SGX-Bursa Malaysia stock trading link to improve liquidity in both markets A Singapore Exchange logo sits outside their head office in Singapore April 22, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su/Files Shiwen Yap February 6, 2018 Premium The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has announced a collaboration with the Bursa Malaysia (BM) on jointly developing their capital markets through a stock market trading link. Continue reading this story with a subscription to DealStreetAsia. Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in Should your colleagues be reading this article too? Contact us for corporate subscriptions at email@example.com. Just-In Trending Solar energy firm Xinyi said to postpone up to $582m Hong Kong IPO SoftBank IPO said to generate 2-3 times demand from large investors Bermuda court hands lifeline to Noble Group, approves restructuring Thailand’s 500 TukTuks II invests over $1m across six startups Vietnam: Vingroup sets up new subsidiary Vingroup Ventures, hires CEO Now Vietnam finds Grab-Uber merger anti-competitive Singapore’s Grab snags $150m from Japanese automaker Yamaha Indonesia’s Go-Jek launches beta app in Thailand Vietnam: VNG co-founder’s ride-hailing service Be Group set to launch operations Alibaba-backed Lazada names new CEO for second time in 2018 You are subscribed to our mailing list.