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  • FTSE Group Launches Innovative Style Index Series

    Date 04/09/2002

    FTSE Group, the fastest growing global index provider, today unveils an innovative new series of Global Style Indices, comprising separate Value and Growth indices for the world's developed and advanced emerging markets. The new FTSE Global Style Index Series brings together the latest thinking in the fields of Value and Growth investment to create a simple and easy to use index design that meets the needs of today's investment community.

  • Euronext: First NextEconomy/NextPrime Event Poised For Success - Over 1,100 One-To-One Meetings Programmed

    Date 04/09/2002

    Euronext's first NextEconomy NextPrime Event will take place on 4 and 5 September, bringing together investment professionals from throughout Europe, top management of companies listed in the NextEconomy and NextPrime market segments, and intermediaries specialised in these stocks.

  • Euronext And Tokyo Stock Exchange Sign An Agreement For General Cooperation

    Date 04/09/2002

    Euronext and Tokyo Stock Exchange today signed an agreement outlining general cooperation. Cooperation between the two Exchanges will facilitate the development and efficient operation of both markets and contribute to investor protection.

  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange: Refinancing Of Mortgages Contributed To The Highest Bond Trading Volume Of The Year, Whereas The Share Trading Volume Was On A Par With August 2001

    Date 04/09/2002

    The value of average daily trading in shares and unit trust certificates amounted to just under DKK 1.5 billion, which was the same level as in August 2001. Turnover in the KFX shares advanced by 12 per cent.

  • CBOT August Volume Sets Record At 36.5 Million Contracts

    Date 04/09/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) today announced record trading volume of 36,482,162 contracts for August 2002, up 58.6% from August 2001 and up 31.7% year-to-date (YTD) at 222,846,728. August 2002 volume was up 9.8% from the previous monthly volume record set in July 2002 at 33,240,174.

  • August Volume: CME's August Volume Surpasses All Previous Augusts

    Date 04/09/2002

    Trading volume on Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) in August surpassed any previous August in the exchange's history, as 48.3 million contracts changed hands, a 41 percent increase over year-ago levels. The underlying value of CME's August trading volume totaled $30.4 trillion. Year-to-date, CME volume of 366.8 million contracts is 44 percent higher than 2001 levels.

  • August On The Warsaw Stock Exchange

    Date 04/09/2002

    In August 2002, WSE large and medium-sized companies indices rose; so did the WIG index covering all companies from the main market. WIG20, the blue-chip index, increased most.

  • Two Minutes Silence At Helsinki Exchanges On 11 September

    Date 03/09/2002

    On 11 September 2002 Europe's Stock Exchanges will all commemorate the first anniversary of the 11 September tragedy in the United States.

  • TSX Statistics - August 2002

    Date 03/09/2002

    This Month's Highlights Toronto Stock Exchange August equity volume 3.0 billion shares Toronto Stock Exchange August equity value $42.0 billion S&P/TSX Composite Index closes August at 6611.95 up 6.53 from July To view a summary of market statistics for August 2002 for the Toronto Stock Exchange, please click here.

  • SWX Swiss Exchange Index Adjustments To Take Effect October 2002

    Date 03/09/2002

    Normal adjustmentsPursuant to the Index Rules of the SWX Swiss Exchange, normal adjustments are made annually on the first trading day of October. In this connection, the data pertaining to a given company's number of shares, as well as the free-float that is relevant for it's weighting in an index, are updated. Effectively immediately, the related summary, along with all pertinent information, can be accessed on the Internet at http://www.swx.com/indices_en.html