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  • CME Interest Rate Products Continue To Set New Open Interest Records - E-mini Russell 2000 Open Interest Also Reaches A Milestone

    Date 24/02/2005

    CME, the largest U.S. futures exchange, set a new open interest record yesterday for its Interest Rate Products group, which includes the world’s most actively traded futures contract, CME Eurodollar futures. Open interest of 25,078,878 positions broke the previous record of 24,763,247 set on Feb. 22, 2005. Interest rate options accounted for 16,767,125 of these positions, also a record. In February alone, CME interest rate products broke 10 overall open interest records prior to yesterday.

  • CBOT February 10, 2005 Treasury Conversion Factors

    Date 24/02/2005

    The attached conversion factor tables for the CBOT U.S. Treasury Bond and Note futures complex have been revised to include conversion factors for the following government security that was auctioned on February 24 by the U.S. Treasury Department: 1.) 3-3/8s of February 2007 (i.e., a new 2-year note). This 2-year note will be eligible for delivery into the CBOT 2-Year U.S. Treasury Note futures contract for the March 2005 expiry only.

  • Bursa Launches Prospectus For IPO Of 166 Million New Ordinary Shares

    Date 24/02/2005

    Bursa Malaysia Berhad (Bursa) today launched its prospectus for the Initial Public Offer (IPO) of 166 million new ordinary shares of RM0.50 in conjunction with its listing on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.

  • ASX Share Ownership Study – 2004 Findings

    Date 24/02/2005

    Share ownership in Australia continues to evolve and broaden, according to the 2004 ASX Share Ownership Study released today. The Study, the latest in an ASX series stretching back to 1991, showed that 55 percent of adult Australians (8 million people) now include shares as an asset class in their investment portfolio, up from 51 percent last year (7.4 million people).

  • The SWX Swiss Exchange Sanctions Gornergrat-Monte Rosa-Bahnen For Violation Of The Provisions Regarding Ad Hoc Publicity

    Date 23/02/2005

    The SWX Swiss Exchange has issued a reprimand with publication against Gornergrat-Monte Rosa-Bahnen for violation of provisions regarding ad hoc publicity. During trading hours, Gornergrat-Monte Rosa-Bahnen gave potentially price-sensitive information to selected media, thereby violating the principle of equal treatment pursuant to the provisions regarding ad hoc publicity of the SWX Swiss Exchange.

  • Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange Launches Socially Responsible Investing Index

    Date 23/02/2005

    The Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange launched the Maala Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) Index on February 13. The new index comprises the shares of the top 20 companies on the Maala social responsibility rating (see list of shares attached).

  • Stock Exchange Of Newcastle Limited Announces Half Year Results

    Date 23/02/2005

    Click here to download the Stock Exchange of Newcastle half year results.

  • Standard & Poor’s Announces Change To U.S. Indices

    Date 23/02/2005

    Standard & Poor’s will make the following changes to the S&P MidCap 400, S&P SmallCap 600 and S&P REIT Composite indices: Martek Biosciences Corp. (NASD:MATK) will replace Banknorth Group Inc. (NYSE:BNK) in the S&P MidCap 400 after the close of trading on Tuesday, March 1. S&P/TSX 60 constituent Toronto-Dominion Bank is acquiring a majority stake in Banknorth Group in a deal expected to close on or about that date. Infinity Property & Casualty Corp. (NASD:IPCC) will replace Sol

  • SFE Announces 2004 Full Year Result

    Date 23/02/2005

    SFE Corporation Limited, owner of the Sydney Futures Exchange, today released its financial results for the year ended 31 December 2004. The complete Annual Report, including the audited financial statements, has been released to the ASX and is available on the SFE website as set out at the end of this release.

  • NASD Fines Former Jesup & Lamont Research Analyst For Trading Contrary To His Own Recommendations - Gary Davis Suspended From Industry For Six Months, From Research For 18 Months - Jesup & Lamont, Chief Compliance Officer Charged With Supervisory Failures

    Date 23/02/2005

    NASD announced today that it has fined and suspended former Jesup & Lamont Securities Corporation research analyst Gary Davis for trading contrary to the recommendations in his research reports and for other violations relating to his activities as a research analyst. Davis was suspended from the industry for six months, fined $130,000 and prohibited from acting as a research analyst for 18 months. Nearly $117,000 of his fine represents profits Davis made through his unlawful trading.