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  • SEC Votes To Propose Provisions Implementing Gramm-Leach-Bliley Bank Broker Rules

    Date 02/06/2004

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today voted to publish for comment proposed Regulation B. This new regulation is designed to implement provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 that delineate the securities activities banks may engage in without registering as brokers under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

  • NZX: Six-Month Review Shows Success Signs For NZAX Market

    Date 02/06/2004

    Six months on from its launch, the NZAX Market is showing positive signs of success, a New Zealand Exchange Limited (NZX) review into the alternative market for growing companies shows.

  • NYSE Seat Sale

    Date 02/06/2004

    A regular seat sold on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, June 2, 2004 for $1,515,000; up $5,000 from the previous regular seat sale of $1,510,000 on April 27, 2004.

  • NYBOT Rolls Up Fifth Consecutive Month Of Solid Gains In 2004

    Date 02/06/2004

    Total futures and options volume at the New York Board of Trade® (NYBOT®), the world’s leading “soft” commodity exchange, leaped forward again in May, with year-to-date (YTD) volume now 37% ahead of the first five months of 2003.

  • New York Mercantile Exchange Established Margins For Dow Jones Electricity Index Futures Contracts

    Date 02/06/2004

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., today announced the margins for the financially settled Dow Jones electricity price index futures contracts that will be launched at 3:15 PM tomorrow afternoon on NYMEX ClearPortsm for the June 4 trading session.

  • MTSNext Launches Eurozone Inflation-linked Bond Index

    Date 02/06/2004

    MTSNext is pleased to announce the launch of the EuroMTS Inflation-linked Index, the first inflation-linked government bond index using transparent, real-time tradable prices. The new index, the first step in the expansion of the EuroMTS Global Index, will initially be calculated and published twice daily (11:00 and 16:00 CET) with a real-time index being introduced in July 2004. The launch of the EuroMTS Inflation-linked Index (EMTXi) follows the introduction of the EuroMTS Linkers Market, whic

  • May 2004 - Euronext Key Indicators - Record May For Derivatives - Volumes Ahead By 20% Year-On-Year -11 Million Transactions In Cash - Over 64 Million In The Year-To-Date

    Date 02/06/2004

    Cash products 11 million transactions were completed on Euronext’s cash markets in May, bringing the total number of transactions for the first five months of 2004 to 64 million, up 4.4% on the same period in 2003. The activity in May 2004 is 12.8% below the one in May 2003, which was a particularly active month. The average daily number of 612,000 transactions completed since January is up 3.4% compared to the same period of last year.

  • International Securities Exchange Reports Monthly Volume For May 2004

    Date 02/06/2004

    International Securities Exchange (ISE), the world's largest equity options exchange, reported an increase in May trading volume compared to the same year-ago period.

  • Federation Of European Securities Exchanges Welcomes 10 New Full Members

    Date 02/06/2004

    FESE is proud to announce that as a natural consequence of the Accession and as a sign of recognition of excellent qualities of these markets, the FESE General Assembly decided that the Exchanges from the New Member States will now be made Full Members. The formal decision in this respect was made at the General Assembly of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges on 1 June 2004, a day before the Annual Convention in Frankfurt.

  • Federation Of European Securities Exchanges Policy Proposal: An Ombudsman For Cross-Border Financial Services’ Providers In Europe

    Date 02/06/2004

    FESE has recently asked Dr. Oonagh McDonald to prepare a study on the original idea of Ombudsman for financial services. The work of Dr. McDonald has just been finished. The feasibility study will form a basis for FESE further work on this idea. The study will be available on the FESE website (www.fese.org) in the course of next week. All European Institutions as well as major associations and federations active in the field of financial services will be presented with the study.