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  • Borsa Italiana Monthly Key Figures - February 2003

    Date 07/03/2003

    Turnover for February was EUR 51,486.6 million. This compares to EUR 54,061.5 million in January. Domestic turnover in February was EUR 45,849.2 million, foreign turnover 5,088.0 million, Nuovo Mercato, Domestic, EUR 526.2 million, Nuovo Mercato, Foreign, EUR 3.4 million and on the Ristretto market EUR 19.9 million.

  • ADP To Offer Single Stock Futures Processing

    Date 07/03/2003

    ADP Brokerage Services Group (ADP), a division of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NYSE: ADP), announced that it can now provide clients with the ability to process single stock futures in a securities brokerage account.

  • Stock Exchange Of Thailand: Listed Companies Show Profit In 2002 Of Almost THB200 Billion

    Date 06/03/2003

    Seventy-nine percent of listed companies that submitted their 2002 financial statements posted profits of almost B200 billion. The industrial and service sectors, which make up the bulk of the market, posted an increase in profit of more than 50%. The securities sector continued to benefit from the minimum commission fee and saw profits of more than B1.6 billion.

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

    Date 06/03/2003

    Standard & Poor's will make the following changes in the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index after the close of trading on Thursday, March 6, 2003: Getty Copper Corp. (TSXVN:GTY) will change its name to Getty Copper Inc. The new ticker symbol will be "GTC" and the new CUSIP number will be 374271 10 4. The shares will be consolidated on a 1-for-2 basis and the new number of shares issued and outstanding will be 16,701,156.

  • Securities And Exchange Commission: Office Of The Chief Accountant Selects Four Professional Accounting Fellows

    Date 06/03/2003

    The Securities and Exhange Commission's Office of the Chief Accountant has selected four professional accounting fellows for two-year terms beginning in April 2003: Robert J. Comerford, currently a senior manager in Deloitte & Touche LLP's Global Markets Group based in New York Russell P. Hodge, a senior manager in Ernst & Young LLP's Southeast Area Professional Practice Group in Atlanta, Ga. John M. James, a director in PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP's Professional, Techn

  • Program Trading Averaged 38.4 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Feb. 24-28, 2003

    Date 06/03/2003

    The New York Stock Exchange today released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for Feb. 24-28, 2003.

  • Nymex Expands Energy Price Limits; Reduces Market Halts To Five Minutes

    Date 06/03/2003

    The board of directors of the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., last night voted to revise the price limit rules, effective with tomorrow's trading session, for its benchmark energy markets to expand the limits; reduce the time of the halt when those limits are reached to five minutes; and eliminate restrictions on the number of halts and limit expansions in a session.

  • Nymex Announces Launch Plans For Monthly, Weekly, And Daily PJM Electricity Futures Contracts

    Date 06/03/2003

    The board of directors of the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., last night approved launch plans for its three financially settled Pennsylvania/New Jersey/Maryland (PJM) electricity futures contracts, with the monthly contract scheduled to be introduced on April 11; the weekly contract to be introduced the afternoon of May 22 for the trade date of May 23; and the daily contracts to be introduced the afternoon of May 29 for the trade date of May 30.

  • NASD Charges Frank Quattrone With Spinning, Undermining Research Analyst Objectivity, Failure To Cooperate In Investigation

    Date 06/03/2003

    NASD today charged Frank P. Quattrone, formerly the head of Credit Suisse First Boston's (CSFB's) technology sector investment banking unit (Tech Group), with "spinning" violations as well as creating and overseeing a flawed organizational structure that undermined research analyst objectivity. In a separate complaint filed today, NASD also charged Quattrone with failing to cooperate in an NASD investigation into whether he encouraged CSFB Tech Group employees to destroy documents after he was n

  • Investors Want To Choose Trade Types Themselves, So Shows New User Survey From The Copenhagen Stock Exchange

    Date 06/03/2003

    When it comes to securities trading, the users of the Exchange's website want to choose themselves whether to trade securities at a limit price, an average price, as an immediate transaction1 or an on-exchange trade where the investor's order enters the trading system and moves into the market directly. This is one of the results from a survey among the CSE users.