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  • Nymex Expands Retail Customer Protection

    Date 12/02/2004

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., today established additional retail customer protections supported by a commitment of at least $10 million available at all times to promptly reimburse retail customers in the event that their clearing member defaults as a result of a default by another customer and the customer account margin funds are used to address the default.

  • NYBOT Launches New FCOJ Contracts - New Contracts To Replace Existing FCOJ-1 Contract

    Date 12/02/2004

    On Friday, February 20, the New York Board of Trade® (NYBOT®) will list a new futures contract, FCOJ-A (beginning with the May 2005 expiry), to replace the existing FCOJ-1 contract as the primary FCOJ futures contract at the Exchange. The new FCOJ-A differs from the existing FCOJ contract by specifying that juice deliverable must be of Florida and/or Brazil origin. The old FCOJ-1 contract (listed only through March 2005) has no origin requirements.

  • NYBOT Announces Two Appointments To Its Board Of Governors

    Date 12/02/2004

    The New York Board of Trade® (NYBOT®) announced today two appointments to its Board of Governors: Peter Karpen is reappointed as a Public Member for a two-year term. Since 1997, Mr. Karpen has been a Managing Member of Darien, Conn.-based Diversified Investment Management. Before that, he was a Managing Director at John W. Henry & Co., and a Director at CS First Boston.

  • NYBOT Announces Amendments To Its Sugar No. 11 Rules

    Date 12/02/2004

    The New York Board of Trade® (NYBOT®) announced today several new amendments to its Sugar No. 11 futures contract rules.

  • New York Stock Exchange Market Quality December 2003

    Date 12/02/2004

    The following data provide meaningful measures of the quality of the New York Stock Exchange market, and of NYSE order executions. As the largest stock exchange, NYSE plays a unique role in providing deep and liquid markets for all categories and sizes of market participants. The topics covered are prices, liquidity, volatility, execution speed and certainty.

  • IPE's Brent Contract Attracts Record Daily Volume

    Date 12/02/2004

    The International Petroleum Exchange ("IPE"), Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange, saw its flagship Brent Crude futures contract trade a new daily record of 179,162 lots yesterday. The two percent increase over the previous Brent daily record, of 175,465 lots set in November 2002, followed news of physical supply cuts from OPEC and a surprise downturn in US crude inventories.

  • CMS WebView Wins Rights To Distribute ProphetX In Europe

    Date 12/02/2004

    CMS WebView is pleased to announce that it has won the sole rights to sell and support ProphetX, the market price display system for energy and commodity traders, in mainland Europe. CMS's agreement with US firm DTN Market Access, owner of ProphetX, extends the exclusive rights CMS has to market ProphetX in the UK.

  • Board Of Directors Welcome New World Federation Of Exchanges Chairman, John Thain

    Date 12/02/2004

    John Thain, CEO of the New York Stock Exchange, began his term as Chairman of the World Federation of Exchanges at the Board meeting hosted on February 9th by the London Stock Exchange. He will represent the NYSE for the remainder of this mandate. Mr. Thain looks forward to working with the member exchanges and the Board.

  • American Stock Exchange Names Fred Yager Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications

    Date 12/02/2004

    The American Stock Exchange (Amex) announced today that Fred Yager has been appointed Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications.

  • Ad Hoc Publicity: Formal Investigation Against Adecco S.A. Initiated By The SWX

    Date 12/02/2004

    The SWX Swiss Exchange has initiated a formal investigation against Adecco S.A. in view of a possible violation of Art. 72 Listing Rules (ad hoc publicity). On 20 January 2004, the SWX announced that it had initiated a preliminary investigation of the company. The enquiries since made by the SWX show that a violation of Art. 72 Listing Rules cannot be ruled out in connection with the communiqué of 12 January 2004, according to which the publication of Adecco's annual results for 2003 would have