FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 7.2 % In December, Up 8.9% In Q4 2020, Up 17.1% In 2020, Closing All-Time High Set On Last Trading Day Of Year
In a tumultuous year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic, financial markets have seen a return to the kind of volatility last seen a decade earlier in the financial crisis. No matter how well they are managed, exchanges are still sensitive with respect to the direction of the market. One way to view them is as a call on the next bull market – they remain profitable in a bear market and could become interesting money machines in the next upturn.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 8.9 % In November, Hellenic Exchanges Top Performer, HKEX Largest Exchange By Market Capitalisation
Shares in the world's largest exchange operating groups rose by 8.9% in November, with all but 5 of the 32 constituents of the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index being in positive territory. The Index closed at 67,638.94 points, up from the October close of 62,119,09.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Down By 6.7 % In October, Aquis Exchange Top Performer In October, HKEX Largest Exchange By Market Capitalisation
Shares in the world's largest exchange operating groups fell by 6.7% in October, with all but 5 of the 32 constituents of the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index being in negative territory. with the Index closing at the end of the month at 62,119.09 points, down from 66,604.18 on 30 September 2020.
Boursa Kuwait Securities, Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange And Aquis Exchange Join FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index
Boursa Kuwait Securities, Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange and Aquis Exchange were added to the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index effective market open on Wednesday 28 October 2020.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Down 5.2 % In September, Up 6.0% In Q3 2020, Nairobi Securities Exchange Top Performer In September, CME Group Largest Exchange By Market Capitalisation
Shares of exchange operators have mostly performed well over pass six months with the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index up by 25% over six months. The engine for exchanges has been elevated trading levels.
Shares in the world's largest exchange operating groups rose by 4.9% in August, with all but 4 of the 30 constituents of the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index being in positive territory, and the index, which aims to reflect market sentiment and is a key indicator of exchanges performance, setting a new closing all-time high of 70,221 on 31 August, 2020 the last trading day of the month
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Sets New Closing All-Time High Of 68,056.41, Index Up 6.6% In July
HKEX ended July as the world's largest exchange operator by market capitalisation.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 2.3 % In June, Up 17.9% In Q2 2020, HKEX Top Performer In June
The three months to the end of June have seen the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index up by 17.9% as lockdowns meant to slowdown the spread of COVID-19 eased. Global markets recovered some of their huge losses in Q1 with the FTSE All World Index up by 218.6%, the MSCI All Country World Index was up 18% and the S&P 500 up by 20 percent in Q2.
Singapore Exchange Shares Drop Most Since 2003 On end Of MSCI Licence - FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up By 6.7% In May
The stock price of the Singapore Exchange plunged on Wednesday 27th May after MSCI announced that it had signed a licensing agreement with Hong Kong Futures Exchange, a subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, to introduce 37 futures and options contracts. MSCI also announced that it intended to continue to license the MSCI Singapore Index to the Singapore Exchange for a listed futures contract, in addition to allowing HKEX to list a contract on the index. The license to SGX for
Governments and central banks have taken several emergency measures to offset the sudden cratering of national economies. Interest rates were cut, large-scale asset purchases implemented, and facilities were set up to pump liquidity into many corners of financial markets. These measures had a calming effect on markets that had been hit by extreme volatility since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.