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  • Futures & Options Market On Russian Trading System: July Market Data

    Date 02/08/2002

    In July 2002, 61.7 thousand trades were executed on FORTS (Futures &Options on RTS), up 46.1% from 42.2 thousand trades in June. Trading volume rose to 2.33 million contracts or 8.5 billion rubles in underlying value, an increase of 49.7% or 17%, accordingly. The month of June showed 1.56 million contracts and 7.2 billion rubles in underlying value.

  • Euronext Amsterdam's Options Exchange Lowers Fees

    Date 02/08/2002

    On 19 August 2002, Euronext Amsterdam Derivative Markets N.V. will lower the fees it charges for transactions in options and futures. The fee structure will also be made more transparent. The decision to lower the fees results from a study into the effects of further cost reductions for members. The lowering of fees has been made possible by the increase in the number of options contracts and the successful migration of the option classes from the floor to the screen segment.

  • CFTC And SEC Adopt Final Rules Necessary To Permit Domestic Trading In Security Futures Products

    Date 02/08/2002

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) today announced that they have approved for publication in the Federal Register final rules relating to margin< for security futures products. These rules represent the final step necessary to implement provisions of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000 (CFMA) that lift the 19-year ban on the trading of single-stock and narrow-based stock index futures in this country.

  • CBOT'S July Volume Highest Monthly Total Ever At 33,240,174 Contracts - Up 69.6% From July 2001

    Date 02/08/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) today announced trading volume of 33,240,174 contracts for July 2002, up 69.6% from July 2001, up 14.5% from June 2002, and up 27.4% year-to-date (YTD) at 186,364,566. July 2002 volume was the highest monthly volume total in exchange history.

  • TSX Statistics - July 2002

    Date 01/08/2002

    This month's highlights were:

  • The Korea Futures Exchange Weekly Bulletin July 22 To July 26

    Date 01/08/2002

    Following the previous week's upward trend, the Korea Treasury Bond futures market continued its bullish run this week. Against the downward trend that has continued since the middle of April this year, the KOFEX USD/KRW futures market took a correction this week.

  • Sydney Futures Exchange Expands Its Service Offering Following Strong Growth In Its Equity Derivative Products

    Date 01/08/2002

    Traded volumes in SPI 200™ futures and options at the Sydney Futures Exchange in July 2002 grew by approximately 23% and 12% respectively compared to the same month in 2001, influenced by a number of development initiatives implemented over the last three months. Interest rate futures and options also performed strongly, growing 36% and 95% respectively in comparison with the same month last year.

  • Stockholmsbörsen Statistics Report July 2002

    Date 01/08/2002

    Share trading

  • SGX Derivatives Break Monthly Total And Other Records; Year-To-Date Volume Grows 11%

    Date 01/08/2002

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) today announced that the total derivatives trading volume in July 2002 increased 67.5%, reaching 3,611,883 contracts, as compared to 2,155,944 contracts traded in the same month last year. July 2002's trading volume was also an all-time monthly record, surpassing the previous record of 3,372,838 set in November 2001.

  • SEC: Statement Of The Commission Regarding The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board

    Date 01/08/2002

    On Tuesday, July 30, the President signed into law the landmark Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which, among other things, would establish a five-member Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, the members of which are to be appointed by the Securities and Exchange Commission within 90 days of enactment, in consultation with the Federal Reserve Chairman and the Secretary of the Treasury.