- Financial Times•2 days ago
The only way is Essex for traders at the London Metal Exchange for the rest of the summer as the exchange's head office remains shut for business. Traders on the exchange's open outcry trading floor were ...
- Reuters•3 days ago
Hong Kong and Singapore are taking steps to curb the regulatory powers of their local bourses to remove a perceived conflict of interest and improve the quality of listed companies. In Hong Kong and Singapore local exchanges act as front-line regulators, meaning they police the same companies that pay their revenues and shareholder dividends. This conflicting role has led Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKEX) open to the trading of companies that later got embroiled in several accounting scandals.
|52wk Range||1.14 - 2.30|
|Day's Range||1.39 - 1.41|
|Avg Vol (3m)||776,284|
As of 3:58 AM EDT. Market closed.