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  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In S&P/TSX Canadian Indices

    Date 07/10/2003

    Standard & Poor's Canadian Index Operations announces the following index change effective after the close of business on Wednesday, October 8, 2003: The relative weight of Provident Energy Trust (TSX:PVE.UN - GICS 10102020 Oil & Gas Exploration & Production) will increase by approximately 0.06% in the S&P/TSX Capped Income Trust Index and by 0.13% in the S&P/TSX Capped Energy Trust Index. The relative weight change reflects an adjustment to the float units of the limited partnership due

  • September 2003: Performance Of The MICEX Markets With Comment On The Situation

    Date 07/10/2003

    In September, 28,9 billion dollars worth of transactions were concluded in all of the MICEX markets, which exceeds the August trading volume by 43,3%.

  • Official Start Of The Internet SEM-ON.NET Portal Of The South-Eastern Europe Stock Exchanges

    Date 07/10/2003

    On Tuesday, 7th October 2003, the Ljubljana Stock Exchange witnessed the inauguration of the new sem-on.net internet portal established as part of the Information Integration of the Stock Exchanges of SE Europe Project, by the Ljubljana Stock Exchange. A three-year venture starting in 2002 is being implemented within the European Stability Pact, and focuses on the creation of organisation and infrastructure to enable informing and collecting of information about the capital markets on the region

  • Nymex Will Increase Size And Clearing Fees Of E-miNY<SUP>sm</SUP> Futures

    Date 07/10/2003

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., will increase the size of its e-miNYsm crude oil and natural gas futures contracts to 50% from 40% of the underlying standard size contracts with the listing of the December contracts and will increase clearing fees accordingly at that time.

  • Nymex Sets Fees for Clearing Monthly PJM Electricity Futures Through NYMEX ClearPort<SUP>sm</SUP>

    Date 07/10/2003

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., will begin charging fees for off-exchange transactions in financially settled monthly PJM electricity futures that are cleared through NYMEX ClearPortsm, beginning with the October 13 business session.

  • Nymex Names New Head Of Houston Office

    Date 07/10/2003

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., today announced that Marianne Hughes has been retained as director of its Houston office.

  • North American Securities Administrators Association Comment Letter Regarding OCC Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking

    Date 07/10/2003

    NASAA yesterday objected to proposed rules from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency that would seek to significantly expand existing preemption standards applicable to national banks and their operating subsidiaries. In a comment letter to the OCC, NASAA President and Connecticut Securities Director Ralph A. Lambiase said "the potential impact of the OCC’s proposal on this country’s banking system and all consumers is enormous." Lambiase said NASAA believes the proposal "raises the leg

  • Monte Titoli Launches Express II The New Settlement System

    Date 07/10/2003

    Monte Titoli, a company of Borsa Italiana Group, in agreement with Banca d'Italia has drawn up the timetable for the launch of Express II, the new system for settlement of securities transactions.

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange: More Flexibility In Share Buy-Backs For Market Efficiency

    Date 07/10/2003

    The Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) has made amendments to the KLSE Listing Requirements (LR) to provide listed companies more flexibility in relation to share buy-backs. Listed companies were first allowed under the Guidelines issued by KLSE, to buy back their own shares in September 1997.

  • Investment Services Directive: Council Agreement Is Major Step Towards Integrated EU Equities Market

    Date 07/10/2003

    The European Commission has welcomed the Council's political agreement on the proposed Investment Services Directive. The proposed Directive would increase harmonisation of national rules and give investment firms an effective "single passport", which would allow them to operate throughout the EU on the basis of authorisation in their home Member State. It would also make sure investors enjoyed a high level of protection when employing investment firms, wherever in Europe they were located. It s