Competition between three rival exchanges over Japanese
equity index derivatives has intensified with Osaka Securities
Exchange (OSE)'s announcement that it will launch its
Russell/Nomura Prime Index futures contract on 25 April,
subject to regulatory approval.
However, industry observers said previous attempts to launch
new Japanese equity index futures, including the MSCI Japan
contract by OSE and the S&P/Topix 150 by Tokyo Stock
Exchange (TSE), have not met with
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