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Singapore Exchange Ltd Unsponsored ADR (Singapore), also called Singapore Exchange, is an investment holding company, which engages in the treasury management, provision of management and administrative services to related corporations, provision of contract processing and technology connectivity services. It operates through the following business segments: Equities and Fixed Income, Derivatives, Market Data and Connectivity, and Corporate. Read More The Equities and Fixed Income segment offers issuer services, securities trading and clearing, post trade services, membership, and collateral management. The Derivatives segment focuses on derivatives trading and clearing services, membership and collateral management. The Market Data and Connectivity segment consists of market data, and connectivity services. The Corporate segment includes corporate activities which are not allocated to the three operating segments. The company was founded on August 21, 1999 and is headquartered in Singapore. SPXCY is listed on the Pink Current market tier. OTC market data is provided by OTC Markets Group, Inc (otcmarkets.com).
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RPT-Singapore Exchange under pressure as HKEX jostles for China market
(Repeats story published late on Tuesday, with no change to text) By Anshuman Daga and Alun John SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, March 12 (Reuters) - Singapore Exchange Ltd, which generates half of its revenues from derivatives business, could see a dent in its earnings following a move by the Hong Kong exchange operator to launch Chinese A-share futures contracts, analysts said. Shares in SGX fell 1.6 percent on Tuesday after slumping 3.7 percent in the previous session when it clocked the worst slide in 13 months...
Yahoo FinanceMar 12
Singapore Exchange Has New Challenge From HKEX China Share Move
(Bloomberg) -- Moves by Hong Kong’s stock exchange to start trading derivatives contracts based on Chinese-listed shares pose a new competitive threat to rival Singapore Exchange Ltd.
Washington PostMar 12