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  • Futures & Options on RTS: Weekly Data January 13th-January 17th

    Date 22/01/2003

    For the week of January 13th, the total trading volume on FORTS (Futures & Options on RTS) equaled 565 thousand contracts, or 2 488 million rubles in underlying value. The number of trades reached 13 250 (from December 30th, 2002, to January 10th, 2003, 341 thousand contracts were traded, with 1 553 million in underlying value). Daily average trading volume gained 132% in contracts and 124% in rubles. Average daily activity increased by 83% and reached 2 650 thousand trades a

  • FERC, CFTC Announce Joint Conference On "Credit Issues In The Energy Markets: Clearing & Other Solutions."

    Date 22/01/2003

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) will hold a joint technical conference on Wednesday, February 5, 2003, to explore, among a number of possible solutions, the feasibility of utilizing clearing to address, in a meaningful fashion, the credit issues that exist in today's energy markets.

  • CBOT January 2003 Fed Watch

    Date 22/01/2003

    In advance of next week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on January 29, the Chicago Board of Trade will be reporting daily rate change probabilities in the FOMC's federal funds target rate, as indicated by the CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract. The CBOT 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract is a key benchmark interest rate barometer that reflects the forward overnight effective rate for excess reserves that are traded among commercial banks in the U.S. federal funds market.

  • American Stock Exchange Reports Decrease In Short Interest

    Date 22/01/2003

    The American Stock Exchange (Amex) member and non-member organizations today reported short interest of 447,025,289 shares as of the January 15 settlement date, a decrease of 18,538,728 from the 465,564,017 (adjusted) shares reported in mid-December. The January figure represents trades through January 10, 2003.

  • Singapore Exchange Ltd To Introduce New Securities Membership Structure

    Date 21/01/2003

    Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) today announced that from 22 January 2003, it will introduce separate membership categories for securities trading and clearing. In line with the newly introduced Risk Based Capital (RBC) framework, the segregation of clearing and trading rights will allow members to comply with significantly lower capital requirements.

  • SGX To Introduce New Securities Membership Structure

    Date 21/01/2003

    Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) today announced that from 22 January 2003, it will introduce separate membership categories for securities trading and clearing. In line with the newly introduced Risk Based Capital (RBC) framework, the segregation of clearing and trading rights will allow members to comply with significantly lower capital requirements

  • KOFEX Weekly Bulletin

    Date 21/01/2003

    Summary The KTB futures market represented a similar upward trend, albeit slight, compared with the previous week The Korean Won continued enjoying its strength against the US Dollar at the KOFEX USD/KRW F/X market

  • HKEx: Changes Of Designated Securities For Short Selling

    Date 21/01/2003

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), announces that with effect from Monday, 27 January 2003, five additional securities will be eligible for short selling and seven existing Designated Securities will be removed from the list. The total number of Designated Securities for short selling will be 163.

  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange: The Equity Market On The Threshold Of 2003

    Date 21/01/2003

    After three consecutive years with falling share prices there are indications that growth will be moderate and earnings will increase in 2003, Equity Analyst Bjørn Schwarz, Sydbank Markets, writes in Focus no. 37.

  • CME, Deutsche Bank Announce Market-Making Program For Russian Ruble Futures Contracts

    Date 21/01/2003

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) and Deutsche Bank today announced a market-making program for CME's Russian ruble futures contract. As market makers in the ruble, Deutsche Bank AG in London, supported by Deutsche Bank Ltd. in Moscow, will provide bids and offers for the Russian ruble in all four quarterly contract expirations available for trading on CME's GLOBEX® electronic trading platform.