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London stock exchange

LSE builds on foreign interest amid global shift

February 1, 2012

International listings are a huge part of the London Stock Exchange's business, but emerging market exchanges are becoming a genuine source of competition. However, the LSE's reputation and prestige look set to keep the bourse's global standing high in the short to medium term at the very least.

riskregteaser

Adapting the securities value chain

January 3, 2012

As regulators seek to push more business onto exchanges and into central clearing, and to make derivatives and other markets more transparent and more resilient, the reform of the securities industry is well under way. What will regulations mean for businesses in practice?

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Citi's EMEA trading chief glad to be back in the game

November 1, 2011

After spending well over a decade building out UBS's electronic trading business, Tim Wildenberg made the move to Citi in search of fresh challenges. He tells The Banker why he switched banks, and discusses the opportunities and priorities of his new role.

Market controls

Market controls: does intervention work?

October 3, 2011

Short selling bans are almost always implemented at the crux of a financial crisis, but some economists suggest that they may not aid recovery, but rather they may negatively affect the market.

European Central Bank

What do investment managers need from brokers?

September 1, 2011

As their global operating models evolve, what do investment managers need from their service providers and what can they do to help themselves?

Lehman Brothers in 2008

Market infrastructures gear up for new role

September 1, 2011

The introduction of mandatory clearing for over-the-counter derivatives will bring with it a widescale, and costly, post-trade infrastructural reorganisation and a host of new considerations for the industry.

Magnus Bocker

Asian exchanges up the pace of progress

September 1, 2011

Magnus Bocker, CEO of the Singapore Exchange, looks at why the Asian market is so vibrant right now.

Atushi Saito

Japan still integral to Asian and global economic progression

September 1, 2011

Moves to establish economic communities in Asia are gathering pace. Atsushi Saito, president and CEO of the Tokyo Stock Exchange Group, explains why Japan will be a leader in any such regionalisation.

Twitter predicts stock market

Can Twitter predict the stock market?

August 1, 2011

Research pointing to a link between Twitter users' emotional state and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has inspired Europe’s first social media-based hedge fund. But is such an indicator just too good to be true?

Brazil’s stock exchange plays catch up

June 30, 2011

Previously reliant on their own resources or bank loans to raise capital, companies in Brazil are now recognising the benefits of listing. But it will take a while before the country's stock exchange catches up with others around the world.

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