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  • Tradepoint Financial Networks plc - U.S. Members Gain Direct Access To European Equity Trading For The First Time

    Date 06/07/2000

    Tradepoint Financial Networks plc (“Tradepoint”) - the electronic market for equities trading - has announced that the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has issued a no-action letter with regard to trading of European equities on Tradepoint. This will make Tradepoint the first stock exchange to be able to offer trading in European equities to U.S. buy and sell side members.

  • The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Joins FTSE All-World Index

    Date 06/07/2000

    The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange announced that 23 of its listed companies were included in the FTSE All-World Index. The new index, launched June 30, includes stocks from 49 exchanges worldwide.

  • SFE Half-Yearly Volume Up 9.7%

    Date 06/07/2000

    Year to date trading volume at the Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) is 9.7% higher in 2000 than for the January to June period last year.

  • Program Trading Averaged 30.8 Percent Of NYSE Volume During June 26 - June 30

    Date 06/07/2000

    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 June 26 - June 30.

  • PHLX Post Volume Increase In America Online

    Date 06/07/2000

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) announced on June 30 that a record 177,417 America Online (AOL) options contracts traded on the options floor at the PHLX on June 29. This is in comparison to the average daily volume in America Online equity options for the month of May of approximately 45,000 contracts.

  • ParisBourse Derivatives Trading Up In The First Half Despite Slackening In June

    Date 06/07/2000

    Despite a modest decline of 4.8% from May to June, trading on ParisBourse SBF SA derivative markets during the first half was up 31% from the same period of 1999. A total of 127,185,368 futures and options were traded over the six months, while the figure for June was 21,307,565 after 22,379,347 in May.

  • Nasdaq Preliminary 2000 First Half Results - Total Dollar Volume Increased 125 Percent Over The First Half Of 1999

    Date 06/07/2000

    The dollar value of shares traded on The Nasdaq Stock Market® increased dramatically in the first half of 2000. Total dollar volume in the first six months of this year climbed 125 percent to $10.8 trillion from $4.8 trillion in the same period in 1999. Nasdaq finished the second quarter and the first half with average daily share volumes of 1.59 billion and 1.70 billion shares, respectively. Nasdaq's heaviest ever trading day occurred in the second quarter, when volume totaled 2.88 billion

  • FTSE Shareholder Value Awards Dinner

    Date 06/07/2000

    The annual FTSE European Shareholder Value Awards were presented at a dinner hosted by Mark Makepeace, FTSE Managing Director, on 22 June 2000. The guest speaker was Sir Howard Davies from the FSA, and Olivier Fleurot, Chairman FTSE, and Geoff Lindley, Chairman FTSE Steering Committee, presented the awards.

  • CME Contract Specifications Changes: Class IV Milk Futures And Options

    Date 06/07/2000

    The CME Contract Specifications pages on the CME's Web site have been updated to reflect the following:

  • CBOT's June Volume At 19,572,384 Contracts - Financial Products Boom During Second Quarter

    Date 06/07/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) announced today trading volume of 19,572,384 contracts for June 2000, marking the fifth busiest June in exchange history. Volume in 10-Year Agency Debt futures and options and Treasury Flex options contracts soared during the second quarter 2000, with Agency options up 2,803% from first quarter 2000, and Treasury Flex options up 21,720% from second quarter 1999.