Exchange expects demand for Asian trading and clearing services to grow
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has reported
record quarterly derivatives revenue after volumes rose more
than a half driven partly by demand for its Chinese future.
The exchange said derivatives revenue came
in at a record S$76.4 million after a 52% increase in volumes
to 40 million contracts during the three months to the end of
last year, driven by strong growth in FTSE China A50 futures
and iron ore products.
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