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  • MTSNext Launches Eurozone Inflation-linked Bond Index

    Date 02/06/2004

    MTSNext is pleased to announce the launch of the EuroMTS Inflation-linked Index, the first inflation-linked government bond index using transparent, real-time tradable prices. The new index, the first step in the expansion of the EuroMTS Global Index, will initially be calculated and published twice daily (11:00 and 16:00 CET) with a real-time index being introduced in July 2004. The launch of the EuroMTS Inflation-linked Index (EMTXi) follows the introduction of the EuroMTS Linkers Market, whic

  • May 2004 - Euronext Key Indicators - Record May For Derivatives - Volumes Ahead By 20% Year-On-Year -11 Million Transactions In Cash - Over 64 Million In The Year-To-Date

    Date 02/06/2004

    Cash products 11 million transactions were completed on Euronext’s cash markets in May, bringing the total number of transactions for the first five months of 2004 to 64 million, up 4.4% on the same period in 2003. The activity in May 2004 is 12.8% below the one in May 2003, which was a particularly active month. The average daily number of 612,000 transactions completed since January is up 3.4% compared to the same period of last year.

  • International Securities Exchange Reports Monthly Volume For May 2004

    Date 02/06/2004

    International Securities Exchange (ISE), the world's largest equity options exchange, reported an increase in May trading volume compared to the same year-ago period.

  • Federation Of European Securities Exchanges Welcomes 10 New Full Members

    Date 02/06/2004

    FESE is proud to announce that as a natural consequence of the Accession and as a sign of recognition of excellent qualities of these markets, the FESE General Assembly decided that the Exchanges from the New Member States will now be made Full Members. The formal decision in this respect was made at the General Assembly of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges on 1 June 2004, a day before the Annual Convention in Frankfurt.

  • Federation Of European Securities Exchanges Policy Proposal: An Ombudsman For Cross-Border Financial Services’ Providers In Europe

    Date 02/06/2004

    FESE has recently asked Dr. Oonagh McDonald to prepare a study on the original idea of Ombudsman for financial services. The work of Dr. McDonald has just been finished. The feasibility study will form a basis for FESE further work on this idea. The study will be available on the FESE website (www.fese.org) in the course of next week. All European Institutions as well as major associations and federations active in the field of financial services will be presented with the study.

  • European Commission: Final Decision In Clearstream Case

    Date 02/06/2004

    In a decision adopted today, the Commission finds that Clearstream Banking AG and its parent company Clearstream International SA (“Clearstream”) infringed competition rules by refusing to supply cross-border securities clearing and settlement services and by applying discriminatory prices. The Commission’s investigation revealed that Clearstream refused to supply Euroclear Bank SA (“Euroclear Bank”) with certain clearing and settlement services and applied discriminatory prices to

  • Euronext: Expert Commission Indices Committee

    Date 02/06/2004

    In view of the outstanding public offer for AVENTIS shares and established practice in such circumstances, the Expert Commission (Indices Committee) has decided to remove temporarily AVENTIS as a component stock of the CAC 40 and SBF 120 indices at the close of trading on 18 June, 2004.

  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange: Healthy Share Turnover In May

    Date 02/06/2004

    Share market turnover came to DKK 35.1 billion in May, or an average of DKK 1.9 billion a day. Average daily trading fell by 24 per cent on April last, but rose by 11 per cent on May 2003. The average number of daily trades went up by 23 per cent on the year-earlier period. Turnover for the first five months of the year is up 75 per cent compared with last year.

  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange Focus No. 83: The Bear Market In Bonds Continues

    Date 02/06/2004

    In Focus No. 83 John Madsen, Chief Economist, Nykredit Markets takes the temperature on international financial markets and looks into the implications for Danish investors.

  • CBOT May Volume Sets 3rd Consecutive Monthly Record

    Date 02/06/2004

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) today announced that total exchange volume continued its impressive, consistent growth in May, hitting a third consecutive monthly record. Total trading volume in May was 55,145,368 contracts, up 25.9 percent from May 2003 and up 44.7 percent year-to-date (YTD). The exchange saw average daily volume in May rise 32.2 percent to 2,757,268 contracts from May 2003 levels.