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  • Ad Hoc Committee To Consider Future Tokyo Stock Exchange Organisational Structure – Final Report

    Date 11/05/2001

    The Ad hoc Committee in charge of advising whether or not TSE should demutualize has been meeting since July last year. The committee published the final report setting out their findings and outlining a conceptual plan for demutualization.

  • Standard & Poor's – Index Change: S&P/TSE Canadian Information Technology Index

    Date 10/05/2001

    Standard & Poor's Canadian Index Operations announces that effective after the close of business on Friday, May 11, 2001, the following changes will take place in the S&P/TSE Canadian Information Technology Index.

  • Program Trading Averaged 27.3 Percent Of NYSE Volume During April 30 – May 4, 2001

    Date 10/05/2001

    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 April 30 - May 4.

  • NYSE Applauds President Bush For Nomination of Harvey Pitt As SEC Chairman

    Date 10/05/2001

    "I applaud President Bush for nominating Harvey Pitt as chairman of the SEC. Harvey has a deep understanding of the broad range of participants that make our financial markets the strongest and most admired in the world. Most important, he recognizes that if you serve the interests of the smallest investor, you serve the interests of all. Harvey's a man of great integrity and diverse experience, and he is an outstanding choice to lead the SEC in this critical period in the development of America

  • Nymex To Amend Post-Close Trading Rules

    Date 10/05/2001

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., will make several changes to the post-close trading sessions for crude oil, heating oil, unleaded gasoline, and natural gas beginning tomorrow (11 May, 2001).

  • Minneapolis Wheat Options Open Interest Tops 10,000

    Date 10/05/2001

    The Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX) announced today that open interest in hard red spring wheat options topped 10,000 contracts for the first time ever on May 3 and has climbed steadily higher since then. Open interest yesterday, May 9, stood at 10,288 contracts. The previous daily open interest record before this, established October 19, 1999, was 9,481 contracts.

  • KCBT Wheat Options Volume Surpasses All Previous Single-Day Records

    Date 10/05/2001

    Trading volume in Kansas City Board of Trade wheat options on Wednesday set a new single-day record. Wednesday's official wheat options volume was 4,322 contracts, which broke the previous single-day record of 3,460 contracts set barely a year ago, on May 5, 2000.

  • HKEx Hosts Regional Meeting Of ISSA, The International Securities Services Association

    Date 10/05/2001

    Josef Landolt, chairman of the International Securities Services Association (ISSA), urged securities clearing organisations in Asia Pacific to follow developments in Europe carefully. "By watching European re-orientation from a safe distance, your region may be able to draw valuable conclusions for your own future," he said.

  • CFTC and SEC Propose Joint Rules Relating To Security Futures Products

    Date 10/05/2001

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) today announced that they proposed joint rules to implement new statutory provisions relating to security futures products.

  • CBOT President Vitale To Be Featured Speaker At June 7 FIA Program

    Date 10/05/2001

    Chicago Board of Trade President/CEO David J. Vitale will be the featured speaker at the Futures Industry Association Chicago Division luncheon program, Thursday, June 7, 2001.