SGX rolls out total return futures for Asia

Singapore Exchange (SGX) has introduced net total return futures on four Asian markets.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 12 Jun 2017

The futures are active for the MSCI Taiwan net total return (USD) index, the MSCI China free net total return (USD) index, the MSCI India net total return (USD) index and the MSCI Indonesia net total return (USD) index.

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