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  • SEC Statement Concerning WorldCom

    Date 26/06/2002

    The Securities and Exchange Commission issued the following statement today on WorldCom: The WorldCom disclosures confirm that accounting improprieties of unprecedented magnitude have been committed in the public markets.

  • Result Of The Quarterly Review Euronext 100 & Next 150:

    Date 26/06/2002

    As a result of the quarterly review of 31 May 2002 the following changes will be effective as of Monday 1 July 2002.

  • Oslo Børs: Secure Insider Trading

    Date 26/06/2002

    In a move to promote secure, lawful insider trading, Oslo Børs is making its "insider register" available to the public as of today. The insider register is a database containing defined primary insiders - i.e. persons and companies who are bound by the notification requirement and are required to exercise particular care in securities trading.

  • NYBOT's Margin Rules Amended to Permit FCMS’ Acceptance of Approved Money Market Mutual Funds

    Date 26/06/2002

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT)® announced today that effective immediately, amendments to its Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange, Inc.'s (CSCE) and New York Cotton Exchange's (NYCE) Margin Rules are being implemented that permit futures commission merchants (FCMs) to accept from their customers shares of money market mutual funds (MMMFs) that have been approved by the New York Clearing Corporation (NYCC) as payment for initial and maintenance margin. The value of the MMMFs will be set at an a

  • Nasdaq Halts Trading Of Worldcom Group And MCI Group And Requests Additional Information From Companies

    Date 26/06/2002

    The Nasdaq Stock MarketSM announced that trading was halted in WorldCom, Inc.- WorldCom Group (NASDAQ:WCOM) and WorldCom, Inc.--MCI Group (NASDAQ:MCIT), today at 7:42 a.m., Eastern Time, for "additional information requested" from both companies at last prices of .83 and $1.68 respectively. Trading will remain halted until each company has fully satisfied Nasdaq's request for additional information.

  • Kansas City Board Of Trade Changes Trading Schedule For Friday, July 5, 2002

    Date 26/06/2002

    In coordination with U.S. Stock Exchanges, the Kansas City Board of Trade's Value Line, (KCBT; MV) and the ISDEX, (KCBT; IS) will close at 12:15 p.m. central time on Friday, July 5, 2002.

  • IPE And Complinet Launch Searchable Online Exchange Rulebook - Complinet And International Petroleum Exchange Make Regulatory Compliance Easier

    Date 26/06/2002

    Complinet Ltd. and the International Petroleum Exchange (IPE) announce the launch of the IPE's online rulebook. IPE has commissioned Complinet to develop a fully searchable online rulebook specifically for its members. The new system, developed by Complinet for IPE members, personnel, and compliance professionals, will work along side the existing paper based system.

  • HKEx Releases The Independent Consultant's Findings And Recommendations On The UPS Failure Incident

    Date 26/06/2002

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) submitted today (Wednesday) to the Legislative Council a report regarding the failure of the UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) system that caused the trading interruption in the derivatives market on 28 May. The report contains the findings and recommendations of Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd., an independent certified electrical and mechanical consultant appointed by HKEx to examine the UPS failure.

  • HKEx Commits Itself To Action To Avoid Repetition Of UPS Failure And To Improve The Overall Robustness Of Systems

    Date 26/06/2002

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited has committed to implementing short and medium term actions to avoid repetition of the incident that led to the suspension of derivatives trading on 28 May. The actions were recommended by an independent consultant, Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited, which was commissioned by HKEx to review the causes of the failure of the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to the primary data centre of the derivatives market, which led to the temporary market closur

  • Deutsche Börse To Issue 400 Million Euro In Commercial Paper - Highest Possible Short-Term Credit Ratings From Moody's And S&P

    Date 26/06/2002

    Deutsche Börse will issue up to 400 million Euro in Commercial Paper starting this Thursday to partly debt finance the acquisition of Cedel International. The biggest portion of the purchase price of 1.6 billion Euro for the outstanding 50 percent stake in Clearstream International plus 0.14 billion Euro for Cedel's remaining assets will be paid from existing cash balances from the IPO in February 2001 and from the successful private placement at the beginning of June 2002. There will be no addi