The stock exchange has “no plans” to change trading rules on the futures market, it said on Tuesday, as it struggled to stem the flow of dollars from the yuan to the market.
In a statement, it was reported that the stock exchange had been preparing to start a series of “market events” and that the new rules would allow “all trading venues to offer futures trading, including futures futures contracts”.
It said it would make changes to its trading rules “as necessary” to protect investors, but would not make any changes until it had a more “detailed and detailed” assessment of what those changes would mean.
“We are not in the business of tinkering with rules,” a spokesperson said.
“The exchanges are not a central bank, we are not regulators.
We are a marketplace, a marketplace of people who wish to trade in the marketplace.”
It was not clear how much of the currency that moves to the exchange is trading on the market, or how much is “futures”.
“The exchange has a long-term view on the yuan,” it said.
“We have been working hard to ensure that we can make sure the yuan continues to move as we have been doing for over a year.”
The Shanghai Stock Exchange said it has “zero plans” at this stage to change the rules on futures trading.
The exchange said it had been working with the CFTC to develop “new and effective regulations for the futures trading market”.
“We have seen a significant volume of trades in the futures markets over the past month and the exchanges are taking this very seriously,” the spokesperson said, adding that the exchanges would not be releasing any trading data until it has a “detached assessment” of the changes.
In an earlier statement, the exchange said: “The exchange is not a regulator.
A spokesperson for the CFTF said the CFTR was working with exchanges to ensure the rules remained “comfortable and robust” in order to make sure markets were functioning “without disruption”.””
We do not regulate the market.”
A spokesperson for the CFTF said the CFTR was working with exchanges to ensure the rules remained “comfortable and robust” in order to make sure markets were functioning “without disruption”.
“As we have said before, the CFTP and exchanges work together to ensure they are compliant with regulatory requirements and the regulatory requirements for the exchanges, the market and the trading environment,” the spokesman said.
The CFTC said it was in the “final stages” of finalising the regulations for futures trading and that it was working on a report on the risks of futures markets.
However, it also said it expected to have a “further assessment” in the coming months.
It said that in the case of an “adverse transaction” in a futures market the CFTA was “currently assessing the matter”.
“It will take a few weeks before the matter can be considered, and then, as is customary, the matter will be referred to the Federal Reserve,” it added.
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