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  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index

    Date 10/01/2003

    Standard & Poor's will make the following changes in the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index: After the close of trading on Tuesday, January 14, 2003, Triple G Systems Group Inc. (TSXVN:TGG) will be removed from the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index. The shares of the company will graduate to the Toronto Stock Exchange effective at the open of Wednesday, January 15, 2003.

  • Securities and Exchange Commission Fee Rate Advisory #8 For Fiscal Year 2003

    Date 10/01/2003

    The continuing resolution funding the Securities and Exchange Commission for fiscal 2003 since October 1, 2002 has been extended through January 31, 2003. Therefore, the Section 6(b) fee rate applicable to the registration of securities, the Section 13(e) fee rate applicable to the repurchase of securities, and the Section 14(g) fee rates applicable to proxy solicitations and information statements in corporate control transactions will remain at the current rate of $92.00 per million. The Secti

  • Nymex Names New Senior Vice President Of Finance

    Date 10/01/2003

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., has retained Lewis A. Raibley, III, as its Senior vice president of finance.

  • Nasdaq Liffe Markets Congratulates The Chicago Board of Trade On Selecting LIFFE CONNECT™ As Their Electronic Trading Platform

    Date 10/01/2003

    Nasdaq Liffe Markets (NQLX), congratulates the Chicago Board of Trade on their decision to use the LIFFE CONNECT™ system. As the first U.S. exchange to use LIFFE CONNECT™ as its trading platform, NQLX is pleased to learn that the industry-leading CBOT has made the same decision. LIFFE CONNECT™ is a state-of-the-art electronic trading system and the world's most advanced derivatives trading system, offering unrivalled execution speed and flexibility.

  • Muscat Securities Market Weekly Commentary

    Date 10/01/2003

    The MSM index closed on a decline of 0.7%, at 192 points, on January 2, '03 which marked the closing of the first trading week in the New Year. There were only four trading days in the week due to Dec 31, '02 being the year-end holiday. The week opened on a high of 192.26, but dropped to a low of 191.86 on Dec 30, '02, which was the last trading day of 2002. All the sectors also declined, with the maximum fall being witnessed in the Industry Sector index which recorded a 2.2% decline.

  • Montréal Exchange - Summary Statistical Report 2002

    Date 10/01/2003

    Trading volume on the Montréal Exchange totalled 14.7 million contracts in 2002, up 15% compared with the previous year. The underlying dollar value of the contracts traded on the Montréal Exchange in 2002 represented more than $20 billion, on average, on a daily basis. The number of contracts held, or Open Interest, stood at 1.1 million contracts on December 31, 2002, a 31% increase compared to December 31, 2001.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Monthly Statistical Report December 2002

    Date 10/01/2003

    Turnover

  • Instinet Announces December 2002 Transaction Information

    Date 10/01/2003

    Instinet Group Incorporated (NASDAQ: INET) announced today that its U.S. equity share volume in December 2002 was 10,030 million shares.(1)

  • Futures & Options On The RTS Stock Exchange: Year 2002 In Review

    Date 10/01/2003

    In year 2002 526 trades were executed on FORTS (Futures & Options on the RTS), the derivatives section of the RTS Stock Exchange. Total trading volume reached 22 million contracts or 94,9 billion dollars in underlying value. Daily average volume increased 3,1 times in terms of contracts (to 87,5 thousand contracts) and 3,43 times in terms of underlying value (378 million rubles). Daily trading activity skyrocketed 2.9 times, from 746 to 2 168 trades a day. Total open interest as of December 31,

  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc. Adopts Fair Value Method Of Accounting For Stock Options, Based On New FASB Guidance. Change Will Reduce Variability In Stock-Based Compensation Expense

    Date 10/01/2003

    The Board of Directors of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc. (NYSE, CME) yesterday approved a change in CME's accounting for all of its stock options to the fair value method of accounting. CME will now recognize the expense for stock grants based on Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) No. 123, "Accounting for Stock-Based Compensation." As allowed under a recently approved amendment to SFAS No. 123, this change will be retroactively applied to 2000 and 2001. CME stock optio