SINGAPORE (Mar 13):  Singapore Exchange is benefiting from the frenzied buying and selling of assets that the coronavirus outbreak has triggered.
The bourse, which allows the exchange of products from Singaporean shares to FTSE China A50 Index and currency futures, saw its securities market’s trading surge 44% to $27.5 billion  in February from the same period a year ago. Derivatives volume hit a record 1.24 million contracts, it said on March 9.

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