Tokyo SE drops longer opening plan

Brokers and asset managers said costs would outweigh benefits

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two businessmen jumping hurdles, illustration by Daniel Haskett ©Daniel Haskett
Low volatility, new rivals and onerous rules are taking their toll
The U.S. flag is arranged for a photograph in New York, U.S., on Thursday, May 26, 2011. The cost of insuring U.S. government debt against losses for one year with credit default swaps is rising while the price of protection over longer periods has fallen, as investors bet the standoff over raising the debt ceiling may drag into August. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Comment: Flawed US rules fragment swaps market, says CFTC Commissioner Giancarlo

Clearing houses may face new capital rules

BoE official suggests tougher standards for risk managers

Protocol plan to boost bond liquidity

Standardised computer language will speed up trading

Magnus Bocker, chief executive officer of the Singapore Exchange, poses for a portrait in the lobby of the Exchange in Singapore, on Thursday, October 30 2014
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SGX fights back against thin volumes

Singapore looks to tackle impact of HK-Shanghai stock tie-up

Slow start fails to dim Stock Connect

Analysts insist future of HK-Shanghai tie-up remains bright

São Paulo-based exchange eyes LatAm rivals

BM&FBovespa hopes to make bold move to assert regional influence

Irish exchange says fáilte to active ETFs

ISE will allow active managers to keep their trading strategies

HK stock connect: baby steps

A good idea is off to a slow start. Why?

CFTC warns on US benchmark regulation

Chairman says EU rules could force tougher benchmarks oversight

BGC extends deadline for GFI offer

Interdealer broker says it has backing of 31% of shareholders