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  • OneChicago Finishes 2003 With Record Volume Month

    Date 02/01/2004

    OneChicago, LLC today announced a record-breaking month in December trading 342,227 contracts, a 178% increase over December 2002 volume. Open interest stood at 153,866 contracts December 31. Average daily volume was 15,556 contracts in December.

  • OMHEX: Statistics 2003

    Date 02/01/2004

    Statistics 2003 Total share turnover amounted to EUR 415 (483) billion. The turnover rate was 113 (118) per cent. The total derivative trading turnover amounted to 87 370 982 (83 445 639) contracts. The number of listed companies amounted to 497 at the end of December (522). The number of members amounted to 148 at the end of December (152).

  • NYSE Introduces Three Sector Indexes - NYSE Energy, Financial And Health Care Indexes To Be Launched Jan. 8 - Four Sub-Indexes Discontinued

    Date 02/01/2004

    The New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 8, 2004, will revise its family of NYSE-branded indexes with the introduction of three new sector indexes – the NYSE Energy, Health Care and Financial Indexes.  Concurrent with the launch, the NYSE will discontinue the currently available Industrial, Utilities, Financial and Transportation sub-indexes.  The move furthers the NYSE’s efforts to provide investors and issuers with more accurate performance measures for NYSE-listed companies.

  • KOFEX Weekly Bulletin No.171 - December 26, 2003

    Date 02/01/2004

    Please click here to view the KOFEX Weekly Bulletin.

  • Kansas City Board Of Trade Annual Volume Traded In 2003 Second Largest Ever

    Date 02/01/2004

    Kansas City Board of Trade annual volume traded in 2003 was the second largest ever for wheat futures, wheat options and for the exchange as a whole.

  • January 2004 NYSE Newsletter Is Now Available

    Date 02/01/2004

    Highlights include: The appointment of John Thain as new NYSE CEO, additional NYSE governance changes and a perspective on health care from Bradley Pharmaceuticals CEO Daniel Glassman.

  • Eurex Turns Over 66 Million Contracts In December - Annual Turnover For 2003, At 1.014 Billion Contracts, Some 27 Percent Higher, Year On Year

    Date 02/01/2004

    Eurex, the international derivatives market, closed out the year 2003 with record turnover of 1.014 billion contracts traded, some 27 percent higher than the previous year's figure (2002: 801 million contracts). With this turnover for the year 2003, Eurex will be closing out another year as the world's largest and most successful derivatives exchange. During the last month of the year, some 66 million contracts were traded and cleared at Eurex, corresponding to a rise of some 22 percent

  • Deutsche Börse: 238 Billion Euros In Turnover On German Stock Exchanges In December - Xetra Share Of Equities Trading Rose Further In 2003 - Liquidity On Xetra Improves Further

    Date 02/01/2004

    During the last month of trading in 2003, a total volume of 238.5 billion euros was traded on the German stock exchanges (December 2002: 245.2 billion euros). The December 2003 total comprises 186.6 billion euros in equities, warrants and exchange-traded funds as well as 51.9 billion euros in fixed-income securities. This brings the total volume traded in the year 2003 to some 3.2 trillion euros (2002: 3.5 trillion euros) - with some 2.4 trillion euros in equities, warrants and exchange-traded f

  • CBOT® Starts New Year With Successful Transition To New Electronic Trading Platform, Common Clearing Link

    Date 02/01/2004

    At the Chicago Board of Trade, the "new year" really began at 7:00 p.m. (Chicago Time) on January 1, 2004, with the successful transition of the remaining 31 CBOT futures and options on futures contracts to the exchange's new electronic trading powered by LIFFE CONNECT® and the full implementation of the CME/CBOT Common Clearing Link. The first trade on the new platform occurred at 7:00:06 p.m. and was an eleven lot in the MAR 04 U.S. Treasury Bond contract.

  • CBOT Fed Funds December Settlement

    Date 02/01/2004

    The CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract for December 2003 was cash settled this morning at a final settlement price of 99.016, for an average daily effective federal funds rate of 0.984 percent during the delivery month. Please refer to the attached spreadsheet for more information regarding the calculation of this settlement.