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  • Nasdaq Announces Changes In Global Marketing

    Date 15/07/2003

    The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. (NASDAQ) today announced that Denise Benou Stires, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, has decided to leave NASDAQ to pursue other professional opportunities. In restructuring the business, Worldwide Marketing will report to John L. Jacobs, Executive Vice President of NASDAQ and CEO of NASDAQ Financial Products Services, Inc. following Ms. Stires departure later this month.

  • Innogenetics To De-List From NASDAQ Europe - Shares To Remain Listed On Euronext Brussels

    Date 15/07/2003

    Innogenetics (Euronext: INNX - NASDAQ Europe: INNX) announced that it has received approval for a voluntary de-listing from the NASDAQ Europe stock exchange. Innogenetics shares will subsequently be traded only on the Euronext Brussels stock exchange.

  • ICOS Vision Systems Corporation N.V. Announces De-Listing From Nasdaq Europe

    Date 15/07/2003

    ICOS Vision Systems Corporation NV(Nasdaq, Nasdaq Europe and Euronext: IVIS), a world leader invision and inspection systems for the semiconductor industry,announced today that Nasdaq Europe has approved its request todelist its shares from the Nasdaq Europe market, subject to thefulfillment of certain conditions. The de-listing is expectedto take place on August 15, 2003.

  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange: Focus: Difficult Market Conditions Continue To Confine The Earnings Potential For Suppliers Of Mobile Telecom Equipment

    Date 15/07/2003

    Just three years ago the share prices of the telecom sector sky-rocketed, and the sector was driven by high expectations, a high investment level and the belief that new technology, consolidation and acquisitions could secure the high growth rates in the future. Today, the picture has been turned upside down, and the upswing of the telecom sector did not last.

  • CFTC Announces Approval Of Exchange Rules Implementing CME/CBOT Common Clearing Link

    Date 15/07/2003

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today announced the approval of rules submitted by the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), pursuant to Section 5c(c)(3) of the Commodity Exchange Act, implementing a Common Clearing Link (Link) between the two largest U.S. futures exchanges. The Link is an agreement under which the CME will provide clearing and related services for all CBOT products. Under the terms of the Link, clearing services are expected to

  • CFTC Adopts Core Principle For CTAs' Presentation Of Performance Of Partially Funded Accounts

    Date 15/07/2003

    Commodity Trading Advisors (CTAs) will be able to present the past performance of their partially funded client accounts in a manner consistent with a core principle adopted by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).

  • Baltic Stock Exchanges Monthly Statistics - June 2003

    Date 15/07/2003

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  • The Turnover Of The Corporate Securities Market On The MICEX Grew 2-Fold In The First Six Months Of 2003

    Date 14/07/2003

    The total turnover of the MICEX market of non-government securities in the first six months of 2003 grew 2-fold as compared with the same period of 2002: 1,26 trillion rubles (40,7 billion dollars) against 623,5 billion rubles (20,1 billion dollars). Especially dynamic was the market of corporate and subfederal (regional) bonds. The volume of operations in these securities grew 4,5-fold.

  • The MICEX Currency Market's Average Daily Turnover Grows 2,3-Fold

    Date 14/07/2003

    In the first six months of 2003, the total trading volume on the exchange currency market exceeded 60 billion dollars, a 92% rise over the last year. As compared with 2002, the average daily trading volume grew 2.3-fold (from $279 million in 2002 to $647 million in the first six months of 2003). The most notable result was the growth of the attractiveness of the exchange currency market for all categories of participants in trades.

  • RTS Stock Exchange Order-Driven Market: Market Data

    Date 14/07/2003

    For the week of July 7th - July 11th, 2003, daily average trading volume of direct, indirect and REPO transactions on Order-driven market increased by 21%, from 12 002 to 14 483 million rubles. The number of indirect transactions equaled 10 908; indirect transactions volume reached 6 924 million rubles, with 188 million shares changing hands. Internet trading accounted for 30% of total weekly trading volume.