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  • CBOE Appoints David J. Lund To Board Of Directors

    Date 03/05/2001

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the world's largest options exchange, today appointed David J. Lund, Managing Director and Co-Head of Global Equity Linked Products for Merrill Lynch, to its Board of Directors. Mr. Lund's term will begin immediately. He replaces Joseph H. Moglia, who resigned his position from CBOE's Board upon accepting a position as chief executive officer of Ameritrade.

  • 2001 Hard Red Winter Wheat Tour Estimate For Kansas At 32.7 Bushels Per Acre

    Date 03/05/2001

    The final estimate for the 2001 hard red winter wheat tour sponsored by the Wheat Quality Council was announced today at the Kansas City Board of Trade. The final participant estimate for the three-day tour average was a yield of 32.7 bushels per acre, 8.7 bushels lower than the 2000 estimate of 41.4 bushels per acre. Participants in the tour made individual estimates on the total size of the crop, which ranged from 233.9 million bushels to 327 million bushels. The weighted average was 277.6 m

  • Toll Re-Invests In Australian Wine Exchange

    Date 02/05/2001

    Toll Holdings Ltd has announced today that it had participated in the second round of funding of the Australian Wine Exchange Pty Ltd (AWX). Through its participation, Toll will retain its 20% equity stake.

  • Stock Exchange of Thailand: Yuanta Securities Ranked Most Active Broker And Warrants – Kiatnakin Finance Ranked Most Active Stock In April 2001

    Date 02/05/2001

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) President, Mr. Vicharat Vichit-Vadakan, declared “SET securities trading in April 2001, slightly decreased from March, recorded a total market turnover of 8,016.32 million shares in volume and 87,557.04 million baht in value, 26,075.78 million baht less than in March. The SET Index closed on April 30 at 300.63, up by 8.69 points or 2.98 % from the previous month.”

  • London Stock Exchange Pledges Further Improvements To RNS As FSA Launches Company News Proposals

    Date 02/05/2001

    New plans to introduce competition in the way company news is released were today welcomed by the London Stock Exchange. The plans are set out in the FSA's Consultation Paper on the UK Mechanism for Disseminating Regulatory Information by listed companies.

  • LIFFE To List 25 New Universal Stock Futures

    Date 02/05/2001

    Today The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) announced the launch of 25 new Universal Stock Futures (USFs). These will be available for trading from Monday 14 May 2001.

  • International Convertible Bond Issues On SWX Eurobonds

    Date 02/05/2001

    As of 4 May 2001, the SWX Eurobonds platform will be extended to include EUR- and USD-denominated international convertible bonds. Trading in this market segment will commence on a selection of 18 issues, which will be constantly updated and expanded. An up-to-date list of issues is available under www.swx.com.

  • Frontier Financial Corporation To Join Nasdaq Financial-100 Index Beginning May 9, 2001

    Date 02/05/2001

    Frontier Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:FTBK) of Everett, Washington, will become a component of the Nasdaq Financial-100 Index®, effective at the beginning of trading Wednesday, May 9, 2001. Frontier Financial Corporation will replace W.R. Berkley Corporation (Nasdaq:BKLY), which is delisting from The Nasdaq Stock MarketSM.

  • Eurex Turns Over 53.2 Million Contracts In April - Some 217 Million Contracts Traded After Four Months Of Trading

    Date 02/05/2001

    Eurex, the international derivatives market, posted its third-highest monthly total in April with 53.2 million contracts traded and only 19 trading days. Eurex surpassed last year’s figure for April by 72 percent. Eurex thus continued its highly favorable first-quarter performance in April. Some 217 million contracts were traded at Eurex during the first four months of trading this year.

  • Electronically Traded Currency Futures At CME Post Busiest Month Ever Following 'Side-By-Side' Introduction

    Date 02/05/2001

    Electronic trading volume in currency futures at Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) set a new all-time monthly record of 222,562 in April, besting by 28 percent the previous record of 174,067 set in March. The new volume record follows the introduction of "side-by-side" electronic and open outcry trading of CME currency and cross-rate futures contracts on April 2.