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  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 04/07/2000

    The market fell slightly losing 0.4%.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Company News

    Date 04/07/2000

    Sefalana reported an excellent set of year-end results for the eighteen-month period to 30th April 2000, which were better than our expectations. Turnover increased an impressive 58% (annualised) from P188m to P462m for the 18 months. Earnings rose from P12.1m to P30.1m - an annualised growth of 66%. Annualised EPS was 125.29t (1998 - 75.63) compared to our forecast of 113.4t. Annualised DPS increased 55% % from 43t to 67t. Management is confident that the group will continue to perform well.

  • Trading Volume Continues To Rise At CBOE

    Date 03/07/2000

    Trading volume at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the world's largest options exchange, continued at a record-setting pace in June, surpassing figures from the previous year. In June, average daily volume was 1.1 million contracts per day, making it the tenth consecutive month that average daily volume has exceeded a million contracts per day at CBOE. Year-to-date average daily volume now stands at a record 1.35 million contracts, 48.7% ahead of the year-ago level of 912,134 contract

  • SGX Opens Access Further From 1 July - Exchange To Accept New Securities Members & Allow Dual Membership

    Date 03/07/2000

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) has announced measures to further open access to its markets. From 1 July 2000 onwards, the Exchange will (1) accept applications for new members of the securities market; and (2) allow a single legal entity to be a member of both the securities and derivatives markets.

  • SGX And NUS Join Efforts To Further Develop The Derivatives Industry In Singapore- Key Initiative To Develop Pricing And Hedging Strategy Models And Suite Of Training Computerware

    Date 03/07/2000

    Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading Ltd (SGX-DT) and the National University of Singapore Centre for Financial Engineering (NUS-CFE) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to strengthen co-operation in relation to the development of derivatives products, financial engineering research and public education in derivatives.

  • SEHK Options Clearing House Limited Adjustments To China Mobile (Formely Known As China Telecom) Options And Futures Contracts

    Date 03/07/2000

    The SEHK Options Clearing House Limited (SEOCH) will adjust open positions in China Mobile (Hong Kong) Limited options contracts (CHT options contracts) in response to the announcement made by China Mobile (Hong Kong) Limited regarding the reduction in board lot size from 2,000 shares to 500 shares with effect from 7 August 2000.

  • Pacific Exchange To Trade Six New Options

    Date 03/07/2000

    The Pacific Exchange (PCX) today announced the listing of six new options issues. For expiration cycles and strike prices, visit the Options Listings Bulletin section of the PCX Web site.

  • OM Stockholm Exchange Today Introduces Its New O-list And Attract40

    Date 03/07/2000

    OM Stockholm Exchange today introduces Attract40, a new segment within the O-list. At the same time, the O-list and the OTC-list will be combined in the new O-list, and a new index based on Attract40 is launched.

  • London Metal Exchange: Review Of The Weighting Of LMEX Components By The Independent Review Committee

    Date 03/07/2000

    The independent committee that has responsibility for reviewing the weighting of the metals that comprise the LMEX index met in London under the chairmanship of Professor Thomas Schneeweis on Friday 26 May. One member of the committee, Dr Richard Spurgin, was unable to attend, but gave his views to the chairman of the committee.

  • LME Announces Record 6-Monthly Volumes

    Date 03/07/2000

    The London Metal Exchange Limited today announced record trading of 35.4 million lots for the first 6 months in 2000. This represents an increase of 18% over the same period in 1999, itself a record year. At today's prices, total Exchange traded volume in the first half of 2000 is equivalent to $1.4 trillion.