The exchanges are currently undergoing arbitration regarding the launch of SGX’s new futures contracts meant to succeed the outgoing SGX Nifty 50 suite of products.
Wei-Shen Wong joins to discuss the brewing battle between the SGX and NSE and Anthony and James look at Esma's shot at reporting platforms.
With less than a month to go until the SGX lists its new India derivative products, anything can happen. All eyes are on India’s regulator, Sebi, as well as the country’s three exchanges, to see what action—if any at all—they will take.
Indian market regulator Sebi is terminating its three exchanges’ existing market data licensing agreements with foreign partners.
What started with Brexit and the election of Donald Trump is now taking hold in India—protectionism.
Investors with exposure to India via index futures are reeling from a decision by the country’s exchanges to end data licensing agreements that allow overseas markets to create derivatives based on its indexes. Wei-Shen Wong investigates whether the move…
Collaboration to focus on developing existing and new products within Indian capital markets with heavy technology slant.
Regionally-governed utilities could help make up for slower-than-expected takeup of global KYC services.
High-frequency trading can be a tough topic to tackle. Regulators around the globe are scrambling to ensure their markets are fair and orderly while drawing in liquidity and lessening spreads. Wei-Shen Wong discusses Indian regulator Sebi’s new proposals…
John provides a breakdown of the Waters features for November, including the state of Indian HFT and algo trading, and the lack of speed in treasury platforms.
Chiragra Chakrabarty discusses what Sebi's proposed "HFT curbs" could mean for the Indian marketplace, and the Asia-Pac region, in general.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has announced plans for a two-day conference next week, aimed at discussing the market risks associated with algorithmic and high-frequency trading (HFT).
Since India’s S&P CNX Nifty index dropped 900 points earlier this month, the country’s largest exchange hasn't disclosed any evaluations of its own mistakes. One technologist has a few suggestions.
This morning, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India halted trading for 15 minutes when a primary index, the S&P CNX Nifty, rapidly dropped over 900 points to a low of 4,888.20, after opening at 5,815.00, losing 16 percent of its value.
Delhi High Court rules that Sebi must respond to retail action brought against automated trading practices.
India's SEBI recently released a set of guidelines for algo trading that appeared limiting, but most of the rules were already in place.