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  • CBOT BBI-40 Muni Bond Futures Settle At 108-10

    Date 19/12/2002

    The CBOT® Bond BuyerTM 40 Municipal Bond Index futures contract for the December 2002 expiration was cash settled today at the following final settlement price: 108-10/32nds or 108-10.

  • 3.5 Trillion Euros In Turnover On German Stock Exchanges In 2002

    Date 19/12/2002

    Based on preliminary figures for the year 2002, which include an estimate for the last five trading days, a total volume of some 3.5 trillion euros will be traded on the German stock exchanges (2001: 4.5 trillion euros). The total comprises about 2.6 trillion euros in equities, warrants and exchange-traded funds (2001: 3.3 trillion euros) and about 850 billion euros in fixed-income securities (2001: 1.2 trillion euros). January was the highest-turnover month in 2002, with some 366 billi

  • Warsaw Exchange Announces Adjustments In WIG And WIRR indices

    Date 18/12/2002

    The Warsaw Stock Exchange announces the following quarterly adjustment changes to the WIG and WIRR SmallCap Indices: Mitex, 7Bulls, Ropczyce and Olawa will be removed from the WIG Index and Bedzin, Ponarfeh, Pekabex, Piasecki and Beefsan will be removed from the WIRR Index, because they no longer meet the criteria of participation.

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index

    Date 18/12/2002

    Standard & Poor's will make the following changes in the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index:

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In The S&P/TSX Composite Index

    Date 18/12/2002

    Standard & Poor's Canadian Index Operations announces that effective after the close of business on Friday, December 20, 2002 the relative weights of the companies in the S&P/TSX Canadian Indices will be adjusted. The relative weight change reflects the quarterly update to the float shares of various companies. Changes to the indices are in accordance with S&P/TSX Composite Index Maintenance Policies. The relative weights of the following companies will change by 0.05% or more in the S&P/TSX C

  • Singapore Exchange Launches Chinese Micro Website

    Date 18/12/2002

    SGX has launched a Chinese micro website, which contains information about the exchange and its securities business. This includes information on how companies can list on the exchange, statistics, securities prices, market summaries and profiles of most of the China-related companies. Click here to to visit the site.

  • SEC Proposes Electronic Filing Of Insider Ownership Reports, Adopts Standardized Options Exemptions

    Date 18/12/2002

    The Securities and Exchange Commission took the following actions at its open meeting today:

  • Oslo Børs: Nordstjernen And Orkla Shareholdings In Elkem Consolidated

    Date 18/12/2002

    The Board of Oslo Børs has today concluded that the shares held by Nordstjernen Holding AS and Orkla ASA in Elkem ASA shall be treated as a consolidated holding for the purposes of the rules on mandatory offers. The two companies hold in total more than 40% of the share capital of Elkem ASA, and consolidation therefore triggers the duty to make an offer for the company. Orkla ASA must therefore give immediate notice either that it intends to make an offer to purchase all the remaining shares

  • NYSE Emphasizes Member Firms Must Ensure Accuracy, Integrity of Order-Routing Systems - Recent Errors Prompt Reminder About Rules and Business Practices

    Date 18/12/2002

    The New York Stock Exchange has issued a memorandum underscoring member firms' responsibilities to protect against errors in orders sent to the NYSE via electronic systems.

  • New Zealand Stock Exchange: Recalculation Of The NZSE Indices Now Set For February 2003

    Date 18/12/2002

    The New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZSE) has received a significant amount of feedback on its updated "Reforming and Improving the NZSE Indices" Proposal. As a result of comprehensive one-on-one interviews with major institutions and actuaries and feedback from the submission process, the NZSE has decided to revise commencement of the recalculation date of the indices, until February 2003.