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  • Corporate Governance Council To Broaden Disclosure - Statement By The ASX Managing Director And CEO, Mr Richard Humphry

    Date 01/08/2002

    "The Australian sharemarket is strongly supervised by ASX, backed by sanctions contained in the Corporations Act as administered by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). This co-regulatory approach is rated among the best in the world and has operated in a robust and a resilient fashion over the last decade.

  • 327 Billion Euros In Turnover On The German Stock Exchanges In July. Record In Number Of Trades On Xetra

    Date 01/08/2002

    Based on the aggregate turnover statistics, a total volume of 327,8 billion euros was traded on the German stock exchanges in July ? about 4 percent more than in the previous month (June 2002: 315 billion euros). The July total comprises 264.3 billion euros in equities, warrants and exchange-traded funds as well as 63.5 billion euros in fixed-income securities.

  • The Toronto Stock Exchange And TSX Venture Exchange Closings For Civic Holiday

    Date 31/07/2002

    The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-VEN) headquarters in Toronto, and division offices in Calgary, Winnipeg and Vancouver, will be closed on Monday, August 5, 2002 for the civic holiday. The TSX Group's national call centre will remain open for inquiries, and may be reached at 1-888-873-8392, info@tsx.ca, or information@tsxventure.com.

  • NZSE Releases Consultation Paper On Proposed Conduct Rule Changes

    Date 31/07/2002

    The New Zealand Stock Exchange ("NZSE") today released a consultation paper proposing a number of changes to its Conduct Rules intended to align the NZSE Listing Rules with key aspects of the Securities Markets and Institutions Bill (as reported back from the Select Committee) including continuous disclosure and an obligation on directors to disclose all trading in relevant securities, and to revise aspects of the Business Rules to promote growth in the market.

  • Merrill Lynch, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Launch New TRAKRS Contracts

    Date 31/07/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) today launched a new series of non-traditional futures products called TRAKRSSM. Developed with Merrill Lynch and licensed exclusively to CME for North America, TRAKRS are the first broad-based index products traded on a U.S. futures exchange that can be sold by securities brokers.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Semi-Annual Statistical Report 2002

    Date 31/07/2002

    Turnover During the first six months of 2002, the total turnover on all market segments of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE)amounted to SIT 206.21 billion ,which is by 42%,or by SIT 60.7 billion more if compared to an equivalent period last year.The highest monthly turnover was recorded in April,with SIT 41 billion,and the lowest n January with SIT 30 billion.

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange: Stable Industry-Government Link Key To Capital Market Growth

    Date 31/07/2002

    A stable government and strong business fundamentals are key in the stability and progress of the capital market and the securities industry.

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Reviews Series Of Measures To Attract More Issuers, Investors

    Date 31/07/2002

    Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) is reviewing a series of measures in enhancing its efforts to attract and retain issuers and investors.

  • KCBT Changes Minimum Margins For Trading Wheat

    Date 31/07/2002

    The Kansas City Board of Trade has raised its minimum margins for wheat futures contracts. The changes, effective today, come as a result of increased market volatility and are as follows:

  • KCBT Approves "Exchange for Risk"

    Date 31/07/2002

    The Kansas City Board of Trade Board of Directors has approved rules providing for the exchange of futures for, or in connection with, over-the-counter derivative transactions. The vote was held at a regular meeting on July 30.