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  • TSE Applies For Listing Approval To List S&P/TOPIX150 Futures And Options

    Date 18/04/2001

    TSE has applied to the Financial Service Agency Commissioner for approval to list S&P/TOPIX150 Futures and Options. Listing is scheduled for 11 June 2001. Off-Auction Block Trading for S&P/TOPIX150 Futures is also introduced at the same time. TSE will waive the fixed-rate fees, payable by Regular Members and Special Participants according to trading value, for these products for the time being.

  • The Copenhagen Stock Exchange: New selection Criteria For The KFX Index

    Date 18/04/2001

    The Copenhagen Stock Exchange has decided to change the selection criteria for the KFX Index so that it will primarily be the 20 most active shares of the reference period that will be included in the KFX Index. The new criteria are more in line with international rules regulating indices on which futures and options are issued.

  • Singapore Exchange To List Single Stock Futures On Its Derivatives Market

    Date 18/04/2001

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) yesterday announced that it intends to list single stock futures contracts on Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading (SGX-DT). Subject to regulatory approval from the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the introduction of these new instruments is scheduled to be in the third quarter of 2001.

  • National Stock Exchange Of Lithuania Real Time Information Will Be Transmitted Via Short Message System SMS To Mobile Phones

    Date 18/04/2001

    The largest Lithuanian mobile telecommunications company “Omnitel” and the National Stock Exchange of Lithuania (NSEL) signed an agreement according to which the NSEL real time information will be transmitted via short message system SMS to mobile phones.

  • HKEx Develops New Market Structure For ETF

    Date 18/04/2001

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) has developed a new market structure for Exchange Traded Funds (ETF). ETF are open-ended mutual funds or unit trusts, listed or traded on stock exchanges. Investors can buy or sell them like ordinary stocks through their brokers during trading hours.

  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. Announces Election Results That Streamlined Its Board - Shareholders Also Approve Proposal to Extend Stock Transfer Restrictions

    Date 18/04/2001

    After its annual meeting today, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) announced the results of its first Board election as a for-profit company. As a result, CME completed the first phase of a two-step process that will reduce the size of its Board from 39 to 19 members by April 2002. Other proposals passed by the requisite margins.

  • CBOE Experiences Busiest Day In History

    Date 18/04/2001

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) today announced that a new record for single day trading volume at the CBOE was established when a total of 2,695,462 contracts traded on Wednesday, April 18. This total volume figure represents an estimated total premium value of $2.5 billion traded on CBOE.

  • Nymex Announces Cost Incentive Program For Brent Trading

    Date 17/04/2001

    The board of directors of the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., this morning agreed to waive all clearing and exchange fees for its new Brent crude oil futures contract for the first year of trading and to offer rebates for three months on any light, sweet crude futures contract traded to offset a position in the Exchange Brent futures contract.

  • ASX Response To Media Report

    Date 17/04/2001

    In response to the article on page 1 of the Australian Financial Review today, Australian Stock Exchange Limited (“ASX”) makes the following announcement.

  • Standard & Poor's - Index Change: TSE 300 Composite, TSE 300 Capped, S&P/TSE Canadian MidCap And TSE 100 Indices.

    Date 16/04/2001

    Standard & Poor's Canadian Index Operations announces that effective after the close of business on Friday, April 20, 2001, the following changes will take place in the TSE 300 Composite, TSE 300 Capped, S&P/TSE Canadian MidCap and TSE 100 Indices.