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  • Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited To Join The NASDAQ-100 Index Beginning November 7, 2002

    Date 01/11/2002

    Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited's American Depositary Receipt (NASDAQ:TEVA) will become a component of the NASDAQ-100 Index® (NASDAQ:NDX), effective at the beginning of trading Thursday, November 7, 2002. Teva will also be included in the NASDAQ-100 Index Tracking StockSM (Amex:QQQ). Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited will replace Concord EFS, Inc.

  • SGX Derivatives Volume Grows 39% In October - MSCI Taiwan & Singapore Futures Break Records

    Date 01/11/2002

    Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) today announced that its derivatives trading volume for the month of October 2002 grew 39.1% to 3,317,764 contracts, compared to 2,385,536 contracts in October 2001. Total volume from January to October 2002 grew 13.0% to 28,824,293 contracts, from 25,500,075 contracts during the same period last year.

  • Securities and Exchange Commission: Chief Accountant Is Seeking Candidates For Two Professional Accounting Fellow Positions

    Date 01/11/2002

    The Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of the Chief Accountant announced that it is now accepting applications for two Professional Accounting Fellow (PAF) positions in the Office of the Chief Accountant. The PAF program, which began in 1972, is designed to provide participating fellows with outstanding opportunities for public service to investors, personal development, and career advancement. During their fellowship, the successful candidates will work directly with the Chief Accounta

  • October Volume: October Trading Volume Is Highest In CME History At 61.5 Million As Open Interest Reaches Record 22.1 Million Positions

    Date 01/11/2002

    Trading volume on Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) was the highest in CME history in October, as 61.5 million contracts changed hands, an increase of 61 percent over October 2001. Trading volume on CME's GLOBEXÒ electronic trading platform also set a new all-time monthly record at 28.2 million contracts, up 59 percent from October of last year. Year-to-date CME volume of 475.3 million contracts represents a 43 percent increase over year-ago levels.

  • October Another Month Of Volume, Open Interest Records At The KCBT

    Date 01/11/2002

    The Kansas City Board of Trade exchange volume traded during the month of October was the largest ever for any given October. Volatile market conditions continued to spur activity in the wheat futures and wheat options contracts, leading to a spate of new records. Total volume for the exchange in October amounted to 328,038 contracts, an increase of 31 percent from the previous October monthly record of 250,300 contracts, which was set in 2000.

  • NZSE Signs Agreement With Hong Kong Exchange (HKEx)

    Date 01/11/2002

    As a result of discussions entered into at the World Association of Stock Exchanges Annual General Meeting held recently in Amsterdam, the NZSE has today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Hong Kong Exchange (HKEx).

  • Nymex Sets Energy Trading Records For October - Crude Oil Futures Surpass Annual Mark

    Date 01/11/2002

    October trading activity set monthly volume records on the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., for NYMEX Division futures, energy futures, crude oil futures, and unleaded gasoline futures, e-miNY futures, and gasoline futures trading on the NYMEX ACCESS® electronic trading system.

  • NASD Announces Proposed Increase Of Information Released To The Public

    Date 01/11/2002

    NASD announced on October 30 that it has initiated a broad review aimed at increasing the information and data that it makes available to investors and the general public through its Public Disclosure Program and on NASD Web Sites. NASD published the proposed changes in a Notice to Members and is seeking comment from firms, brokers, investors, investor groups, and other interested parties supporting or opposing the proposals, and o

  • ISE Announces “One Size Fits All” Trading Rule - Professional Traders To Get Same Rights As Retail Traders

    Date 01/11/2002

    The artificial distinctions that have historically separated how different types of customers are treated in the options market are headed for extinction.

  • IPE's Independent Complaints Commissioner Report Relating To Mr Cook's Allegations Of Market Manipulation

    Date 01/11/2002

    The IPE is today publishing the report from Dr Oonagh McDonald, the IPE's independent Complaints Commissioner, on her investigation into the IPE's handling of Mr Chris Cook's allegations of market manipulation on the IPE Brent market. This report is contained on the IPE's website at: www.ipe.uk.com/compliance/cookcomplaintreportfinal6l_1.pdf.