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  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 27/11/2000

    Market weakness continued with a loss of 1.4% in the DCI as trading activity remains subdued. Investor apathy towards the market continues despite strong corporate earnings and the good buying opportunity offered by the market.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Company News

    Date 27/11/2000

    BIHL has once again reported an excellent set of interim results for the 6 months to 30th September 2000 reflecting continued strong growth. Total premium income was up 50% from P92.4m in H1 99 to P138.6m in H1 00, with net recurring premium income up 29% from P84.8m to P109.4m. There was exceptional growth of 287% in single premium income from P7.5m to P29.2m. Investment return grew by 41% from P34m to P47.9m, while income before tax recorded an increase of 57% from P12.5m to P19.6m. Income aft

  • Amsterdam Exchanges: New rules for IPOs

    Date 27/11/2000

    In recent years, the former Amsterdam Exchanges N.V. developed a policy on the way that certain standards laid down in the Listing and Issuing Rules (in particular listing criteria and prospectus requirements) were to be applied in practice in the case of IPOs. The background to this policy is set out in a number of documents, including the Primary Market Consultation Paper (1999).

  • SEC To Conduct Roundtable On Decimalization

    Date 25/11/2000

    The Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Market Regulation will conduct a roundtable on December 11, 2000 to discuss the on-going conversion process for decimal pricing in equity securities and options and its effects on market quality, operational capacity, and trading behavior.

  • CFTC Approves Rules Implementing New Regulatory Framework

    Date 25/11/2000

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has approved final rules that will implement a new regulatory framework for futures markets. Under the new regulatory framework, the current "one-size-fits-all" regulations will be replaced with broad, flexible "Core Principles." In addition, three regulatory tiers will be established for the markets: recognized futures exchanges (RFE), derivatives transactions facilities (DTF), and exempt multilateral transaction execution facilities (MTEF). The C

  • Two Companies Join Roster Of NYSE-Listed Stocks

    Date 24/11/2000

    In the week ended today, two companies joined the ranks of New York Stock Exchange-listed companies.

  • Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading Wins Derivatives Exchange Of The Year 2000 Award

    Date 24/11/2000

    Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading (SGX-DT) has been named Derivatives Exchange of the Year 2000 by the AsiaRisk magazine.

  • Provisional Selections For The AEX Index And The Amsterdam Midkap Index

    Date 24/11/2000

    A provisional selection of companies for inclusion in the AEX index and the Amsterdam Midkap index (AMX) has been made by Euronext Indices B.V. on the basis of their effective turnover in the period up to and including 31 October 2000. The selection also takes account of the new rules and regulations.

  • Pacific Exchange To Trade Five New Options

    Date 24/11/2000

    The Pacific Exchange (PCX) has announced that, on Friday, November 24, 2000, it will begin trading options on IMS Health, Inc. (RX/RXX); Phillips Petroleum Corporation (P); Price Communications Corporation (PR); Tiffany & Corporation (TIF); and USX-Marathon Group (MRO). For expiration cycles and strike prices, visit the Options Listings Bulletin section of the PCX Web site.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Monthly Statistical Report October 2000

    Date 24/11/2000

    Turnover The total turnover of securities on the Exchange amounted to SIT 19.64 billion in October 2000, which is 3.55%higher than the September figure and 29.11% lower than the October 1999 figure. The total value of SIT 192.92 billion of securities traded in the first ten trading months of 2000 was SIT 7 billion below the 1999 figure for the same period. In October 2000, the highest share in the structure of the total turnover was reached by shares (60.49%).The share of turnover of