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  • London Stock Exchange: Monthly Market Report For August 2002 - Continued Growth In The Number Of UK Trades On SETS In August 2002

    Date 09/09/2002

    The number of trades on SETS, the Exchange's electronic order book, increased 56 per cent in August 2002 to 2.0 million trades compared with 1.3 million in August 2001. The average daily number of trades on SETS rose 63 per cent from 59,446 in August 2001 to 96,848 in August 2002.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Monthly Statistical Report August 2002

    Date 09/09/2002

    Turnover The total turnover on all market segments of LJSE (Ljubljana Stock Exchange) in August 2002 reached SIT 38.16 billion, which was SIT 2 billion less than in July 2002. In comparison to August 2001, turnover increased by SIT 19 billion. The total 2002 turnover has already amounted to SIT 284.5 billion, or 82% of the total turnover of the previous year. Once again, shares of listed companies (70.1%), made up the largest part in the total turnover structure in August 2002,with

  • KCBT Changes Minimum Margins For Trading Wheat

    Date 09/09/2002

    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:

  • Instinet: Regarding Business Operation On September 11, 2002

    Date 09/09/2002

    The NYSE and Nasdaq have announced that they will delay their official market openings until 11:00 am EST on September 11th. Nasdaq will begin a pre-opening "trade-or-move" period at 10:50 am and will operate in this mode until 10:59:59, after which time the official market open will take place.

  • Instinet Delays Trading In Remembrance Of September 11th

    Date 09/09/2002

    Instinet Commemorates In observation of the first anniversary of September 11th, Instinet will be commemorating those who lost their lives during the attacks with various internal activities and honoring the families and friends of all the victims. In particular, Instinet will be remembering the lives of two remarkable colleagues, Anil Bharvaney and Steve Tompsett, who lost their lives on September 11th and will be reflecting on their many contributions to our organization.

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

    Date 09/09/2002

    For the week of September 2nd-September 6th, 2002, the total trading volume on FORTS (Futures & Options on RTS) reached 450.6 thousand contracts or 1 429 million rubles in underlying value, compared to previous week's 466.7 thousand contracts and 1 569 million rubles, respectively. The number of trades executed dropped from 12 170 to 11 769.

  • CME To Open Equity Markets In Coordination With NYSE On Sept. 11

    Date 09/09/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) announced that it will coordinate the opening of its stock index products on Sept. 11 with the opening of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Accordingly, CME stock index products will open at 10:00 a.m. (Central time) or as soon thereafter as the NYSE opens on that day. Earlier today, NYSE announced that if the memorial service scheduled at the World Trade Center site runs beyond its anticipated conclusion at 10:29 a.m. (Eastern time), the exchange will de

  • CME Marks Five Years Of E-Mini<SUP>™</SUP> S&P 500 Futures

    Date 09/09/2002

    launch of E-mini™ S&P 500 futures-the first smaller sized, electronically traded futures contracts and the fastest growing product in the exchange's history.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 09/09/2002

    The market weakened slightly, shaving off only 0.2% for a credible performance given the state of global markets.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Company news

    Date 09/09/2002

    MRIB - The Company reported good operating results for the year ended 30th June 2002. Turnover improved 11% to P13.6m while direct costs jumped 21% to P6.0. Administrative costs were well contained, falling 7% to P3.7m, and leading to growth of 20% in operating profit to P4.1m. A provision of P0.5m was made against a loan to a subsidiary of the now defunct AA Botswana. Profit before tax rose 115% to P4.6m from. However, this was off a relatively low base due to the P2.2m provision made l