New five-minute trading session will allow participants to execute fixed-price orders at the closing auction price; consultation open until 11 October.
The agreement seeks to create a dual listing mechanism for masala and foreign-currency bonds issued by Indian companies.
The CSRC will ban or impose penalties on firms engaging that help companies with low creditworthiness issue debt in exchange for under-the-table payments.
Latest disciplinary action follows a FSA fine earlier this year, after a dealer manipulated the JGB futures market using the firm's proprietary trading account.
Korea Exchange members can now directly market options on local indexes and 31 individual stocks to US institutional investors.
Foreign investors with direct exposure to commodities can trade commodity derivatives in India. BSE and NSE to start offering commodity derivatives from 1 October.
The CSRC is looking to avoid the spread of negative sentiment among retail investors as the Shanghai Composite Index falls to a three year low amid trade war tensions.
Modern market infrastructure and the volumes of data they bring present a challenge to central banks in the way they monitor markets to fulfil their mandates.
Securities Commission has liberalised its framework for retail investment in bond and sukuk products, effective from 11 October.
The new caps link total expense ratios to assets under management, in a bid to pass on the benefits of scale to investors and improve transparency in the industry.