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  • SWX Swiss Exchange Reprimands Logitech International SA

    Date 11/10/2002

    The SWX Swiss Exchange has issued a reprimand with related public notification to Logitech International SA, Romanel-sur-Morges, for violation of the Listing Rules. This SWX reprimand pertains to the manner in which the company published its Q3/2001 quarterly report on 22 January 2002. Logitech International SA provided its quarterly report to various online and print media with a blocking period for publication during trading hours. Moreover, the SWX Swiss Exchange - in violation of the rules -

  • Standard & Poor's Canadian Indices - S&P/TSX Canadian Income Trust Index, S&P/TSX Canadian Energy Trust Index And S&P/TSX Canadian REIT Index

    Date 11/10/2002

    Please find attached an updated list of constituent relative weights for the S&P/TSX Canadian Income Trust Index, S&P/TSX Canadian Energy Trust Index and S&P/TSX Canadian REIT Index, as at the close of business on Thursday, October 10, 2002. These indices will be available on a real-time basis at the open of business on Tuesday, October 15, 2002.

  • Securities And Exchange Commission Fee Rate Advisory #5 For Fiscal Year 2003

    Date 11/10/2002

    The continuing resolution funding the Securities and Exchange Commission for fiscal 2003 since Oct. 1, 2002 has been extended through Oct. 18, 2002. Therefore, the Section 6(b) fee rate applicable to the registration of securities, the Section 13(e) fee rate applicable to the repurchase of securities, and the Section 14(g) fee rates applicable to proxy solicitations and information statements in corporate control transactions will remain at the current rate of $92.00 per million. Five days after

  • NYBOT Announces New FINEX Margin Requirements

    Date 11/10/2002

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT®) announced yesterday that effective with the opening of business on Friday, October 11, 2002, the Finex margin requirements are as defined here

  • New Zealand Stock Exchange Moves AX Market Into Development Stage

    Date 11/10/2002

    The New Zealand Stock Exchange continues to move forward, with plans to develop an alternative or "growth" market. Working in collaboration with market participants the Exchange has received a large number of submissions in response to the proposal distributed late August, for a market that has been tentatively labelled AX.

  • New DIAMONDS Volume Record At CBOE

    Date 11/10/2002

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the world's largest options exchange, today announced that volume in options on DIAMONDS (DIA) established a new record yesterday, October 10, when 140,957 contracts (32,019 calls and 108,938 puts) traded, eclipsing the previous record of 125,320 contracts traded on July 24, 2002.

  • Muscat Securities Market Weekly Report

    Date 11/10/2002

    The trading week ended Thurs, Oct 3, 2002, did not witness any improvement in investor sentiment. As a result, trading volume remained depressed on the MSM. The MSM index closed the week at 179.44, which is 0.5% lower than in the previous week. The index high/low for the week was 180.16/179.42. The Banks & Investment (B&I) Index, Services and Industry Sector indices closed on a decline of 0.5%, 0.4% and 0.3% respectively. The major contributors to the decline were Oman Cement, Salalah Flour Mill

  • ICEX News And Views

    Date 11/10/2002

    A summary of who owns the ICEX-15 companies and a change in the opening call auction in SAXESS is this issue's subject.

  • HKEx Has Maintained Close Contact With Euro-Asia Agricultural Since Doubts Arose About Its Management

    Date 11/10/2002

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) has kept in close touch with Euro-Asia Agricultural (Holdings) Limited since doubts arose in July about the quality of its management, and its compliance with the Listing Rules.

  • Gulf Markets Weekly Review

    Date 11/10/2002

    Regional tensions kept the pressure up on all Gulf based markets without exception. The worst performer of the week was the Kuwaiti bourse followed by Bahrain and the UAE.