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  • The Future Of The FUTOP Market

    Date 25/07/2000

    At a meeting on 20 June 2000, the Board of Directors of the FUTOP Clearing Centre decided that the solution for the Danish derivatives market would be to: move share derivatives and derivatives on the KFX Index to the Swedish trading system CLICK; interest rate derivatives are transferred to SAXESS, and all products are cleared via the Swedish SECUR instead of the FUTOP system.

  • SEC To Establish Advisory Committee On Market Information

    Date 25/07/2000

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that it is establishing a federal advisory committee to assist it in evaluating issues relating to the public availability of market information in the equities and options markets. The Securities and Exchange Commission Advisory Committee on Market Information will have a broad mandate to explore both fundamental matters, such as the benefits of price transparency and consolidated market information, and practical issues such as the most ef

  • Revision Of Foreign Shares In All-Share And Sub-Group Indices Of Copenhagen Stock Exchange

    Date 25/07/2000

    The number of foreign shares in the All-Share and sub-group indices of the CSE has been revised on 1 August 2000.

  • Paris Bourse Midcap Trading Data - Trading In Midcaps Reaches Record Highs In 1st-Half 2000 - June Figures Steady

    Date 25/07/2000

    Mid-size stocks traded on the Second Marché and Nouveau Marché in Paris turned in a record performance in the first half of 2000, with transactions totaling EUR 20.33 bn compared with EUR 15.8 bn for the whole of 1999. The number of trades reached 6.5 million, nearly twice the full-year 1999 figure of 3.7 million.

  • NYSE Proposes To Start Decimal-Pricing Pilot On Aug. 28

    Date 25/07/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange, together with a securities-industry committee on decimal pricing, has proposed to the Securities and Exchange Commission an Aug. 28 start date for the decimal-pricing pilot for NYSE-listed stocks.

  • NYBOT And NYMEX Litigation Dismissed Regarding Clearing Member

    Date 25/07/2000

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) today announced a settlement of the litigation between the respective exchanges relating to the suspension of a clearing member, Klein & Co. Futures, Inc., from NYBOT and its clearinghouse, the New York Clearing Corporation (NYCC).

  • Karen Lee Appointed, Head Of Listing, Regulation & Risk Management Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing Limited

    Date 25/07/2000

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) has appointed Ms Karen Lee as Head of Listing, Regulation & Risk Management. She succeeds Mr Lawrence Fok, whose appointment as Deputy Chief Operating Officer of HKEx and Chief Executive of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong with effect from 1 August was announced in June.

  • Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. To Join Nasdaq Financial-100 Index Beginning July 31, 2000

    Date 25/07/2000

    Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. (Nasdaq:HCBK) of Paramus, New Jersey, will become a component of the Nasdaq Financial-100 Index®, effective at the beginning of trading Monday, July 31, 2000. Hudson City Bancorp will replace Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires S.A., which is being acquired by Grupo Financiero Galicia S.A.

  • CME E-mini Lean Hog Contract Opens

    Date 25/07/2000

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) officials today rang a ceremonial bell initiating trading in "E-mini" lean hog futures contracts-the first traditional agricultural commodity to be traded exclusively on the CME's GLOBEX®2 electronic trading system.

  • Central Bank Of Iceland Weekly Repo Auction 25/7 2000

    Date 25/07/2000

    The Central Bank of Iceland held a weekly auction of repurchase agreements on July 25, of the standard maturity of 14 days. The auction was a fixed rate one at 10.6 per cent p.a. Offers were made for a total amount of 20 billion krónur resulting in repurchase contracts for that amount.