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  • MEFF Turnover Nears One Million Contracts In October

    Date 09/11/1999

    Trading on MEFF Holding in October totalled 942.122 contracts. This equals a daily average of 47.106 contracts.

  • IPE Launches New Crude Price Indicator

    Date 09/11/1999

    From 16 November the IPE will publish trade-weighted average prices for each Brent Crude futures contract month. The initiative follows requests from a number of market participants who see the new price indicator as a potential new benchmark for the oil industry.

  • Development of New Commodities Market In Kinki Japan

    Date 09/11/1999

    In September 1999, Kansai Bureau of International Trade and Industry set up the Study Group for the Metal Markets in Kinki to conduct the review on the possibility of the establishment of new base metal markets in Kinki area. Upon the receipt of the review, the Osaka Mercantile Exchange intends to establish a committee to plan the launch of new commodities.

  • CME, CBOT, NYMEX Respond To Report Of President's Working Group On Financial Markets

    Date 09/11/1999

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) today jointly released the following statement in response to today's release of the report of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets:

  • CBOT Wheat Futures Contract Sets Annual Volume Record With 36 Trading Days Remaining In 1999

    Date 09/11/1999

    The Chicago Board of Trade announced yesterday that CBOT members set a new annual volume record in the wheat futures contract Friday, trading 5,681,579 contracts so far this year.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 09/11/1999

    A record opening by the newly listed RPC Data failed to ignite the market as the index fell 0.6%. The IT stock raced to a record debut as it shot up 50% on its first day of trading with over 600,000 shares changing hands to end the week at P1.55. Barclays fell 20t to P6.70 on nearly 20,000 shares as sellers continued to take profits from the post share-split boom that saw the counter more than double within a couple of months. BIHL added 15t to P14.15 on thin volume ahead of its excellent interi

  • Amsterdam Exchanges Introduces Options And Futures On The Amsterdam Midkap-Index

    Date 09/11/1999

    As of Tuesday 23 November 1999, AEX-Optiebeurs will introduce options and futures on the Amsterdam Midkap-index®. The Amsterdam Midkap-index® exsists as of 1 October 1995 and is regarded to be the leading index for 25 companies from the midcap segment of the Dutch stock market.

  • 400th Participant Admitted to Xetra

    Date 09/11/1999

    Deutsche Börse AG has now admitted the 400th Xetra participant. The new participant, Raiffeisenlandesbank Niederösterreich, is based in Vienna and will be trading in Xetra via remote membership. Of the 120 members who have been newly admitted in 1999 to date, 96 are based outside Germany. Another 45 participants are in the process of being admitted and will start trading in Xetra shortly.

  • ASX All Ordinaries Index Options

    Date 08/11/1999

    On 8 November ASX will commence trading in put and call options over the All Ordinaries Index. Index options will be complemented by the simultaneous listing of Low Exercise Price Options (LEPOs) over the All Ordinaries Index.

  • NYSE Chairman Grasso Announces Proposed NYSE Initiatives

    Date 06/11/1999

    Speaking before the Securities Industry Association (SIA) in Boca Raton today, New York Stock Exchange Chairman and CEO Richard A. Grasso announced a series of proposed NYSE initiatives, including an internet-based trading system, designed to reengineer the NYSE as it repositions for the new millennium.