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  • SFE To Be Fully Informed Before Naming Index Of Choice

    Date 24/02/2000

    The Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) will seek clarification from the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and Standard & Poor's (S&P) about the sale of ASX's indexing business before it proceeds with its own decision on the choice of an index to underlie its new equity futures contract.

  • Program Trading Averaged 18.1 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Feb. 14 - Feb. 18

    Date 24/02/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange today released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for Feb. 14 - Feb. 18. The data indicated that during Feb. 14 - Feb. 18, program trading amounted to 18.1 percent of NYSE average daily volume of 1,023.0 million shares, or 185.4 million shares a day. This included program trading associated with the Feb. 18 monthly expiration of stock-index options and futures.

  • ParisBourse SBF SA Extends Trading Hours

    Date 24/02/2000

    Beginning on Monday April 3, ParisBourse SBF SA trading hours will be extended by half an hour. Trading will end with a closing call auction at 5:35 p.m..

  • Nasdaq Composite Index Sets New Record High For Second Trading Day In A Row - Fourth Highest Volume Day Also Established

    Date 24/02/2000

    The Nasdaq CompositeĀ® Index closed today in record territory with preliminary figures showing the Composite at 4617.65, up 67.32 points for the day and 13.48 percent for the year.

  • Conclusion Of Amsterdam Exchanges' Investigation: Nyloplast Violated Listing And Issuing Rules

    Date 24/02/2000

    In September 1999 Amsterdam Exchanges started an investigation into Nyloplast's possible violation of section 28h of the Listing and Issuing Rules in connection with turnover and profit forecasts made on 31 March 1999 and the half-yearly figures published on 30 August 1999. This investigation has now been concluded.

  • Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong Announces Changes Of Designated Securities For Short Selling

    Date 23/02/2000

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong announces that with effect from 28 February 2000, 24 additional securities will be eligible for short selling and 12 existing Designated Securities will be removed from the list. The total number of Designated Securities for short selling will be 194. A list of the Designated Securities to be added and removed is attached for your information. The revised list of all Designated Securities is also available on the Exchange's web site (http://www.sehk.com.hk).

  • Nymex To Increase Palladium Margins

    Date 23/02/2000

    The New York Mercantile Exchange will increase its palladium margins as of the close of business today to $15,000 from $6,500 for clearing members; to $16,500 from $7,150 for members; and to $20,250 from $8,775 for customers.

  • Nasdaq Composite Index Sets New Record High - One-day Point Gain Record Also Established

    Date 23/02/2000

    The Nasdaq CompositeĀ® Index closed today at 4550.33-the highest level since it was established 29 years ago-with preliminary figures showing the Composite up 168.21 points for the day and 11.82 percent for the year. The Composite's last all-time high was set on February 17, 2000, when it reached 4548.92.

  • CME Files For Regulatory Approval To Trade Futures, Options On FORTUNE e-50 Index

    Date 23/02/2000

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) announced that it filed today for regulatory approval from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to trade the FORTUNE e-50 Index, one of two new indexes licensed last week by FORTUNE for trading on the CME.

  • Australian Stock Exchange And Standard & Poor's

    Date 23/02/2000

    Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and Standard & Poor's Index Services (S&P) today announced their intention to form a long term strategic alliance under which S&P will operate ASX's index business.