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  • Derivatives Trading On Euronext.liffe Up 13% In 2002 - Euronext.liffe Confirmed As The World's Second Largest Derivatives Exchange

    Date 06/01/2003

    Euronext.liffe, the derivatives business of Euronext, traded a record 697 million futures and options contracts in 2002, up 13% on 2001, representing an underlying value of €183 trillion, up 15% on 2001. The total number of contracts traded and value traded makes Euronext.liffe the world's second largest derivatives exchange.

  • December On The Warsaw Exchange

    Date 06/01/2003

    In December 2002, only NIF and MIDWIG indices went up. Other WSE indices fell slightly.

  • December 2002 - Euronext Key Indicators: 137,949,264 Transactions In Cash Products In 2002, Up 12.3% On 2001 - 129,192,044 Transactions In Shares In 2002, Up 13% On 2001 - Euronext, Leader European Exchange In Volumes Traded In Shares In 2002 - Euronext L

    Date 06/01/2003

    10,855,880 transactions were registered on Euronext's cash markets in December 2002, up 18.1% year-on-year. The total number of transactions in 2002 amounting to 137,949,264 was up 12.3% compared to 2001. The average number of daily transactions in cash products was also up 11.4 % in 2002, compared to 2001, reaching 541,518.

  • CBOT® Ends 2002 With Highest Volume Year In Exchange History Trading 343,882,529 Contracts - December Volume At 23,070,424

    Date 06/01/2003

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) today announced the highest yearly volume total ever recorded in exchange history, trading 343,882,529 contracts for 2002. Total volume was up 32.1% from last year. Volume in December was 23,070,424, up 10.7% from December 2001.

  • BrokerTec Futures Exchange Trades 2.1 Million Contracts In 2002 - Completes First Full Year Of Trading

    Date 06/01/2003

    BrokerTec Futures Exchange (BTEX), the nation's only fully-electronic fixed income futures exchange, announced today that it traded a total of 2,109,670 contracts in 2002, its first full year of operation. Following a monthly volume record of 430,888 contracts traded during November, the exchange had an average daily volume of 10,315 contracts in December 2002, a 169 percent increase over December 2001(3,839 contracts traded).

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 06/01/2003

    It was yet another dull week on the market with hardly any activity. Most counters did not trade and the few that did saw extremely thin volume, which is typical of trading in the festive season.

  • Borsa Italiana - Year 2002

    Date 06/01/2003

    Summary Growth in the number of listed companies (from 294 to 295) Fourteen new company admissions and thirteen delistings Capitalization of listed companies: €458 billion, equal to 36.6% of GDP Share Trading in Borsa steady, and increase in After Hours trading Increase in equity derivatives trading after introduction of the new trading platform New historic highs for miniFib, After Hours and EuroMOT trading Borsa Italiana in fifth place i

  • Beirut Stock Exchange Weekly Report

    Date 06/01/2003

    The local stock market exhibited a slight correction last week despite the developments on the privatization front as the Government invited investors to participate in an auction of two 20-year mobile phone licenses or a tender to manage the two existing networks for three years. Moreover, the privatization process is expected to be completed by mid to late-April.

  • Bahrain Stock Exchange Weekly Report

    Date 06/01/2003

    Bahrain equities ended the week in the red pulled down largely by the 15-fils drop in Batelco. By the close of the trading week, the SICO index dropped by 1% to 1168.77, while the benchmark BSE index slid by 0.6% to 1821.06, respectively.

  • Amman Stock Exchange Weekly Report

    Date 06/01/2003

    During the last two trading sessions for the year the ASE index decreased to 170.02 Thus the ASE closed on bearish ground for the year, representing a year on year decrease of 1.56%. The market capitalization for the week stood at 5,028,953,990. As the year came to an end major house keeping deals took place during the last two trading sessions. It is important to note that what was driving the market was not the overall fundamentals of the companies in the stock exchange instead it was largely