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  • Trust And Investment Bank And National Development Bank Become RTS Stock Exchange Bonds Market Makers

    Date 27/12/2002

    Trust and Investment Bank (TIBM) and National Development Bank (NBRT) have recently obtained the market-maker status on the RTS Bonds, the market for trading corporate, government, municipal bonds and Eurobonds.

  • SWX Swiss Exchange: Switch Of Intershop Holding AG To Another Segment

    Date 27/12/2002

    In accordance with Art. 2 of the Additional Rules for the Listing of Real Estate Companies, the Admission Board of the SWX Swiss Exchange has decreed that Intershop Holding AG should be listed on another segment, since this company meets the criteria for a real estate company. Intershop Holding AG will be listed on the segment for real estate companies from 3 January 2002. It will be delisted on the main trading segment on 30 December 2002.

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes in the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index

    Date 27/12/2002

    Standard & Poor's will make the following changes in the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index: After the close of trading on Friday, December 27, 2002, the shares of Hilton Petroleum Ltd. (TSXVN:HTP) will be consolidated on a one-for-ten basis. The new ticker symbol will be HPM and the new CUSIP number will be 432901 30 4. There will be 4,533,666 shares issued and outstanding with none in escrow. There is no change in the name of the company. After the close of trading on Monday,

  • Program Trading Averaged 43.6 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Dec. 16-Dec. 20, 2002

    Date 27/12/2002

    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. 16-Dec. 20, 2002.

  • NYBOT Issues Reminder On New Year's Trading Schedule

    Date 27/12/2002

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT®) issued a reminder today of its trading schedule over the New Year's holiday. The holiday trading schedule for the NYBOT markets is as follows:

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange: Streamlined Processes For Securities Transfer By MCD

    Date 27/12/2002

    Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) wishes to announce that its central depository, Malaysian Central Depository Sdn Bhd (MCD), in its efforts to meet the changing needs of its depositors will introduce enhanced processes in the handling of securities transfer requests, which will come into effect on Monday, 30 December 2002. The changes introduced by MCD will ensure a more efficient processing of transfer requests in the Central Depository System (CDS).

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange: Scheme B Of CLOB Solution To Take Effect 31 December 2002

    Date 27/12/2002

    Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) wishes to announce that Scheme B of the CLOB Solution will be implemented on 31 December 2002. Under the comprehensive CLOB solution adopted by both KLSE and Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) in February 2000, Scheme B will facilitate the release of CLOB Securities for trading on the KLSE, over a period of 9 months, on a weekly basis, beginning 31 December 2002 and ending on 29 September 2003.

  • HKEx Prepared To Adjust PCCW Futures And Options Contracts

    Date 27/12/2002

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) has prepared to adjust its PCCW Limited (PCCW) Futures contract and PCCW Options contract following the company's 6 December proposal to consolidate every five shares of $0.05 each in the issued and unissued share capital of PCCW into one share of $0.25. Subject to approval by PCCW's shareholders and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, dealings in the new shares are expected to commence on 8 January 2003.

  • U.S. Securities Industry Profits Hit Seven-Year Low As Equity Markets Post Losses For Third Straight Year - Revenues Increase In Fourth Quarter, But Impact Is Limited

    Date 26/12/2002

    Based on data for New York Stock Exchange-member broker-dealers, domestic profits for U.S.-based securities firms are expected to fall to $7.85 billion this year, the lowest yearly profit since 1995. Worldwide profits for U.S. firms likewise may slide to $20.7 billion for the year, which represents only 35.7 percent of the record $58.0 billion earned in 2000 (or down nearly two-thirds or 64.3 percent).

  • The New List Of The RTS Stock Exchange Index Constituents Approved

    Date 26/12/2002

    At its last meeting, the RTS Information Committee reviewed the list of shares that are used to calculate the RTS Index and the RTS Technical Index.