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  • 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.

  • CME: Cross-Margining Of Government Securities And Eurodollar Futures And Options Goes Live April 12

    Date 09/04/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) and the Government Securities Clearing Corporation (GSCC) announced today that cross-margining between the two clearing organizations will begin on April 12. The arrangement will enable members of both entities to cross-margin their buy-sell and repo activity in U.S. Government securities against Eurodollar futures and options on futures traded on CME and cleared at CME's Clearing House.

  • CBOE Increases Contract Order Size Eligible For Automatic Execution In Fourteen Options Effective Immediately

    Date 09/04/2002

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the world's largest options exchange, today announced that, effective immediately for fourteen different options, CBOE is increasing the contract size of option orders and LEAPS (Long-Term Equity AnticiPation Securities) orders eligible for automatic execution on CBOE's Retail Automatic Execution System (RAES). In some options, orders and LEAPS orders up to 250 contracts will now be eligible for automatic execution on RAES. Previously, orders of up to 5

  • Borsa Italiana Monthly Key Figures - March 2002

    Date 09/04/2002

    Turnover for March was EUR 55,609.8 million. This compares to EUR 44,394.0 million in February. Domestic turnover in March was EUR 49,463.1 million, foreign turnover EUR 4,769.3 million, Nuovo Mercato, Domestic, EUR 1,338.5 million, Nuovo Mercato, Foreign, EUR 9.8 million and on the Ristretto market EUR 29.1 million.

  • UAB FBD Sampo Bankas To Become NSEL Member

    Date 08/04/2002

    On 8 April 2002, financial brokerage division (FBD) of UAB Sampo Bankas will join as a new NSEL member. It will be the ninth bank to provide securities trading intermediary services at the NSEL (banks are allowed to provide all services of a public intermediary of public trading). The FBD will have a right to trade on the NSEL from 11 April 2002. The Management Board of the NSEL has passed such a decision on today.

  • Philadelphia Stock Exchange Announces March Volume

    Date 08/04/2002

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange announced today that equity trading volume for March totaled 145,981,333 shares, an 11 % decrease over the same year ago period when 163,670,774 shares traded. Equity trading volume in March was 8% higher than February.

  • London Stock Exchange Monthly Market Report For March 2002 - Number Of UK Trades Up 6% On March 2001 - Average Daily Trading Up 7% On March 2001

    Date 08/04/2002

    The number of UK trades on the London Stock Exchange continued to rise in March, with a 6 per cent increase to 2.9 million trades, compared with 2.7 million trades in the same month in 2001. There were 20 trading days in March 2002, compared with 22 in March 2001. The average number of daily trades in UK and international shares rose by 7 per cent from 193,536 in March 2001 to 207,476 in March 2002. 53.9 billion UK shares were traded in March, up from 51.7 billion in March 2001. T