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The prospects for the integration of the Jasdaq and Osaka bourse operators are still uncertain, as Jasdaq also rejected last Monday a proposal to unify its trading platform with that of the Osaka bourse.
member bourse of the WFDB has announced that they will participate in the exchange and establish a Web page at www.
Summary: Les Bourses europeennes evoluaient en baisse hier mardi, encore deprimees par les propos de l'Allemagne qui ont douche les espoirs d'une resolution rapide de la crise et alors que Moody's n'exclut pas un changement de perspective pour la notation de dette de la France.
Nasdaq, as well as other overseas bourses like the Shenzhen market,'' Tsutsui said.
It is considering working for other bourses in the field of regulation in the future, TSE officials said.
An ETF tracking the SSE 50 has been traded on some overseas bourses including the Hong Kong bourse and Japanese investors could trade it via certain brokerages.
Top regulatory officers from stock exchanges in Asia, the United States and Europe gathered in Tokyo on Monday to discuss how bourses should secure fair trading.
The combination of the two bourses is expected to be formally completed Dec.
In taking the first disciplinary actions against the two bourses, the FSA also said they are not prepared for potential system failures.
Speaking before a panel advising Kaoru Yosano, minister in charge of economic and fiscal policy, which discusses the role of bourses, TSE President Taizo Nishimuro said, ''Without going public, it is difficult to have capital-tie up with foreign bourses.
The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission began inspection of the Fukuoka Stock Exchange and Sapporo Securities Exchange Monday in view of November's trading suspension at the two bourses, SESC officials said.
The FSA also told the Sapporo and Fukuoka bourses to submit reports on details about their respective system troubles, the officials said.