Cambodia's capital market regulator announced yesterday that it would suspend the issuance of new central counterparty licences to derivatives trading firms, claiming that capping the market at four was sufficient to serve current demand.
Foreign trading on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) is dominated by investors from China, Japan and Taiwan, according to the stock exchange’s 2016 fact book, published on Friday.
A new online trading platform is being developed to spur interest in Cambodia’s sleepy stock market by allowing traders to access the exchange remotely via software compatible with smartphones, a bourse spokesman said yesterday.
The lacklustre performance of Cambodia’s stock exchange, which has attracted only four companies since it launched in 2011 and whose stocks see days without a single trade, is expected to turn a corner soon, capital markets experts said during a panel discussion yesterday.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) announced the two winners of the My First Stock Challenge, a 40-day trading competition on the real market that aims to give new and existing investors firsthand experience in trading.
A new block trading platform has been developed to spur interest in Cambodia’s languid stock market by allowing individuals and institutional investors to trade large volumes of shares outside daily market operations, a bourse spokesman said yesterday.
The Cambodian Securities Exchange (CSX) will hold a real-market stock-trading competition in a bid to raise public awareness and increase liquidity, it said in a statement yesterday.
The Cambodian Securities Exchange (CSX) has registered Golden Fortune (Cambodia) Securities Plc as the exchange’s first liquidity provider, allowing the securities firm to facilitate trading by buying or selling shares in a stock when other individual traders are not available or willing to deal.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) officially began receiving applications for liquidity providers yesterday as part of an initiative to boost market liquidity, it said in a press release.
Six weeks since the close of the fiscal first half, none of the four listed companies on Cambodia’s stock exchange have issued their required half-year financial statements, and one firm has not disclosed any financial data since 2014 – casting doubts on the tiny bourse’s commitment to enforcing basic disclosure rules.