The Japanese exchange experienced its second lowest month on record immediately after its creation
Japan Exchange (JPX) traded in the first full-month of
derivatives trading on its new integrated platform just over
20m contracts, representing a six-month low and the second
lowest total since the bourse was formed, writes Jonathan
The merger to
create JPX took place at the beginning of 2013, coinciding with
a resurgence in the Japanese economy, sparked by its prime
minister’s namesake plan Abenomics.
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