KRX

AcronymDefinition
KRXKorea Exchange (stock market)
KRXKiller Rogues Extreme (gaming)
KRXKorean Recycler's Exchange
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According a study released by the KRX, the benchmark KOSPI closed at 2,038.68 on July 30, down 4.32 percent from its end of June figure.
A journalist walks past an electronic board of the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at the Korea Exchange (KRX) in Seoul, South Korea, January 20, 2016 (REUTERS / Kim Hong-Ji / File Photo / MANILA BULLETIN)
"The Taiwan Stock Exchange has long-term relationships with JPX and KRX," TWSE Chairman Hsu Jan-yau said in a statement.
The company is the parent company of GC Pharma (Green Cross Corporation) (KRX: 006280), the largest protein therapeutics manufacturer in Asia.
IHS Markit announced the launch of two new stock indexes -- KRX-IHS Markit KOSPI 200 Dividend Forecast Yield Top 30 and KRX-IHS Markit KOSPI 200 Dividend Forecast Growth Top 30 -- in alliance with Korea Exchange (KRX), a leading cash and derivatives exchange based in Seoul, South Korea.
Korea Exchange (KRX), the sole securities exchange operator in South Korea headquartered in the country's second largest city of Busan, said it has plans to expand further into Southeast Asia and Central Asia and eventually to the Middle East and North Africa with its own trading platform and through buying stakes of frontier market stock exchanges.
Dubai: Korea Exchange, or KRX, North Asian equities and derivatives operator, and DME, premier energy futures and commodities exchange in the Middle East, have signed a memorandum of understanding, or MoU, to strengthen their cooperation in promoting the development of commodity futures contracts and in particular crude oil.
Kyoungsoo Choi, Chairman and CEO of KRX, said, "I am delighted to sign this cooperation agreement which marks a milestone in our relationship with DME.
Under the memorandum of understanding (MoU), KRX and DME will work together to develop crude oil futures trading in Korea, with a particular focus on developing an energy trading ecosystem around the National Oil Hub Project in Ulsan, Korea, said a statement.
State-controlled KRX is rapidly expanding, as are other Asian exchanges, which makes them very appealing for peers around the world, the FT commented.
The first occupier of the industrial complex is Hyundai Heavy Industries (KRX:009540), which is currently building an European distribution centre there.