Exchange Invest Festive Edition 2548: 2023 Preview
Sporttrade Inc. offers users a betting exchange through which they can trade sports bets as if they were stocks.
Exchange Invest 2053: Coinbase ‘Converts’ Sub $250
CME doubles down on Cushing as centre of oil settlement with retail punting tokens, er, Micro futures, delivering an almost car by car granularity to hedging your crude.
062 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast 12 September
The Ho Chi Minh stock exchange in Vietnam: They increased their profits by 19% year on year in the first six months to 238 billion local dollars, which is 10.3 million US dollars.
048 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast
Over in Kazakhstan, the stock exchange perhaps as part of their competitive attempt to arrest more business from the newer Astana international exchange.
Exchange Invest 1675: Chai to Nasdaq as GIFT Looks to Gold
Issue 1675 of Exchange Invest coincides with the year King Charles II of England placed the foundation stone of the Royal Greenwich Observatory in London, to begin construction.
Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast 028
Bombay Stock Exchange, a curious announcement on new product: they're looking to introduce a futures contract on Brent crude oil.
Exchange Invest 1560: Aramco IPO News & More
Currently Aramco considering 2 tier, Tadawul than international listing, with London and HK out of the frame it seems.
Exchange Invest Issue 1009: JUNE 6 2017
Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates moved to cut off land, sea and air routes to the energy-rich nation of Qatar, accusing it of supporting regional terror groups.
Exchange Invest Issue 907: JANUARY 10 2017
The City of London is suffering today as Britain seems to be regaining the striking disease… Underground workers are amongst many rail workers (sic?) making life a misery for commuters in mid-winter.
Exchange Invest Issue 789: July 11, 2016
The BSE plans to start an international stock exchange in the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) in Gandhinagar.
The GIFT Horse?
FMC-Sebi merger needs to be handed carefully to ensure domain knowledge is not lost. Equally, future appointments to Sebi need to be very much above board and based on meritocracy