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  • National Stock Exchange Of Lithuania Quarterly Bulletin

    Date 17/10/2002

    Upon the resolution of the NSEL Management Board, in the third quarter of 2002 shares of Kalnapilis AB and Hansa-LTB AB were removed from the group of Unlisted securities to which central market procedures are applied, whereas shares of Kauno Audiniai AB, Sema AB, Lietuvos Draudimas AB, and Grafobal Vilnius AB were transferred to this group from the Current List. As of 1 October 2002, shares of Vilnaus Vingis AB are admitted to the list of the Baltic Stock Exchanges Baltic List.

  • MB Financial, Inc. To Join NASDAQ Financial-100 Index Beginning October 17, 2002

    Date 17/10/2002

    MB Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ:MBFI) of Chicago, Illinois, will become a component of the NASDAQ Financial-100 Index® effective at the beginning of trading Thursday, October 17, 2002. MB Financial, Inc. will replace Webster Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:WBST), which is being de-listed from NASDAQ.

  • FTSE Group Adds Bond indices To Product Portfolio

    Date 17/10/2002

    FTSE Group, the global index company, today unveils a new index family, the FTSE Global Bond Index Series. FTSE has acquired the Reuters BONDTOP index family presently provided by Reuters, the global information, news and technology group. From Monday 21 October, these indices will form the basis of the new FTSE series. Newly created tradable indices will be added soon, allowing the series to support Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), index-linked funds and derivative products.

  • Euronext Integration Crosses New Milestone - NSC and Clearing 21 To Be Implemented On Lisbon Cash Market

    Date 17/10/2002

    Today Euronext announces that the NSC1 trading system and the Clearing 21® system2 will be implemented as new platforms for Euronext Lisbon cash market on July 11, 2003.

  • Coffee Options Contract Sets New Daily Record at NYBOT

    Date 17/10/2002

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT®) announced today a new daily volume record in coffee options of 22,177 contracts, established on Tuesday, October 15, 2002. The previous record was 19,308 contracts set on October 13, 1999.

  • CBOT Trading Schedule for the Veterans Day Holiday

    Date 17/10/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade has established the following trading schedule in connection with the Veterans Day holiday: Friday, November 8: Open auction: Financial* contracts close at 12:00 noon. All other open auction contracts (Agricultural and Stock Index) close at their normal times.Electronic a/c/eSM trading: Financial and Metals contracts close at 12:30 p.m. All other a/c/e trading closes at normal times.

  • Borsa Italiana Spa: Trading Volumes Recover In September New Historic Highs For EuroMOT And miniFIB Contracts

    Date 17/10/2002

    During September, the equity market was characterised by a recovery of trading volumes reaching levels similar to those of the preceding month of August. The increase in the trading of Eurobonds brought EuroMOT contracts to new historic highs. On September 19, the miniFIB broke its previous record for the number of contracts in a single session.

  • Standard And Poor's Affirm High Level Of Corporate Governance At HKEx

    Date 16/10/2002

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) welcomes the overall corporate governance score of 8.3 out of a possible 10, affirmed by Standard and Poor's which said a score of 8 reflected strong corporate government processes and practices.

  • Securities And Exchange Commission: Rules Mandating Edgar Filing for Foreign Issuers Will Become Effective

    Date 16/10/2002

    The staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission today reminded foreign issuers, their advisers and other interested persons that the rule amendments mandating EDGAR filing for foreign issuers will become effective Nov. 4, 2002. EDGAR is the SEC's Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval System. The new rules require foreign private issuers and foreign governments to file most of their Securities Act and Exchange Act documents on EDGAR. A complete discussion of these rule amendments,

  • SEC Proposes Additional Disclosures, Prohibitions To Implement Sarbanes-Oxley Act

    Date 16/10/2002

    The Securities and Exchange Commission voted today to propose rules implementing provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. The proposed rules concerning Sections 404, 406 and 407 of the Act would require public companies to disclose information about internal control reports, company codes of ethics and audit committee financial experts. Proposed rule changes dealing with provisions of Section 303 would prohibit actions designed to improperly influence auditors. The Commission also took actions rela