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.
The FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index was down by 13.9% this quarter as fears of the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic sent global markets plummeting. All equity indices declined sharply in the quarter with the FTSE All World Index falling by 20.0%, the MSCI World was down 20.1% and the S&P 500 closing out its worst quarter since 2008 with a 20 percent loss. No market was spared in the contagion rout.
Global Exchanges Hit By Covid-19 Contagion Fears As FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Down By 7.4% In February
February was a month of two halves. In the first half of the month, the FTSE Mondo Visione Index established a new closing all-time high of 65,546.32. However, fears of a global recession triggered by Covid-19 sent global exchanges into a tailspin, and shares in the world's largest exchange operating groups fell by 7.4% in February, with all but 3 of the 30 constituents of the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index being in negative territory, despite a surge in trading volumes.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Breaks Through 65,000, Up By 5% In January, Nasdaq Up 8.7%, CME Group 8.2% And ICE 7.8%
Despite the spectre of risk presented by the spread of the coronavirus and its implications for the global economy, the FTSE Mondo Visione Index broke through 65,000, establishing a new closing all-time high of 65,167.76 0n 30 January 2020.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Posts 25.3% Gain For 2019, Up 1.6 % In December, Up 3.1% In Q4 - London Stock Exchange Group Top Performer In 2019
Exchange groups continued morphing from utility-like trading centres to hubs of financial data and technology, where exchanges partner with data and technology providers to leverage their brand and market reach and generate new streams of repetitive revenues while growing their profile as innovation leaders. Deutsche Boerse's acquisition of Axioma and the LSEG's proposed acquisition of Refinitiv indicating that a strategic repositioning of exchange groups and market data vendors is now
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchange Index 0.5 % Down In November But BME Up 41.2% On Back Of Potential Bidding War
The FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index, which aims to reflect market sentiment and is a key indicator of exchanges performance closed at 60,910.91 on 29 November 2019, down 0.5% on the month, up 23.3 % Year-to-Date and 18.1 % over 12 months (all in USD terms). The index set a new closing all-time high of 62,355.5 on 6 September 2019.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchange Index 2% Up In October, Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Tops The Leader Board With 19.5% Rise
The FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index, which aims to reflect market sentiment and is a key indicator of exchanges performance closed at 61,242.5 on 31 October 2019, 2% up on the month, up 24% Year-to-Date and 22.4 % over 12 months (all in USD terms). The index set a new closing all-time high of 62,355.5 on 6 September 2019.
FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 5.1 % in Q3 – London Stock Exchange Group Up 29.0% In Q3, HKEX Down 16.9
Despite Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing's surprise bid for the London Stock Exchange Group, the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index lapsed into negative territory in September as markets fret about the global manufacturing recession, the fallout from trade wars on the US economy and a potential no-deal Brexit.
The FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index, which aims to reflect market sentiment and is a key indicator of exchanges performance closed at 60,528.99 on 30 August 2019, 3.7% up on the month, up 22.5% Year-to-Date and 20.2 % over 12 months (all in USD terms). The index set a new closing all-time high of 60,675.24 on 30 August 2019.