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  • SWX Monthly Report July 2002

    Date 03/08/2002

    The SWX Monthly Report with statistics as at July 2002 can be accessed by clicking here.

  • Western Canadian Weather Playing Large Role In Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Commodity Price Trends

    Date 02/08/2002

    WCE's new-crop commodity values increased, setting numerous new contract highs during the month of July, as well as reaching price levels not seen in a number of years. Weather has played a key role in the up trend in Winnipeg commodity prices, as a heat wave swept across the prairies from late June through the first part of July.

  • Volume Shoots Up 24% At CBOE - Trading In Index Options Increases 101% - Five Volume Records Established

    Date 02/08/2002

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) announced today that total volume for the month of July 2002 shot up 24% over July 2001. Exchange-wide volume for July totaled 28,610,135 options contracts (15,495,655 calls and 13,114,480 puts), compared to 23,011,071 contracts traded in July 2001. Volume in July averaged 1,300,461 contracts daily, an increase of 19% over the average daily volume of 1,095,765 contracts for July, 2001. At the end of July 2002, open interest stood at 86,066,948 contracts,

  • United Arab Emirates Bourse Recovers Ground

    Date 02/08/2002

    The UAE bourse's Emnex index picked up 1.84 points to close at 2,066.52 points on Wednesday, recouping ground lost over the previous two days. Insurance shares were in demand. So far this year the UAE stock market has not enjoyed the steep rise in value seen in some other GCC bourses, and it remains dogged by poor liquidity and low trading volumes.

  • TRAF The Most Actively Traded MAI Stock In July

    Date 02/08/2002

    The Chairman of the Capital Market Opportunity Center (CMOC) Ms. Sopawadee Lertmanaschai, announced that "In July, the Daidomon Group Public Co., Ltd. began trading on the Market for Alternative Investment (MAI) on July 30, while Shun Thai Rubber Gloves Industry Public Co., Ltd. initiated trading on August 1. This resulted in a 1,006.70 million baht increase in the market capitalization of the MAI, which was recorded at 2,148.15 million baht (as at August 1, 2002).

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange Imposed A Penalty On Mito Securities Co., Ltd.

    Date 02/08/2002

    TSE imposed a penalty on Mito Securities Co., Ltd. ("Mito Securities") of JPY 10 million fine for conclusion of a contract to manage a discretionary account.

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange Imposed A Penalty On Barclays Capital Japan Limited

    Date 02/08/2002

    TSE imposed a penalty on Barclays Capital Japan Limited("BARCLAYS") of JPY 3 million fine for following business without prior authorization, prior approval or notification to the FSA.

  • Singapore Stock Exchange: Three More Companies To Offer Full Market Depth Information To Investors

    Date 02/08/2002

    Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) yesterday announced that three more companies - including two SGX member firms and one market data vendor - would soon be able to provide full market depth information to investors.

  • SET Clarifies Rumors On Penalty Against Members

    Date 02/08/2002

    According to the news saying that the SET would charge penalty against members who have breached SET's rules on minimum brokerage fee, The SET President, Mr. Kittiratt Na-Ranong, clarified that member audit regarding the brokerage fee is included in the SET's normal operation process.

  • SEC Prepares To Implement Sarbanes-Oxley Act Requirement For CEO And CFO Certification Of SEC Filings

    Date 02/08/2002

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today provided information about the SEC's plans to implement the provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act that requires the CEOs and CFOs of public companies to personally certify that the reports their companies file with the Commission are both accurate and complete.