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  • SWX Swiss Exchange Launches A New Index - SWX New Market Index (SNMI®)

    Date 22/02/2000

    On 1 March, the SWX Swiss Exchange will begin publicising an index devoted specifically to the SWX New Market. The SWX New Market Index (SNMI) will reflect the price development of shares included in this market segment for rapidly growing domestic and foreign companies. The following two types of index will be computed: SWX New Market Index (Total Return); SWX New Market Index (Price). Weightings will be adjusted continuously to reflect the current market prices of SNMI shares.

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange RSS3 Futures And Rubber Index Futures Weekly Report

    Date 22/02/2000

    Distant month: opening 88.30 yen, a high 92.50 (Feb. 17), low 84.70 yen (Feb. 15), closing 89.80 yen.

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange Aluminium Futures Weekly Report

    Date 22/02/2000

    Distant month : opening 179.8 yen, a high 181.5 yen (Feb.17), a low 177.5 yen (Feb.16), closing 180.5 yen. On February 14, OME Aluminium Futures opened firmer with distant January contract at 179.8 yen, up 1.4 yen from the last Friday's close on short-covering due to the dollar's rise.

  • NASD Appoints Gordon F. Martin Chief Financial Officer

    Date 22/02/2000

    The National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASD®) has appointed Gordon F. Martin, 52, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Martin starts at NASD today. Martin will be responsible for all financial matters throughout the organization. He will work closely with senior management to ensure that the financial implications of key business and regulatory decisions are carefully considered. Martin will assume the position's responsibilities from Sal Sodano, Chief Oper

  • London Stock Exchange Launches Web Price Service For Private Investors

    Date 22/02/2000

    A new Exchange website launched today caters specifically to the needs of private investors and investment clubs by offering free daily price updates with benchmarking and charting facilities.

  • Central Bank Of Iceland Weekly Repo Auction

    Date 22/02/2000

    The Central Bank of Iceland held a weekly auction for repurchase agreements on February 22 of the standard maturity of 14 days. The auction was a fixed rate one at 10.1 p.a. Offers were made for a total amount of ISK 18.6 billion resulting in repurchase contracts for that amount.

  • TSE: Toronto 35 Index Participation Fund ("35 Fund") - TSE 100 Index Participation Fund ("100 Fund")

    Date 21/02/2000

    The Toronto Stock Exchange ("TSE") today responded to inaccurate and misleading newspaper advertisements recently placed by State Street Global Advisors ("SSGA"). Richard Carleton, Vice President of Index and Market Data Services with the TSE said that he is concerned "that the content of the advertisements may be causing investor confusion in relation to the upcoming meetings of the unitholders of the 35 Fund and the 100 Fund."

  • TSE Closes Market Early

    Date 21/02/2000

    The Toronto Stock Exchange closed trading at 3:58pm because of a problem with the trading system.

  • IPE Members Vote Unanimously For Demutualisation

    Date 21/02/2000

    At an EGM held at noon today, IPE Members voted unanimously to demutualise the Exchange and transform it into a for profit company. The governance structure has also been reformed and will offer the IPE a faster, more effective decision making process. This will enable the Exchange to respond better to the opportunities and threats that the increasingly competitive marketplace offers.

  • Conclusion Of Amsterdam Exchanges' Investigation: AOT Violated Listing And Issuing Rules

    Date 21/02/2000

    In November 1999 Amsterdam Exchanges started an investigation into AOT's possible violation of section 28h of the Listing and Issuing Rules in connection with a reference to AOT's profit forecast statement of 21 July 1999 made by Mr S.L. de Boer, chairman of the board of AOT, in an interview with the magazine Beursplein 5 on 27 September 1999 and the substantially lower operating results published after the interview on 21 October 1999. This investigation has now been concluded. Since this inve