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  • Program Trading Averaged 38.8 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Jan 27-31, 2003

    Date 06/02/2003

    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 Jan. 27-31, 2003.

  • OM Strengthens Focus On Banks And Financial Institutions

    Date 06/02/2003

    OM is sharpening its focus on the customer segment that includes banks and financial institutions by establishing a new business area called Banks & Brokers. To a great extent, the new business area is based on what was earlier a part of the Broker Services business area, including the unit that is under the supervision of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, and other business units within OM in Stockholm, London and New York that target banks and brokerage firms. OM is now consolidatin

  • KOFEX Weekly Bulletin

    Date 06/02/2003

    Summary This week, the KTB futures market continued strong performance. Following its ongoing upward trend the leading month contract KTB303 increased by 49 ticks for the first three days of the week reaching at 108.81 on Wednesday. Amid ongoing Japanese Yen's strength against the US Dollar, the Korean Won continued enjoying its strength against the Greenback as well at the KOFEX USD/KRW futures market.

  • January On The Warsaw Stock Exchange - Monthly Statistics

    Date 06/02/2003

    In January 2003, two WSE indices: WIRR - small companies index and TechWIG - index of the Segment for Innovative Technologies went up. Other WSE indices fell.

  • ICEX News And Views - February 2003

    Date 06/02/2003

    The subject of this issue is investor relations on the Icelandic market.

  • HKFE Announces Revised Margins For Futures Contracts

    Date 06/02/2003

    Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (HKFE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), announced that with effect from the commencement of trading on Friday, 7 February 2003, the minimum margins to be collected by an Exchange Participant from its clients in respect of their dealings in the following futures contracts will be as outlined in the Table below. The adjustments are based on the clearin

  • GL TRADE Reports 26.3% Growth In Sales For 2002 Despite

    Date 06/02/2003

    Sales in 2002 were €128.8m, including €3.3m from the former CGI Japan acquired in April 2002. Q4 sales were €35.1m, an increase of 14% on the same period in 2001, despite the fact that sales in Q4 2001 were exceptionally high due to nonrecurrent revenues. Adverse exchange rate movements reduced the rate of growth in the quarter by around 2 percentage points. Against a background of market conditions, which led brokers to exercise considerable caution in making investment dec

  • FTSE Widens Focus In 2003 To Include Japan

    Date 06/02/2003

    FTSE Group, the independent global index company, will expand its business activities in Asia Pacific throughout 2003 with a focus on Japan. To achieve this, FTSE has appointed Paul Hoff, a well-respected professional with over twenty years financial services experience in Japan, as Managing Director of Asia Pacific for FTSE Group.

  • FTSE All-World Review - January 2003 Issue Now Available

    Date 06/02/2003

    The January 2003 issue of the FTSE All-World Review is now available in PDF format from the website at http://www.ftseall-world.com .

  • Exchange Approves Innovative Intermediary Incentive Plan For NYMEX ClearPort<SUP><SMALL>SM</SUP></SMALL> Trading Platform

    Date 06/02/2003

    The board of directors of the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., last night approved an innovative plan which will allow intermediaries to share in the revenues from the NYMEX ClearPortSM trading platform.