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Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) formerly known as Australian Stock Exchange, was established in 1987 as a merger of six state stock exchanges by Australian Parliament legislation. It was the first exchange across the world to list its shares on its local market.

ASX primary function is to facilitate financial market operations, clearinghouse, and payment systems. Also, it ensures compliance with trading regulations and advice investors on money markets. The exchange is listed among the leading top 10 exchange worldwide. It provides real-time trading information on market shares, product releases, futures, terms of contracts, warrants, securities, and other essential news on investment opportunities. Today, the world’s leading stocks trade on ASX such as Commonwealth Bank, Telstra, National Australia Bank, BHPP and others across the globe. 

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Virgin Money says the UK’s banking industry is likely to remain under pressure due to Brexit uncertainty

As per an announcement on Tuesday, Virgin Money reported the first quarter to have seen a sharp growth in the loan book. The financial services company cited strong business lending to have contributed to the better than expected loan book growth. It, however, also accentuated that the banking industry at large is likely to remain uncerta...

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