The Hong Kong exchange is looking to expand its after-hours trading session by one hour
Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing
(HKEx) said it is considering adding new products and extending
its trading hours to accommodate investors reacting to events
in Western time zones, writes Joe Parsons.
Following the introduction of its
mini-HSI and mini-H shares contracts to after-hours futures
trading (AHFT) in January 2014, HKEx is considering adding more
futures contracts to the session including its USD/CNH offshore
Chinese renminbi futures, its only currency derivative.
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