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  • Baltic Stock Exchanges Monthly Statistics - July

    Date 11/08/2000

    Riga July has turned out to be a busy month for the Latvian capital market. Total trading volume amounted to EUR 56.81 million (a 42.3% increase over the previous month), equity turnover contributing EUR 16.46 million (a 154.55% increase over June) and debt trading - EUR 30.35 million. Equity market capitalisation at the end of the month was LVL 261.75 million (EUR 462.99 million). In comparison to the close of the previous month, the market has lost some of its value (Dow Jones RSE i

  • Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong: The Release Of News On The Teletext Regarding Pacific Century Group's Disposal Of Shares In Pacific Century Cyberworks

    Date 10/08/2000

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong makes the following information available to clarify a report in a newspaper today (Thursday) concerning the release of the news regarding Pacific Century Group Holdings Limited's disposal of shares in Pacific Century CyberWorks Limited (PCCW) on the Teletext on 9 August 2000.

  • Program Trading Averaged 24.8 Percent Of NYSE Volume During July 31 - Aug. 4

    Date 10/08/2000

    New York Stock Exchange today released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for July 31 - Aug. 4.

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange RSS3 Futures, TSR20 Futures And Rubber Index Futures Weekly Report

    Date 10/08/2000

    On July 31, OME RSS3 futures opened steadier on short-covering and buying by bulls due to the yen's weakness against the U.S. dollar. The current August and distant January contracts rose by 1.2 yen and 2.1 yen to 73.00 yen and 84.50 yen, respectively. Toward the month-end, the increase in the number of market participants were observed: they perceived that the recent sharp rise as the sign of the market bottoming out after the downward trend that had continued for about 5 and a half year

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange Aluminium Futures Weekly Report

    Date 10/08/2000

    On July 31, OME Aluminium futures opened little changed as buyers kept to the sidelines in the absence of market-moving factors with distant July contract at 168.6 yen, up 0.2 yen from the last Friday's close.

  • CBOT Reincorporation In Delaware Complete

    Date 10/08/2000

    On August 8, the reincorporation merger overwhelmingly approved by the membership of the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) became effective and, as a result, the CBOT has been reincorporated in Delaware as a Delaware not-for-profit, nonstock corporation. In connection with the reincorporation, the CBOT has changed its name to "Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, Inc."

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange And Australian Stock Exchange Sign An Agreement On Mutual Cooperation

    Date 09/08/2000

    On 8 August 2000, Tokyo Stock Exchange and Australian Stock Exchange signed an Agreement on Mutual Cooperation outlining the framework for a collaborative partnership. Cooperation between the two Exchanges will contribute to the development and orderly, efficient operation of their markets, and investor protection, as well as the development of capital markets in Asia-Pacific region.

  • The KFX And KFMX Indices Reach New Highs

    Date 09/08/2000

    Today, the KFX Index and the KFMX Index set a new record. The 23rd record for the KFX Index this year.

  • LME Finalises Plans For Change Of Company Structure

    Date 09/08/2000

    The LME today announced that the board had agreed its final recommendations for structural change to be put to its membership at an Extraordinary General Meeting in September 2000.

  • EEX: Increasing Professionalization Of Electricity Trading - 21 Participants On Board From Very First Day - Meeting The Needs Of The German Market

    Date 09/08/2000

    "The launch of EEX will advance the professionalization of electricity trading," said the two EEX Executive Board members Christian Geyer and Hans E. Schweickardt in Frankfurt on Wednesday. "Progressive portfolio management with financial-sector trading techniques is coming to the fore, in which long- and short-term contracts, exchange-based trading and OTC trading, complement each other," as Geyer and Schweickardt put it. "The standards that have to be met by trading systems will continue to