ChartIQ, a financial software company, has launched its term structure graph for the fixed income and derivatives markets.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) has become a member of the UN Global Compact and will now establish closer relations with its Polish office, the Global Compact Network Poland which maintains the national secretariat and co-ordinates the co-operation of United Nations Global Compact members.
Intercontinental Exchange, a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, has reported record March and first quarter 2020 trading volume, related revenue statistics and provided an updated operating expense outlook.
UAE financial institution Al Ramz has expanded its market-making activities on Nasdaq Dubai as a provider of liquidity on all listed futures.
Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE:ICE), an operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, has issued an operational update for customers and other constituents as global financial systems manage through extraordinary volatility amid the spread of COVID-19.
Paul O’Connor, Head of Multi-Asset at Janus Henderson Investors considers whether the recent stock market slump is just a correction or the beginning of a longer-term bear market or global recession…
Joshua Roberts, Associate Director at Chatham Financial, says the timing of the Bank of England's emergency rate cut on Budget Day suggests a level of monetary and fiscal policy coordination…
Bank Indonesia (BI) has adopted Refinitiv Auctions for Domestic Non-deliverable Forwards (NDFs), as Central Banks increasingly rely on electronic tools to ensure their markets function in an orderly, efficient manner.
Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) is making its surveillance and regulation of the securities market more targeted and effective with the application of artificial intelligence (AI) enhancements to its real-time monitoring system.
Following a rollercoaster year for the UK capital markets, defined by unrelenting political and investor uncertainty, burdensome regulatory requirements and the weakest IPO market in a decade, a new survey of fund managers and mid to small-sized quoted companies reveals that the UK public markets have started the new year in a worrying state of decline.