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  • Nymex Sets Daily Record In Crude Oil Calendar Spread Options Trading

    Date 27/06/2002

    Crude oil calendar spread options set a daily volume record on the New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., yesterday when 1,770 contracts were traded, surpassing the volume of 1,100 contracts traded on June 19, 2002.

  • NextEconomy And NextPrime Companies To Meet European Investors On September 4 & 5, 2002

    Date 27/06/2002

    Companies that have joined the NextEconomy and NextPrime segments of Euronext will meet investors from all over Europe on September 4 and 5, 2002 at a conference designed to promote awareness of their activities. The conference is organised by Euronext in partnership with twelve brokers

  • HKEx: Amendments To The Main Board Listing Rules

    Date 27/06/2002

    The Exchange has reduced the fees for listing debt securities on the Exchange after 1 July 2002.

  • Four New Indexes Mark Launch Of NYSE Index Family: NYSE World Leaders, NYSE International 100, NYSE US 100 And NYSE TMT To Be Launched

    Date 27/06/2002

    The New York Stock Exchange today will launch the first four of a family of new NYSE-branded indexes that will include the NYSE World Leaders, NYSE International 100, NYSE U.S. 100 and NYSE TMT Indexes. NYSE indexes are the first to track the performance of select NYSE-listed companies in key market sectors of the largest and most transparent market in the world.

  • Euroclear To Launch New Book-Entry Settlement Service For Euronext Paris Trades

    Date 27/06/2002

    Euroclear and Euronext are pleased to announce the launch of a book-entry settlement service in Euroclear Bank for trades on Euronext Paris, in parallel with the service already offered by Euroclear France, the French central securities depository (CSD). This means that, for the first time anywhere in Europe, users of a major, multi-market stock exchange will have a choice of settlement location for their trades.

  • CME Records Busiest Day In Its 104-Year History As Trading Volume Surpasses 4 Million

    Date 27/06/2002

    Volume on Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) increased to more than four million contracts for the first time in its 104-year history yesterday, June 26, as a record 4,256,378 contracts changed hands. The new record surpasses by 20 percent a record set March 7, at 3,542,992 contracts. The underlying value of the contracts traded yesterday was $3.1 trillion.

  • CME Independence Day Holiday Schedule

    Date 27/06/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) has announced the following trading schedule for the Independence Day holiday (all times are Central time).

  • CFTC Approves NFA Rules On Retail Foreign Currency Trading

    Date 27/06/2002

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has approved a National Futures Association (NFA) bylaw and rule that create a "Forex Dealer Member" membership category and prohibit fraud by these members. The Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000 amended the Commodity Exchange Act to provide that the offering of foreign currency futures or options to retail customers on an off-exchange basis is unlawful unless the counterparty is one specifically approved in the Act, such as a futures commission

  • CBOT's Electronic Trading Platform Breaks Daily Trading Record

    Date 27/06/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) announced today its members set a new daily volume record on the exchange's electronic trading platform with 899,080 contracts traded on June 26, 2002, breaking the previous record of 706,720 contracts set on May 30, 2002. The CBOT®traded a total of 2,352,115 contracts yesterday, of which 1,453,035 were traded in the open auction marketplace, representing 62% of the overall volume.

  • Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange:Trading Starts 15 Minutes Earlier on 1 July 2002

    Date 26/06/2002

    TIFFE announced that trading for all contracts starts at 8:45am(JST) on 1 July 2002, responding to the release of a BOJ's TANKAN report at 8:50am.