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  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Inc. Announces 2003 Board Of Directors

    Date 19/12/2002

    The shareholders of WCE Holdings Inc. have elected the 2003 Board of Directors. The Board of Directors of WCE Holdings Inc. also serve as the Board of Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Inc. ("WCE").

  • The Oslo Børs Appeals Committee Resolves To Uphold The Decision In Frontier Drilling ASA

    Date 19/12/2002

    At a meeting on 18 December 2002, the Oslo Børs Appeals Committee considered an appeal by Verdipapirfondet Delphi Norge represented by Delphi Fondsforvaltning AS (Delphi) and Aksjefondet Gambak represented by Gambak Fondsforvaltning AS (Gambak) over the decision taken by the Board of Oslo Børs on 25 September 2002 not to consolidate Credit Suisse First Boston Private Equity together with related companies/funds (CSFB) and Carlyle/Riverstone together with related companies/funds (Riverstone)

  • SWX Considering Offer For virt-x plc

    Date 19/12/2002

    The SWX Swiss Exchange is in advanced stage of conducting talks with virt-x of London with the aim of completely taking over virt-x plc, which is listed on London's Alternative Investment Market (AIM). The SWX currently holds 38.9 per cent of the shares of virt-x; another 38.9 per cent are held by the Tradepoint Group (TPG), a consortium of international investors and banks. The TPG has signed an irrevocable undertaking to tender its shares to the SWX for 12.5 pence within the framework of a pub

  • Stockholmsbörsen: Review Of Most Traded And ATTRACT40

    Date 19/12/2002

    Stockholmsbörsen's segment for the most traded shares will be updated from January 1st, 2003. The Most Traded-segment (Mest omsatta) on the A-list will loose 2 companies while Attract40 will get 8 new companies and 10 companies will leave the segment. The companies that leave the segments will be listed among the other companies at the A-list or the O-list segments.

  • Stockholmsbörsen Rejects Demand For VAT Repayment

    Date 19/12/2002

    On June 20, Stockholmsbörsen received a writ from banks and brokerages concerning a demand for the refund of value added tax paid during the years 1993 - 2000 (see also press release dated 2002-06-20).

  • Singapore Exchange Ltd Appoints New Director

    Date 19/12/2002

    Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) today announced that it has appointed Mr Tang Wee Loke as its new non-executive director with effect from 19 December 2002.

  • SET Announces Average Daily Turnover In 2002 Reached More Than THB8 Billion, An Increase Of 30% From Last Year - 25 New Companies Listed Their Shares On The SET, Sending Total Stock Values To More Than THB2 Trillion

    Date 19/12/2002

    The SET announced that trading volume in 2002 were higher than targeted, despite being affected by the situation between the US and Iraq. The SET worked hard to increase its investors base and the quality and quantity of products in the SET and the Market for Alternative Investment (MAI), increasing the efficiency and lowering costs for the industrial sector, and supporting the good governance practices of listed and member companies of the SET.

  • Program Trading Averaged 34.9 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Dec. 9-Dec. 13, 2002

    Date 19/12/2002

    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 Dec. 9-Dec. 13, 2002.

  • Pacific Exchange To Trade S&P Funds

    Date 19/12/2002

    The Pacific Exchange (PCX) announced today that it has expanded its licensing agreement with Standard & Poor's (S&P), and will begin trading options on three additional S&P exchange-traded funds on January 2, 2003.

  • Oslo Børs: New Threshold Of 5% For Disclosure Of Acquisitions Of Large Shareholdings From 1 January 2003

    Date 19/12/2002

    The Ministry of Finance resolved on Wednesday 18 December 2002 to introduce, with effect from 1 January 2003, a new threshold of 5% for the disclosure of acquisitions of large shareholdings and rights to shares. This was accompanied by the approval of a new regulation that introduces certain exemptions from the rules on disclosure of acquisitions for investment firms. These new provisions on disclosure also apply to primary capital certificates.