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  • LIFFE Announces New Equity Markets Initiatives

    Date 06/09/2000

    The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) today announced a programme of new initiatives to develop its Equity futures and options markets.

  • HKEx Reports Interim Profit After Tax Of $554 million

    Date 06/09/2000

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) has reported an unaudited consolidated profit after taxation of $554 million for the six months ended 30 June 2000.

  • Euroclear Merger Accord With CIK And Necigef Accelerates Pace Of Consolidation In European Settlement

    Date 06/09/2000

    The Euroclear Board and the boards of Brussels Exchanges (BXS) and Amsterdam Exchanges (AEX) are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which has as its ultimate objective the full merger of the Belgian and Dutch central securities depositaries, CIK and Necigef respectively, into the Euroclear group. As an interim step, Euroclear Bank will take a 51% ownership interest in CIK and Necigef. The settlement services supporting all three exchanges forming EURONEX

  • Eurex Introduces Trading In Federal Securities - Starting Signal For First ECN On Joint Basis With Leading International Investment Banks

    Date 06/09/2000

    Eurex, the European derivatives exchange, will be making a trading platform available to the market this fall that integrates cash trading in federal securities with the derivatives market. Eurex CEO Jörg Franke made the announcement at a press conference in Frankfurt on Wednesday. Eurex Bonds will enable so-called basis trades, in which offsetting cash and derivatives transactions are concluded simultaneously. Moreover, straight cash-market transactions will also be possible on this platform. T

  • Confirmation Of Quarterly Changes To FTSE UK Indexes

    Date 06/09/2000

    Five companies have today been confirmed as new entrants to the FTSE 100, following the regular quarterly review of FTSE UK indexes by FTSE’s practitioner committees.

  • Confirmation Of Changes To FTSE techMARK Indexes

    Date 06/09/2000

    Thirteen companies have today been confirmed as new entrants to the FTSE techMARK 100, the benchmark index for high technology companies, following the regular quarterly review by FTSE’s practitioner committees.

  • CME, MEFF, Standard & Poor's Sign Agreement

    Date 06/09/2000

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, MEFF (The Spanish Futures and Options Exchange) and Standard & Poor's today signed an agreement in Barcelona that will result in the launch of stock index futures contracts based on the S&P Euro Index and the S&P Europe 350 Index, as well as three sector indices from the S&P Europe 350 Index. The move creates the first futures products that will trade on a European exchange while clearing on a U.S. exchange.

  • CME Volume Rises 9.5 Percent Year-to-Date Through August - GLOBEX®2 Volume Soars Nearly 105 Percent In Same Period

    Date 06/09/2000

    Year-to-date trading volume on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has risen 9.5 percent, totaling more than 151 million contracts. August volume reached 15.6 million contracts. Volume traded electronically on the GLOBEX®2 system rose 104.9 percent year-to-date, totaling 19,852,461 contracts.

  • VerticalNet CEO Joseph Galli Rings Opening Bell

    Date 05/09/2000

    Joseph Galli, Jr., President and CEO of VerticalNet, Inc. (Nasdaq: VERT), this morning rang the bell opening trading in FORTUNE e-50™ Index futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). FORTUNE e-50 Index futures will provide a risk management and investment tool specifically designed to track the performance of companies shaping the Internet economy.

  • Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong - Amendments to the Exchange Listing Rules Practice Note 15

    Date 05/09/2000

    The Exchange has amended the requirements of Practice Note 15 to the Exchange Listing Rules with regard to the remaining business of listed issuers after spin-off of assets or businesses. A new provision has been introduced in Practice Note 15 so that the Exchange may grant a waiver to a listed issuer from strict compliance with the minimum profit requirement of Rule 8.05 of the Exchange Listing Rules in respect of its remaining business after the spin-off, provided certain criteria can be sati