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  • 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

  • New York Stock Exchange To Suspend, Apply To Delist Elf Aquitaine

    Date 05/09/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange announced today that trading in the U.S. American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) -ticker symbol ELF- of Elf Aquitaine will not be resumed and will be suspended prior to market opening on Tuesday, September 5, 2000. Following the suspension, application will be made to the Securities and Exchange Commission to delist the issue.

  • LIFFE Trades £215 Billion Per Day In August 2000

    Date 05/09/2000

    The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) traded an average daily nominal value of £215 billion (?325 billion) and a total value of £4,941 (?7,461 billion) in July 2000, maintaining its position as the largest European exchange by value.

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange: Smooth Transition To New Brokerage Rates

    Date 05/09/2000

    Stockbroking companies reported to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) a smooth transition to the new brokerage rates since the rates were implemented on 1 September 2000.

  • CBOT - Exchange Fee Revisions Effective Sept. 1, 2000

    Date 05/09/2000

    In an August 30, 2000 vote, the CBOT®® membership amended Rule 450.00 "Exchange Service Fees" to modify Exchange transaction fee rates as shown below. (All rates are shown per contract/per side).

  • Average Daily Volume at CBOE Tops One Million Contracts For Twelfth Consecutive Month

    Date 05/09/2000

    Trading volume at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the world's largest options exchange, continued to surpass record levels as 23,885,331 options contracts (15,646,712 calls and 8,238,619 puts) traded in August, a 22% increase over the year ago record August volume of 19,536,851 contracts. Open interest in all CBOE listed options stood at 47,291,931 contracts at month's end, an incredible 81% higher than the close of August last year when open interest stood at 26,099,064 contracts.

  • a/c/e 1st Week Volume 280,035, Aug. CBOT Total 18,690,470 - New a/c/e Electronic Trading System Finishes Its First Week With 280,035 Contracts As Cbot®'S August Volume Hits 18,690,470, Up 34.9% From July

    Date 05/09/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) today announced trading volume of 18,690,470 contracts for August 2000. The new a/c/e electronic trading system completed its first week with volume at 280,035 contracts, and average daily volume of 70,009.

  • The Johannesburg Stock Exchange Moves To Sandton New Address - Effective From 23 September 2000

    Date 04/09/2000

    In September 2000 the JSE is moving out of the Johannesburg city centre to a new building on the corner of Maude Street and Gwen Lane in Sandown. The building was designed by architect Guy Steenekamp and developed by Standard Bank Properties.

  • Swiss Prime Site And Sophia Included In EPRA Index

    Date 04/09/2000

    The European Public Real Estate Association in conjunction with Amsterdam Exchanges calculates and publish a new European index on real estate, the EPRA Index. Amsterdam Exchanges will announce on a quarterly basis the outcome of the periodic review of the index. Amsterdam Exchanges calculate the index every 15 seconds making the EPRA Index Europe’s first real time index focused on the European real estate sector.