Taiwan targets liquidity for stock exchange

The Taiwan Stock Exchange Corp (TWSE) took steps this week to repair years of anaemic trading on its stock market. It faces an uphill battle, however, as Taiwanese investors are jumping on the A-share bandwagon, draining liquidity from the country's volume-poor market.

  • By John Loh
  • 04 Jun 2015

Effective June 1, it has lifted the daily price limit for Taiwan-traded stocks from 7% to 10%. It also expanded the list of stocks available for day trading, and has improved disclosure of trading prices and volumes during pre-opening and closing.

It has also eased curbs on securities ...

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