listing in Singapore

listing in Singapore

Regulators will impose a minimum trading price of S$0.20 for mainboard shares because low-priced securities are more susceptible to excessive speculation and potential market manipulation, according to an Aug. 1 statement from the Monetary Authority of Singapore and Singapore Exchange Ltd. (SGX) The city-state will start requiring investors to lodge collateral worth 5 percent of trades and provide more information about short positions. It also plans to reduce the lot size for transactions. listing in Singapore