Singapore Exchange on Friday reported unchanged second-quarter net profit, with revenues from its largest equities and fixed income division posting a drop in the quarter.
SGX, a global centre for business trusts and real estate investment trusts, reported a net profit of S$88 million for the three months ended December 31, unchanged from a year ago.
Revenue gained 3 percent to S$205 million in the quarter, SGX said in a regulatory filing.
Revenue from the bourse's equities and fixed income division - which contributes nearly half to the overall revenue - declined 4 percent to S$97.5 million in the period.
Revenue from its derivatives business advanced 11 percent to S$83.3 million, while the issuer services business revenue was up 4 percent.
Listing revenue grew 3 percent following a higher number of new bond and equity listings, with 289 bond listings raising S$103.5 billion.
SGX saw 7 new listings raising S$1.6 billion while secondary equity funds raised amounted to S$2.1 billion.
"Besides expecting more listings, we will strengthen our Asian derivatives foothold through new product offerings in equities, commodities and FX," Loh Boon Chye, Chief Executive Officer of SGX, said in a statement.
"Synergies with the Baltic Exchange are also coming through with more Asian members and a new LNG Index in the pipeline."
SGX declared an interim dividend of 5 cents per share.
Shares in the company ended up 1.5 percent at S$7.98 on Friday.