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  • CBOE Interest Rate Options To Close At Noon (CDT)

    Date 16/09/1999

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) will close trading of options on interest rate products today at 12:00 Noon Central Daylight Time, corresponding to the early closing of the underlying products.

  • AEX corporate actions policy on public bids

    Date 16/09/1999

    In the past month Amsterdam Exchanges has had to adjust the terms of listed derivatives (options, etc.) a number of times in connection with public bids for listed companies. Amsterdam Exchanges and the Securities Board of the Netherlands (Stichting Toezicht Effectenverkeer) expect that this will also be the case in the future.

  • Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Listed Issuers to have own Websites

    Date 15/09/1999

    The Exchange is proposing to require all listed issuers to have their own websites and welcomes views from listed issuers and interested persons.

  • Stock Exchange of Hong Kong GEM Expects First Listing in the Fourth Quarter

    Date 15/09/1999

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong will now accept applications from potential issuers seeking listing on the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM). It expects to have its first listing on GEM in the fourth quarter following the announcement of the GEM sponsor list today (Tuesday).

  • PHLX To Begin Trading Eleven New Options

    Date 15/09/1999

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) is pleased to announce that it will begin trading put and call options on Barrick Gold Corporation (ABX), Homestake Mining Company (HM), Kmart Corporation (KM), LSI Logic Corporation (LSI), Mellon Bank Corporation (MEL), and Philip Morris Companies, Inc. (MO), upon the opening of business on Wednesday, September 15, 1999. The PHLX will begin trading put and call options on Bank One Corporation (ONE), upon the opening of business on Thursday, September 16, 1

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange RSS3 Futures/Rubber Index Futures Weekly Report

    Date 15/09/1999

    RSS3 Futures: Distant month: opening 71.4 yen, a high 76.8yen (Sep. 6), low 71.4 yen (Sep. 6), closing 74.5 yen.. Rubber Index Futures> Distant month: opening 65.95, a high 69.60 (Sep. 9), a low 65.95 (Sep. 6), closing 68.00 points.

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange Aluminium Futures Weekly Report

    Date 15/09/1999

    This week, despite the firmer tone in LME aluminium, OME aluminium futures fluctuated within a narrow range with players staying on the sidelines due to the unstable currency situation. Distant month : opening 166.9 yen, a high 170.6 yen (Sep. 8), a low 166.9 yen (Sep. 6), closing 169.5 yen

  • Montreal Exchange Joins GLOBEX® Alliance

    Date 15/09/1999

    The Montreal Exchange (ME) announced on September 14 that it has joined the GLOBEX® Alliance with the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), ParisBourse SBFSA, the Singapore International Monetary Exchange (SIMEX) and the Bolsa de Mercadorias & Futures (BM&F), which joined the GLOBEX® Alliance on September 10, 1999. The Montreal Exchange also announced that it intends to use the same NSC Electronic Trading System developed by ParisBourseSBF SA and used by all of the GLOBEX® Alliance partners.

  • Indicative selections for Amsterdam Exchanges and Amsterdam Midkap indices

    Date 15/09/1999

    Amsterdam Exchanges has made an indicative selection of the constituent shares in the Amsterdam Exchanges (AEX) and Amsterdam Midkap (AMX) indices on the basis of the value of turnover up to 31 August 1999. The period used for determining the selection for the AEX index was recently cut from three calendar years to one calendar year, and the value of turnover used for determining the selection for the AMX index will no longer be weighted but will be the unweighted value of turnover over one cal

  • FTSE International & NOREX Announce Launch Of New Stock Market Index

    Date 15/09/1999

    FTSE International and NOREX, the Nordic Exchanges Alliance, jointly announce today the launch of the FTSE NOREX 30 Index on 30 September 1999. This new index will track the performance of the 30 largest and most liquid Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish companies. Futures and Options based on the FTSE NOREX 30 will also start trading on the OM Exchanges in London and Stockholm from 30 September 1999 and will be made available to all members of the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. The Oslo Stock E