that would have transformed both financial services giants.
European shares ticked higher in early trading on Tuesday, helped by gains in Airbus shares and data showing an unexpected rise in industrial output in Germany, while caution prevailed ahead of U.S.-China trade talks.
The FTSE 100 gained a bit on Tuesday, with investors hopeful ahead of U.S.-China trade talks later this week, which overshadowed a slump in LSE after the Hong Kong bourse dropped its takeover bid and recruiters fell after weak trading updates.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 17 points at 7,214 on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 0.35% ahead of cash market open.
* Graphic https://tmsnrt.rs/2yiKEhx on LSE spend on acquisitions in the decade
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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd said on Tuesday it will not make an offer for London Stock Exchange Group, a month after it unveiled a $39 billion takeover approach for the bourse operator.
European shares ended a tumultuous week on a high note on Friday as data showing modest U.S. jobs growth lifted sentiment slightly, pushing a pan-region index to its best day in more than three weeks.
European shares rose on Friday as investors were hopeful of further monetary easing from the U.S. Federal Reserve in the wake of poor economic data, while chip stocks nudged higher after a report said Apple was increasing production of its new iPhone models.
Some London Stock Exchange investors have told Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) that any bid must contain more cash and be up to 20% higher to persuade them to engage, three shareholders and a banking source close to the deal said.
Global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) plunged 16% year-on-year to $729 billion in the third quarter, according to Refinitiv data, the lowest quarterly volume since 2016, as growing economic uncertainty curbed the risk appetite of companies considering deals.
Beijing can confuse even politically savvy executives. David Schwimmer, chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group, says China is opening up. Yet his opposite number at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has partly based an audacious bid for the British bourse on the...
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