Exchange Invest 1609: Keep Libor: DC-based Bank Critic
CME results exemplify the new volatile market phase presaging a derivatives profit bonanza and a plea to retain Libor from a perhaps surprising quarter...
Exchange Invest 1595: SS-IU for CMU As EU Seeks To Go Free Market
CMU becoming SSIU as Eurozone financial centres are in meltdown at their failure to rent asunder the City of London.
Exchange Invest 1593: No HKEX Bid for LSE
HKEX bid for LSE off as EU-UK Brexit deal looks to be off too.
Exchange Invest 1592: LSE Bid Looming?
An interesting week ahead as we await news of Hong Kong pursuing what a fair number of shareholders appear open to ...
Exchange Invest 1589: SIP Stress & More In Data Wars
BIST splits segments, SIP stress and data wars, Sebi bashes unlisted CP and more...
Exchange Invest 1586: Nasdaq Sells Scila stake
Cinnober stake in Scila sold by Nasdaq amongst many other interesting nuggets today...
Exchange Invest 1585 Weekly Podcast
Issue 1585 of Exchange Invest coincides with the year Thomas Tallis, the English composer died (born c. 1510).
Exchange Invest 1584: GPW Goes VC
There are lots of good nuggets today albeit my mind is still on the Open SETL framework from yesterday...
Exchange Invest 1582: HKEX-LSE Bosses Layout Their Stalls
Charles Li and David Schwimmer indirectly clash at SIBOS
Exchange Invest 1580: It's BAKKT To The Futures
It’s Bakkt To The Futures as Cryptocurrency Gets A Grown Up Digital Exchange...not before time.
Exchange Invest Weekly 014
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the business of bourses, all the news that's fit to pith in a podcast. It's the Exchange Invest Weekly with me, Patrick L Young.
Exchange Invest 1579 Weekly Podcast
HKEX-LSEG, JSE surrounded by protesters, CFTC Vs EU on CCP and much more
Exchange Invest 1575: Good Aquis Results, BIS Survey & More
Excellent results for Aquis.
Exchange Invest 1574: PLY on HKEX & More
Lots of stories about HKEX-LSE lead the day... including my latest for the Centre for Policy Studies' CapX web site.
Exchange Invest 1572: HKEX-LSE Sinophobia of the Times?
Lots of white middle aged men don't like the HKEX deal... with clear exceptions.