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  • CBOE Sets 10:00 a.m. Market Opening For September 11

    Date 23/08/2002

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) today announced that in conjunction with the delayed opening of the New York Stock Exchange, the CBOE will open trading at 10:00 a.m. CDT (Chicago time) on Wednesday, September 11, 2002. The delayed opening is in honor of the victims of 9/11 and in respect for the memorial services planned for that day in New York City and across the country.

  • Arab Markets Meet Soon

    Date 23/08/2002

    The second Arab Common Market meeting for economic, industrial and investment cooperation is set to take place in Cairo at the end of August. The conference will include several working papers on the planned Arab Free Trade Zone, investment opportunities and exhibitions in bolstering inter-Arab cooperation, e-commerce and joint projects.

  • 2002 Canadian Shareowners Study: Canadian Investors Take "Back To Basics" Approach To Investing

    Date 23/08/2002

    It seems that Canadians are taking a traditionalist approach to their stock portfolios, this according to the 2002 Canadian Shareowners Study. Investors are holding on to their portfolios and after years of trying to make decisions on their own, they are once again seeking advice from investment professionals.

  • 16 Firms Join The RTS

    Date 23/08/2002

    On August 22, 2002, the RTS Board of Directors welcomed the following 16 new member firms to the Partnership:

  • Stock Exchange Of Thailand Listed Companies Increase Performance in Q2 by 65%, Gaining A Total Of Over 100 Billion Baht In Profits

    Date 22/08/2002

    Listed companies on the Thai bourse announced their Q2 operational performance, posting a 65% increase in profits from Q1. For their half-year performance, profits reached 119,477 million baht. The top five profitable sectors were Energy, Transportation, Building and Furnishing Materials, Property Development, and Commerce, those profits accounted for approximately 70% of the total profits for listed companies. Securities companies have also gained since the minimum brokerage fee was reimposed.

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In S&P/TSX Canadian Gold Sector Index

    Date 22/08/2002

    Standard & Poor's will make the following change in the S&P/TSX Canadian Gold Sector Index: Effective after the close of trading on Friday, August 23, 2002, the following change will take place in the S&P/TSX Canadian Gold Sector Index. The weight of Placer Dome Inc. (TSX: PDG) will increase by approximately 4.49% in the S&P/TSX Canadian Gold Sector Index. The relative weight change reflects an adjustment to the float shares pursuant to S&P/TSX Canadian Sector Index methodology. <

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Canadian Index Change: S&P/TSX Composite, S&P/TSX Capped Composite, S&P/TSX Canadian SmallCap And TSX 200 Indices

    Date 22/08/2002

    On August 20, 2002, the shareholders of Storm Energy Inc. (TSX:SME) approved the plan of arrangement whereby the company will be divided into an income trust, Focus Energy Trust, and an exploration company named Storm Energy Ltd.

  • SGX To Provide Enhanced Electronic Trading Facilities At New Global Electronic Trading Centre

    Date 22/08/2002

    Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) today announced that it will provide enhanced facilities for derivatives trading at the new Global Electronic Trading Centre (GETC). Located at SGX Centre, this facility will provide SGX Derivatives Trading (SGX-DT) Individual Members (Locals) direct access to the exchange's derivatives market and approved overseas markets via order-routing services, subject to approval from their SGX-DT Clearing Members. This will enable them to trade other derivatives and secur

  • Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Pitt Seeks Review Of Initial Public Offering Process

    Date 22/08/2002

    As part of an ongoing effort to bolster investor confidence, Chairman Harvey L. Pitt of the Securities and Exchange Commission has asked the National Association of Securities Dealers and the New York Stock Exchange to review the initial public offering (IPO) process, including IPO allocation practices and the roles of issuers and underwriters in the price setting and offering process.

  • Program Trading Averaged 34.5 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Aug. 12-Aug. 16, 2002

    Date 22/08/2002

    The New York Stock Exchange today released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for Aug. 12-Aug. 16, 2002.