NDAQ) priced a public offering of €600,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Euro-denominated 3.875% senior notes due 2021.
LME & LCH.Clearnet have reached an agreement to migrate LME contracts currently cleared by LCH.Clearnet to LME Clear on 22 September 2014, in order to give members and the market time to implement new EMIR regulations and to better manage an already busy period of change in the market.
Faced with a drastic decline in business, the National Commodity& Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX), India’s largest agri – centric commodity derivatives trading platform, has liberalized its algo trading norm to catch traders’ active interest in this segment.
As per the revised norm, the exchange has waived annual recurring charge for the first three ATS ID subscribers of each member of the exchange platform. While the fourth member onwards, the exchange would charge Rs 50,000 as annual recurring charge from each subscriber to algo / high frequency trade service. Other charges continue to remain unchanged.
Futures and Options Intelligence
The global derivatives trading software provider said it is now connected to the Eris SwapBook, allowing TT’s X_TRADER users access to the US-based swap futures exchange.
The Nasdaq OMX Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: NDAQ) today announced that Magnus Billing has been appointed President of NASDAQ OMX Stockholm.
Magnus Billing has been with NASDAQ OMX for the last 12 years, and since 2008 as Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Counsel Europe.
ICE, will announce second quarter 2013 financial results on Tuesday, August 6, 2013. An earnings press release will be issued prior to the earnings conference call, which will begin at 8:30 a.m. ET.
The Nonprofit Quarterly
The sharp upswing in crowdfunding, which is nothing more than old-fashioned networking to attract resources amped up by the Internet, is fueled by the poor economy and credit crunch. In 2011, over 450 crowdfunding websites generated $1.5 billion in wide-ranging investments from private business equity to arts patronage and charitable donations. Last year, crowdfunding websites raised $2.7 billion worldwide from individuals—an 81% increase in one year. And that amount is expected to nearly double again, growing to $5.1 million in 2013. North America is currently the epicenter of crowdfunding, accounting for over 60% of global activity.
Israel’s stock market must find ways to attract more high tech companies, to prevent foreign firms from swooping on unlisted start-ups and making off with the country’s talent, a government panel urged on Tuesday.
After Silicon Valley, Israel is widely considered the world’s second-largest high-tech centre – but not one of its estimated 5,000 start-ups went for an initial public offering (IPO) last year. By contrast, 66 high tech Israeli companies were bought for around $10 billion in total.