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  • Muscat Securities Market Overview

    Date 07/10/2002

    Drop in prices of index heavy weights saw the MSM Index decline during the week. Rise in OIB restricted the drop to some extent. In fact the index rose only on the first trading day of the week and thereafter declined on all other 4 trading days of the week. MSM Index opened at previous weeks closing level of 184.76. Continuous decline on 4 successive trading days, after the initial rise on the first trading day, resulted in the MSM Index posting a loss of 1.5 points, equivalent to a 0.81% decl

  • ITG Releases September 2002 Trading Statistics Volumes For Three Core - U.S. Business Lines to be Published Monthly

    Date 07/10/2002

    Investment Technology Group, Inc. ("ITG") (NYSE: ITG), today announced that for the month ended September 27, 2002, U.S. trading volume was 1.8 billion shares for the month and 6.3 billion shares for the third quarter (averaging 100 million shares per day).

  • HKEx Clarifies Matters Related To Listing Approval

    Date 07/10/2002

    In response to media enquiries, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) issues the following statement to correct errors of fact in an article entitled "Serious listing backlog in HKEx" published today (7 October) in the Oriental Daily News.

  • Futures & Options on Russian Trading System: Weekly Market Information

    Date 07/10/2002

    For the week of September 30th-October 4th, 2002, the total trading volume on FORTS (Futures & Options on RTS) reached 542.3 thousand contracts or 1 727 million rubles in underlying value, compared to last week's 600.9 thousand contracts, 1 744.4 million. The number of trades executed went down from 14 370 to 13 128.

  • FTSE Group Appoints Communications Director

    Date 07/10/2002

    FTSE Group, the global index company, today announces the appointment of Marianne Huvé-Allard in the newly created role of Communications Director. Marianne will be responsible for developing FTSE Group's communications strategy as the company continues its rapid global expansion.

  • Federation Of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges September Newsletter Posted On The Web

    Date 07/10/2002

    The FEAS September newsletter has been posted on the FEAS website. You can view the September newsletter by clicking here.

  • Don Cruickshank's Term As Chairman Of London Stock Exchange To End In 2003

    Date 07/10/2002

    Don Cruickshank announced today that his term as Chairman of London Stock Exchange plc will end at the company's AGM in 2003.

  • CSA/SRO Task Force To Focus On Illegal Insider Trading To Protect Canadian Investors And Market Integrity

    Date 07/10/2002

    A special CSA/SRO task force set up to examine illegal insider trading in the Canadian marketplace will focus its attention and analysis on issues surrounding leaked information in advance of major company announcements, "off-shore" accounts, and the improper use of accounts to obscure links between insiders and traders, a spokesperson for the group said today.

  • CME Plans Launch For GLOBEX® Eagle Project Three Weeks After OneChicago Trading Begins

    Date 07/10/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) today announced plans to launch the exchange's Eagle Project, which will permit electronic calendar spread trading on its GLOBEX® electronic trading platform, approximately three weeks after trading begins on OneChicago, LLC, the joint venture exchange for trading single stock futures. OneChicago has set a launch date of Oct. 25, and CME plans a mid-November launch of Eagle.

  • Capital Markets Institute (Canada) White Paper Release On Securities Regulation Reform

    Date 07/10/2002

    Canada faces a diminished role in global capital markets unless a more effective securities regulatory structure is identified and implemented, according to a paper to be released on Tuesday, October 8, 2002 by the Capital Markets Institute (CMI) at the University of Toronto and the Canadian Foundation for Investor Education (CFIE).