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  • London Stock Exchange Announces Proposed Changes To Ownership Structure - Vote On Demutualisation Set For 15 March

    Date 02/02/2000

    The London Stock Exchange is today issuing a circular and Information Memorandum to B shareholders seeking their approval to become a public company with transferable shares, enabling the Exchange to operate on a fully commercial basis.

  • Eurex Sets New Worldwide Record In Trading Volume In January

    Date 02/02/2000

    40.2 million contracts were traded at Eurex during first month of the year. Records were also posted in Bobl, Shaz and derivatives on Euro STOXX.

  • CBOT To Expand Project A Trading Hours For Agricultural Contracts

    Date 02/02/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade announced today that trading hours for agricultural contracts on Project A, the CBOT's electronic trading platform, will change to 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. (Chicago Time), beginning Monday, February 21, 2000. The current hours are 9:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. (Chicago Time)

  • CBOT Posts Highest January Volume Ever At 22,820,812 Contracts, Up 63.7% From December 1999

    Date 02/02/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) announced today trading volume of 22,820,812 contracts for January 2000, up 12.1% from January 1999 and up 63.7% from December 1999, the highest ever for the month of January.

  • CBOE Average Daily Volume Continues To Soar In 2000

    Date 02/02/2000

    The new millennium started with a bang at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) as overall average daily volume reached 1,505,578 contracts during the month of January, surpassing the previous average daily volume record for one month of 1,226,110 contracts which was set in December 1999. On January 21st a new daily volume record was set when 2.3 million contracts traded. Stock option volume at CBOE totaled 25,576,107 contracts (18,358,042 calls and 7,218,065 puts) for the month of Janu

  • Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) To Provide Last-traded Share prices And Company Announcements Free of Royalties On WWW.ASX.COM.AU

    Date 02/02/2000

    The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) began providing last-traded share prices and company announcements free of royalties from Monday, 31 January 2000. This will provide all existing or potential shareholders with free, intra-day access to news and price data that influences the market.

  • Singapore Exchange Ltd Recognises Effective Capital's Proposal

    Date 01/02/2000

    The Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) met with Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) on January 31 in Kuala Lumpur to discuss the Central Limit Order Book International (CLOB) issue.

  • Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading Sets Records For Its MSCI Taiwan And Singapore Stock Contracts

    Date 01/02/2000

    The Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading is pleased to announce that its MSCI Taiwan Index volume has hit an all time monthly high of 243,041 contracts traded in January 2000. This is an increase of 28.90% as compared to 188,555 contracts traded in January 1999. The contract has also achieved a record daily high of 28,247 contracts traded on 26 January 2000 surpassing the previous record of 25,824 contracts traded on 25 June 1999. Open interest on the MSCI Taiwan contract also peak at 34,349 c

  • Nymex To Move Propane Trading; Change Hours

    Date 01/02/2000

    The New York Mercantile Exchange today announced that as of Wednesday, March 1, it will move trading in its propane futures contract to its platinum group metals ring and change the contract's trading hours to 8:30 A.M. to 2:40 P.M. from the current hours of 8:55 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

  • New Regulatory Authority For Winnipeg Commodity Exchange

    Date 01/02/2000

    Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WCE) is pleased to announce the transfer of its regulatory authority from the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC), a federal government agency, to the provincial Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC), effective February 1, 2000. This historic occasion brings to a close twenty-five years of regulatory supervision of the Exchange by the CGC.