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  • Nymex To Amend Spot Month Assessment Procedure For Physically Delivered Energy Contracts

    Date 08/08/2002

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., today announced that it would split its spot month assessment into a two-step process for all of its NYMEX Division physically delivered energy futures contracts beginning with the expiration of the September 2002 contracts.

  • National Stock Exchange Of Lithuania Monthly Bulletin - July 2002

    Date 08/08/2002

    In July 2002, there was a summery slowdown in share trading, whereas trading in debt securities increased significantly. Although the number of transactions in the Government securities was slightly smaller than in June, their turnover was the largest this year and amounted to LTL 155 million, which is 5.7 times more than in July 2001. In the total turnover, shares accounted for as little as 15.3%. Share turnover was similar to that of June, yet, it was by one fourth smaller than in July 2001.

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Sector Update

    Date 08/08/2002

    The Index Sub-Committee of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) has decided to update the classification of sector for Malaysian Tobacco Company Berhad and Artwright Holdings Berhad to come into effect on 12 August 2002.

  • IPE Statement On The Brent Market

    Date 08/08/2002

    Following the statement made on the 9 July, the IPE is now able to issue further clarification regarding its review of the IPE Brent Index settlement mechanism.

  • CME To Make 'E-history' Historical Data Available To Futures Traders Via The Internet

    Date 08/08/2002

    Beginning on Monday, Aug. 12, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) will offer "CME E-history" to the trading community via its Web site at www.cme.com. The new fee-based service will automate the process of supplying users with historical price data for CME futures and options on futures - data that is used to analyze price trends over a period of time.

  • CME Posts Fourth Consecutive Open Interest Record

    Date 08/08/2002

    For four consecutive sessions, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) has posted exchange-wide open interest records, beginning on Aug. 2 with 18,989,272 positions and reaching 19,449,906 positions yesterday, Aug. 7.

  • CBOT® Enhances Its Municipal Bond Contract - Will List December 2002 Contract On August 8, 2002

    Date 08/08/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) yesterday announced that it will introduce a new pricing mechanism for The Bond BuyerTM 40 Municipal Bond Index (BBI-40) in its first step toward re-engineering its Municipal Bond Index futures contract. The first delivery month affected will be the December 2002 contract, which will be listed on Thursday, August 8, 2002.

  • CBOT To Launch Options On Swap Futures Contracts

    Date 08/08/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOTÒ) today announced the expansion of its swaps complex to include options on 10-Year and 5-Year Interest Rate Swap futures. ABN AMRO Bank N.V., currently the designated open auction and electronic market maker for the complex's existing 10-Year and 5-Year Swap futures, also will make markets for CBOT® options on Swap futures. The CBOT expects to launch these new contracts in its open auction and electronic markets in the early fall of 2002.

  • CBOT Fed Watch

    Date 08/08/2002

    In advance of next week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on August 13, the Chicago Board of Trade will be reporting daily rate change probabilities in the FOMC's federal funds target rate, as indicated by the CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract. The CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract is a key benchmark interest rate barometer that reflects the overnight effective rate for excess reserves that are traded among commercial banks in the U.S. federal funds market.

  • Baltic Stock Exchanges Monthly Statistics July 2002

    Date 08/08/2002

    Riga The total Latvian capital market turnover in July amounted to EUR 54.60 (LVL 32.38) million.