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*CEO says addressing technical issues to push London launch. SINGAPORE, Dec 5- CME Group says the delayed launch of its first overseas bourse could come in London in the first quarter of 2014, as the top U.S. futures market operator intensifies its focus on overseas growth.
FRANKFURT, Nov 19- German stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse has no interest in buying European exchange group Euronext, sources close to Deutsche Boerse told Reuters on Tuesday.
NEW YORK, Nov 14- Americas Trading System Brasil plans to open as a stock exchange in Brazil next November with partner firms to be announced within weeks, the CEO of the upstart said on Thursday.
Nov 4- Investors will have their first opportunity at using options to hedge their bets or speculate on the direction of Twitter Inc shares in two weeks when U.S. options exchanges are expected to list contracts on the stock. A spokeswoman for exchange operator CBOE Holdings Inc said on Monday that it has not announced a date for listing Twitter options.
NEW YORK, Oct 29- The World Federation of Exchanges, the trade association for the operators of regulated financial exchanges, said on Tuesday it will move its headquarters to London from Paris by year-end to help it better engage with the global financial community.
The negotiations have been bogged down for months, pitting Britain against Germany and France.
*NYSE, Nasdaq asked for timeline of Thursday's trading halt. *SEC to meet with exchange chiefs Sept 12. NEW YORK/ WASHINGTON, Aug 27- Regulators are questioning how robust Nasdaq OMX Group's systems are after last week's massive trading outage, while shrugging off a spat with NYSE Euronext as a distraction, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
The meeting with SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White would address "the market dissemination system involved in last week's halt, as well as other critical market systems and infrastructure issues," the SEC said.
Aug 26- After three years of on-again, off-again deal talks, BATS Global Markets Inc Chief Executive Joe Ratterman and Direct Edge Holdings LLC's Bill O'Brien met in April over lunch at a restaurant in New York's Tribeca neighborhood.
Aug 26- Goldman Sachs Group Inc lost tens of millions of dollars after a computer glitch led to a flood of erroneous options trades last week, a source close to the matter said on Monday. Earlier, the Financial Times reported that Goldman Sachs put four senior technology specialists on administrative leave as a result of the trading mishap.
*Euro STOXX 50 down 0.2 pct, Italy's MIB down 1.8 pct. Italy's FTSE MIB index dropped 1.8 percent and the country's bond yields rose after members of Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right party warned they would bring down the government if the former premier is expelled from parliament over a recent conviction.
LONDON, Aug 21- IntercontinentalExchange has hired three banks to advise on the listing of Euronext, whose sale is crucial to its $8.2 billion takeover of NYSE Euronext, three sources familiar with the situation said.
BERLIN, Aug 19- The German government is in talks with Deutsche Boerse on relaunching the "Neuer Markt", the market for technology stocks which soared during the Internet boom of the late 1990 s before shutting six years later when share values collapsed.
WASHINGTON, Aug 16- The Chicago Stock Exchange will pay $300,000 to settle civil charges accusing the exchange operator of violating market rules designed to protect investors from having their trades executed at inferior prices, U.S. regulators said.
*France's CAC outperforms, LVMH results impress. *Financials drag on FTSE 100 ahead of banks' earnings. LONDON, July 26- Germany's benchmark index led European shares lower on Friday as a spate of underwhelming company results helped it to underperform its southern European peers.
LONDON, July 26- The DAX led European shares lower on Friday as Germany's benchmark index underperformed its southern European peers, weighed on by a recent spate of underwhelming company results.
*Deutsche Boerse, ThyssenKrupp among main fallers. Deutsche Boerse fell 3.8 percent after its second-quarter earnings slightly missed the consensus forecast. Steelmaker ThyssenKrupp also fell nearly 4 percent after a media report that late-stage talks over the sale of an unprofitable unit had hit a snag, while carmaker Daimler dipped 1.9 percent.
BRUSSELS, July 1- EU watchdogs have charged 13 top investment banks with blocking exchanges' access to the lucrative credit derivatives market, hitting the sector with the latest in a growing list of regulatory headaches.
BRUSSELS, July 1- Financial data company Markit, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association and 13 banks were charged with blocking two exchanges from entering the credit derivatives market in the last decade in breach of EU antitrust rules.
*Turkey promoting Istanbul as regional financial hub. The listing is a major part of Turkey's ambitions to make Istanbul a regional financial hub.