Historically the All Ordinaries is Australia’s most popular index, but firms use other indices by S&P/ASX to create exchange-traded products.
Opportunities abound for global firms in fast-growing Asia-Pacific – if they can understand and navigate APAC’s fragmented markets.
Chi-X Australia’s competition with the Australian Securities Exchange results in savings to traders through lower fees and price improvement.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX)’s global exchange partnerships and innovative products are designed to attract global investors who want to access Asian markets.
Japannext is the prevailing proprietary trading system in Japan. We explain its equity markets, trading hours, and market microstructure.
Hong Kong levies a 0.2% stamp duty on all share transfers, split between buyer and seller. Firms trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange must plan for it.
The Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Connects are an important way to access liquidity on the two mainland stock exchanges via Hong Kong. We explain how they work and how they compare to other trading programs.