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  • *Hufeld says London should not keep euro-trading. FRANKFURT, June 28- Germany's financial market regulator delivered a double blow to London on Tuesday, saying it could not host the headquarters of a planned European stock exchange giant after Britain leaves the EU, and nor could it remain a centre for trading in euros. Felix Hufeld, who heads the Bafin regulator,...

  • FRANKFURT, June 27- Some Deutsche Boerse shareholders are urging the exchanges group to seek more favorable terms in its planned merger with the London Stock Exchange Group after Britain's vote last week to leave the European Union. Some shareholders also said German regulators might not accept the companies' plan to make London the legal base for the...

  • Volume on U.S. exchanges Friday totaled 15.3 billion, the highest since August 2011, according to Bats Global Markets, with Britain's vote to leave the European Union also rattling investors. A final list of the changes also is due to be released on Monday, but Wall Street analysts said preliminary lists of the changes showed that in the Russell 2000 small company...

  • *UK vote does not hurt merger rationale- exchanges. FRANKFURT, June 24- London Stock Exchange Group Plc and Deutsche Boerse vowed on Friday to press ahead with a $30 billion merger despite Britain's vote to leave the European Union. "The combined group's capabilities, including global reach, distribution network across Europe, Asia and America, brand strength,...

  • *Futures on Wall St's VIX fear gauge jump. SAN FRANCISCO, June 24- Futures on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq plummeted 5 percent early on Friday and triggered overnight circuit breakers after Britain's vote to quit the European Union catapulted global markets into turmoil. Britain's FTSE 100 stock index slumped 7 percent in early trade.

  • FRANKFURT, June 24- Exchange operators London Stock Exchange Group Plc and Deutsche Boerse on Friday said they were pressing ahead with their $30 billion merger in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union. The exchanges said the outcome of the referendum did not affect the compelling strategic rationale of their merger and they would continue to...

  • *Shares In London Stock Exchange Group fall as much as 15.9 percent after Brexit vote.

  • BRIEF-LSE SAYS REMAINS COMMITTED TO DEUTSCHE BOERSE DEAL@. June 24- London Stock Exchange Group Plc. *Statement by LSEG and Deutsche Börse.

  • June 23- S&P 500 and Nasdaq E-mini futures plummeted as much as 5 percent early on Friday, triggering overnight circuit breakers as global markets reeled from Britain's vote to quit the European Union. The drastic drops in U.S. stock index futures prices suggest Wall Street will open with steep losses later in the day as the historic referendum sent investors...

  • HONG KONG/ SYDNEY, June 23- Singapore Exchange Ltd said it has raised the amount of cash firms must pledge to cover trading positions due to an expected rise in market volatility linked to Britain's vote on whether to exit the European Union. Asia's markets will be the first to open in the wake of a landmark referendum on Thursday that will see UK citizens decide...

  • HONG KONG, June 23- Singapore Exchange Ltd said it has raised the amount of cash firms must pledge to cover trading positions due to an expected rise in market volatility linked to Britain's vote on whether to exit the European Union. Asia's markets will be the first to open in the wake of a landmark referendum on Thursday that will see UK citizens decide whether or...

  • HONG KONG, June 23- Singapore Exchange Ltd said it has raised the amount of cash firms must pledge to cover trading positions due to an expected rise in market volatility linked to Britain's vote on whether to exit the European Union. "SGX has been assessing the potential impact of the UK's referendum on the country's EU membership," Agnes Koh, Chief Risk Officer, SGX...

  • June 22- CME Group said on Wednesday it has doubled the special price fluctuation limits for all currency futures and options, as the exchange operator prepares for potentially wider trading ranges in relation to the upcoming Brexit vote.

  • LONDON, June 21- Swiss investment bank UBS warned its clients on Tuesday it may fail to execute some orders on its electronic trading platform should this week's Brexit referendum affect liquidity or cause extreme volatility. The UK votes on Thursday on whether to stay or leave the European Union. Earlier this week, Dutch lender ING and French bank Societe...

  • SINGAPORE, June 22- Chicago corn edged higher on Wednesday after hitting a near one-month low earlier in the session, facing headwinds from improving prospects for the U.S. crop. After the close, the CME Group, parent of the Chicago Board of Trade, said it would change the daily trading limit in corn to 40 cents a bushel for Wednesday's session, expanding from the...

  • LONDON, June 21- Swiss investment bank UBS warned its clients on Tuesday it may fail to execute some orders on its electronic trading platform should this week's Brexit referendum affect liquidity or cause extreme volatility. The UK votes on Thursday on whether to stay or leave the European Union. Earlier this week, Dutch lender ING and French bank Societe...

  • A television screen displays news about the U.S. Federal Reserve's announcement while traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S.

    In a world where markets move at lightning speed, the IEX has won a victory by staking its business model on slower trading.

  • NEW YORK, June 17- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has granted the hotly debated request by alternative trading group IEX Group Inc to launch a new U.S. public stock exchange, a move likely to intensify arguments over current market structure. Other exchanges, including Nasdaq, the New York Stock Exchange and BATS Global Markets, have vigorously...

  • SEC set to decide on IEX

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the SEC's decision on whether or not to allow IEX to operate as a national stock exchange.

  • HONG KONG, June 14- Some four years after shelling out a top-of-the-market $2.2 billion for the London Metal Exchange, it appears owners Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing are still battling to make the venerable old Western institution work with China, the new and dominant center for metal demand. HKEx Chief Executive Charles Li used the LME Week Asia seminar...