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S'pore bourse points to "uncertainty" caused by court action; MAS urges speedy resolution to row The Singapore Exchange (SGX) will head for arbitration in India to thrash out its ongoing dispute with the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), with NSE fighting to stop SGX from launching new derivatives products meant to address SGX's impending loss of Nifty 50 futures contracts.
On Tuesday, the Bombay High Court said the decision on the injunction is expected to be settled by June 16.
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"SGX will contest the interim injunction and reserves all rights in respect of damages caused by IISL's action." SGX will also continue listing SGX Nifty contracts until August this year, as contractually provided for under its licence agreement.
But SGX highlighted the "uncertainty" that the court action has caused, noting the adverse impact on international investors who need to manage the risks of their exposures to the Indian market.
In April, this was down 14 per cent over the month to 1.65 million contracts.
The Business Times understands that a cross-border trading link allowing investors in Singapore to trade derivatives on exchanges in the Gujarat tax-free zone, or Gift City, is also off the table at this point.
A prolonged dispute will impact the accessibility of the Indian equities market to international investors," the spokesman said.The move drew sharp criticism from global index manager MSCI, which called it an "unprecedented anti-competitive action".The ongoing conflict has ripped at an 18-year collaboration between SGX and its Indian counterpart.This "significantly diminishes access to, and interest in the capital markets in India", it added."SGX remains open to a collaborative long-term solution that will benefit Indian markets." Observers point out that there remain question marks over whether an Indian high court has jurisdiction over the case, given that the products in dispute are to be traded in Singapore.