The Financial Services Agency on Wednesday called for cutting the number of markets at the Tokyo Stock Exchange to three from the current four to streamline its structure and attract more investment.
In a reform plan drafted by a study group, the FSA also proposed slimming down the composition of the Topix index of all first section issues on the TSE by excluding those whose trading volumes remain sluggish.
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