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On May 27, 2013 the Moscow Exchange will launch the Blue-Chip Index, the benchmark tracking performance of most liquid and highly capitalized securities of 15 Russian issuers.
From Monday 10 June 2013, Turquoise Derivatives, part of London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), will offer trade reporting in 19 UK single stock options. The underlying stocks are predominantly constituents of either the FTSE 100 or FTSE 250. The new products will clear through LCH.Clearnet Ltd, alongside the current derivatives offering. Until the end of September 2013, no trade reporting, clearing or expiry fees will be charged.
Frankfurt Stock Exchange is now measuring the expectations of private investors for the first time with its Bull/Bear Index. Until now, the indicator only measured the expectations of institutional investors. The survey has now also been extended to include questions on individual securities and point forecasts. In cooperation with Comdirect Bank, around 600 selected private investors provide weekly information on whether they are optimistic or pessimistic about the market. The data is collected every Wednesday and available from 6 p.m. on the website www.boerse-frankfurt.de under “Sentiment Indicators”.
The Vienna Stock Exchange launches a new index, the “ATX Global Players”, which tracks companies that are world market leaders in their niche. The index is calculated and published in euro in real time. The ATX Global Players comprises those companies of the prime market that have at least 20% of sales revenues from outside Europe. The selection is made once a year (in September) and there are no restrictions as to the number of inclusions or removals from the index. The maximum index weighting per company is limited to 20%. The sectors with the highest weightings in the index are: manufacturing technology & machinery (37%), mining & metals (24%), chemicals (11%), petroleum & natural gas (11%).
SIX Financial Information has launched an Income Distribution Service to provide timely and accurate dividend information. During the development phase, SIX worked closely with a client based working group to design a service tailored to the industry’s requirements. A number of leading financial institutions have already subscribed to the new offering.
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