Singapore Exchange, which trades under the symbol SGX, is Asia's most international stock exchange and central financial clearing house, according to SGX. Based in Singapore, the exchange focuses on China, India and Japan, the three largest economies in Asia. Singapore Exchange has offices in Beijing, Shanghai, India, London and Tokyo.
Incorporated in 1999, Singapore Exchange functions as a securities market, a derivatives market and hosts other operations, according to Bloomberg. Singapore Exchange offers listing, trading and connectivity services, and American depository receipts and business trusts. Commodities that the exchange offers include energy, rubber, metals and oil. It also offers consulting, computer and software maintenance.