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  • Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited: HK & China Gas Futures And Options Contracts To Be Adjusted

    Date 18/04/2002

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) will adjust its Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited (HKG) Futures contract and its HKG Options contract as a result of the company's decision to issue one bonus share for every 10 existing shares. The minimum margins to be collected by an Exchange Participants from its clients in respect of their dealings in HKG Futures contracts will also be adjusted with effect from 22 April 2002.

  • FTSE/Xinhua Appoints Amex Chairman Salvatore F. Sodano To International Index Committee

    Date 18/04/2002

    Salvatore F. Sodano, chairman & CEO of the American Stock Exchange, has been appointed to the FTSE/Xinhua Index Committee which oversees the FTSE/Xinhua China series of domestic indexes for Mainland China, which are designed to be used by both foreign and domestic investors. Mr. Sodano joins a respected group of international financial executives from companies such as Hang Seng Investment Management, Barclays Global Investors, Nomura Securities, Hewitt Associates, and Long Investment Management

  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc. Shareholders Elect 10 To Board Of Directors, Authorize An Additional Board Position For Mcnulty

    Date 18/04/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc. (CME Holdings) today announced the election results from its annual meeting yesterday. Shareholders elected 10 directors to two-year terms expiring in 2004. In addition, shareholders authorized by the requisite number of votes a charter amendment increasing the size of the Board from 19 to 20 and enabling the Board to appoint James J. McNulty, CME Holdings' President and Chief Executive Officer, to that newly created directorship.

  • CBOT Makes Temporary Adjustments To Pricing Structure

    Date 18/04/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) yesterday announced that the exchange will make certain temporary pricing changes consistent with the overall goals of the CBOT's pricing strategy. In all cases, these changes represent temporary waivers of established rates and fees. None of these changes would remain in effect beyond December 31, 2002 unless specifically extended by later action of the CBOT®Board of Directors.

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In S&P Canadian Indices

    Date 17/04/2002

    Standard & Poor's will make the following change in the S&P/TSE Canadian Telecommunications Services Sector Index:

  • SFE Corporation Limited Welcomes Two New Official Market Makers In SFE SPI 200<SUP>TM</SUP> Options.

    Date 17/04/2002

    SFE Corporation Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Optiver Australia Pty Ltd and Timber Hill Australia Pty Ltd as Official Market Makers in SFE SPI 200TM options. The introduction of Official Market Makers is part of a series of initiatives designed to enhance the SFE SPI 200TM options market for both institutional and retail investors.

  • Oslo Børs: Introduction Of The New Trading System Delayed

    Date 17/04/2002

    Following testing of its new trading system and related systems over the weekend, Oslo Børs has decided to delay the final implementation of the new system. The reasons for the delay include the need to complete a stable period of internal operation before use of the system is extended to investment firms. The final date for implementation will be announced on 27 April following further comprehensive testing.

  • OM AB Interim Report January - March 2002

    Date 17/04/2002

    Highlights Revenue totaled SEK 703 m (785) Income before depreciation increased to SEK 119 m (94) Income after financial items was SEK 26 m (25) Earnings per share were SEK 0.23 (0.73) Weak markets New organization Reduced costs

  • Nymex President Commends EIA On Decision To Announce Storage Data During Open Outcry Trading Hours

    Date 17/04/2002

    J. Robert Collins, Jr., president of the New York Mercantile Exchange, today commended the Energy Information Administration (EIA) for its decision to release weekly natural gas storage data earlier on Thursdays at 10:30 AM, coinciding with open outcry trading hours.

  • Important U.S. Regulatory Decision For Canadian Securities Secondary Trading By U.S. Investors

    Date 17/04/2002

    The North American Securities Administrators' Association (NASAA) has approved a "model exemption" for the secondary trading of all Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) listed securities by U.S. investors. This exemption will help facilitate the secondary trading in the U.S. of TSX securities that are not listed on a U.S. exchange. (NB: Canadian based interlisted trading will not be affected by this decision.) NASAA is a voluntary association of North American state, provincial and territorial securit