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  • Trading Overview At The National Stock Exchange Of Lithuania March 2002

    Date 09/04/2002

    In March, there were certain changes in the trading lists of the Stock Exchange. Under the decision of the NSEL Management Board, shares of AB Vilniaus Degtine (code 11245) were admitted to the Current List on 25 March 2002. Shares of AB Lithun were removed from the group of Unlisted securities to which central market procedures are applied on 18 March 2002. Trading in shares of AB Lietuvos Energija is to be renewed on 21 March 2002. After the German bank Norddeutche Landesbank Girocentrale sign

  • SWX: Ad Hoc Publicity: Formal Investigation Initiated Against PubliGroupe SA

    Date 09/04/2002

    In connection with the publication of the half-year results 2001 of PubliGroupe SA on the 4th of September 2001 which may have resulted in a potential violation of Art. 72 of the Listing Rules, SWX Swiss Exchange has initiated a formal investigation. The duration of these investigative proceedings has not been determined. SWX shall provide information as to the outcome of its investigation. However, no information will be made public with regard to the ongoing investigative proceedings.

  • Singapore Exchange Limited To Provide Full Market Depth Information From July

    Date 09/04/2002

    Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) today announced that it will make available full order book information on the SGX securities market to investors when it launches SGX SecuritiesBook - a new market data feed system - on 1 July 2002.

  • NYSE 2002: First Quarter In Review - New Listings, Major IPOS, Launch Of Openbook Highlight First Quarter At NYSE

    Date 09/04/2002

    The New York Stock Exchange listed 30 new companies in the first quarter of 2002, including several top-ranking IPOs and major non-U.S. companies. For the NYSE, the first quarter was highlighted by large IPOs including Travelers Property Casualty Corp.'s $3.8 billion offering - the largest IPO year-to-date. The Exchange also successfully launched NYSE OpenBook, a revolutionary product that gives market professionals access to buy and sell limit orders on the NYSE's limit-order books. In other de

  • Nymex Sets Daily Record In Crude Oil Options Trading

    Date 09/04/2002

    Crude oil options set a daily volume record on the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., yesterday, with 129,783 contracts traded, surpassing the previous record of 119,258 contracts set on January 14 of this year. Exchange President J. Robert Collins, Jr., said, "As the Exchange has witnessed a flight to quality over the past five months, what has been particularly impressive and note-worthy has been the increase in options trading activity, a clear indication of an increase in sophisticated mark

  • Nasdaq Receives Approval For First Exchange-Traded Fund In Japan Based On The Nasdaq-100 Index

    Date 09/04/2002

    The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. (Nasdaq®) today announced that the Japanese Financial Services Agency has designated the Nasdaq-100 Index® as eligible for linkage to an exchange traded fund (ETF). It will be the first ETF in Japan that is based on a Nasdaq index. This has made it possible to list a Japanese ETF for the Nasdaq-100 Index and there are plans to begin trading this ETF on the Nasdaq Japan Market this summer.

  • MarketXT Begins Trading Securities On Nasdaq InterMarket

    Date 09/04/2002

    The Nasdaq Stock Market® today announced that MarketXT™, Inc. has begun trading securities listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the American Stock Exchange (Amex) through the Nasdaq InterMarket. MarketXT is the second Electronic Communications Network (ECN) to link to the National Market System through Nasdaq InterMarket, a cost-efficient electronic marketplace for trading exchange-listed securities.

  • Mark S. Rzepczynski, John W. Henry & Co. President & CIO, Rings Opening Bell For CME Swap Futures Contracts

    Date 09/04/2002

    Mark S. Rzepczynski, President and Chief Investment Officer of John W. Henry & Co., yesterday rang the opening bell to launch trading in the new Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) swap futures contracts at 8:30 a.m. (Central time). CME also named three firms-DRW Holdings LLC, TradeLink L.L.C. and Wolverine Trading, L.P. -as the initial Lead Market Makers (LMMs) in the new two-, five- and 10-year swap futures contracts.

  • London Stock Exchange Puts Nordic Healthcare Companies Under The Microscope

    Date 09/04/2002

    The London Stock Exchange presented to healthcare companies from the Nordic region at a special event in Uppsala, Sweden yesterday. The Exchange is actively seeking overseas healthcare companies for its markets and believes there are good business opportunities in the Nordic region.

  • Instinet Announces Management Changes: CEO Doug Atkin Resigns

    Date 09/04/2002

    Instinet Group Incorporated (Nasdaq: INET) announced today that Douglas M. Atkin, President and Chief Executive Officer, is leaving the Company to pursue other business interests.