Bursa Malaysia Bhd operates within the Security and commodity exchanges sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Bursa Malaysia Bhd with three other
financial institutions in Asia:
Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited
sales of 2.76 billion Indian Rupees [US$41.34 million]
of which 100%
was Investment Advice),
Hirose Tusyo Inc
(4.97 billion Japanese Yen [US$47.85 million]
63 Moons Technologies Ltd
based in India
(2.10 billion Indian Rupees [US$31.40 million]
of which 82%
was STP Technologies).
During the year ended December of 2015, sales at
Bursa Malaysia Bhd were 487.67 million Malaysian Ringgits (US$115.92 million).
increase of 3.5%
versus 2014, when the company's sales were 471.27 million Malaysian Ringgits.
This was the fifth consecutive year of sales increases at Bursa Malaysia Bhd
(and since 2010, sales have increased a total of 47%).
Sales of Others saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
65.3% in 2015, from
10.51 million Malaysian Ringgits to 17.38 million Malaysian Ringgits.
Bursa Malaysia Bhd also saw significant increases in sales in
Derivatives Market (up 16.6% to 100.05 million Malaysian Ringgits)
Holding Company (up 8.0% to 7.46 million Malaysian Ringgits)
Not all segments of Bursa Malaysia Bhd experienced an increase in sales in 2015:
sales of Securities Market fell 1.4% to 362.78 million Malaysian Ringgits.