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  • CBOT Volume Tops 5 Million In Just Over Two Months Of Trading On a/c/e - Overnight Trading Following Election Day Reaches Over 100,000 Contracts

    Date 08/11/2000

    In just over two months, CBOT members traded more than five million contracts on its new electronic trading platform a/c/e, alliance/cbot/eurex, the Chicago Board of Trade reported today. As of yesterday, overall a/c/e volume reached 5,090,697 contracts, with the average daily trading volume on a/c/e rising to 99,818 contracts.

  • Baltic Stock Exchanges Monthly Statistics October 2000

    Date 08/11/2000

    Riga In October Latvian capital market turnover amounted to EUR 73.33 million. Equity trading volume was EUR 9.88 million, as usual, surpassed by trading with debt securities (EUR 63.45 million). Equity market capitalisation at the end of the month stood at LVL 339.30 million (EUR 645.73 million), which is a 5.52% increase over the end of September. Dow Jones RSE appreciated to the previous month by 2.68% and reached its 52 week high of 138.31 on October 31, while RICI index

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Spread Activity Contributed To Record Volume Levels In Canola Futures

    Date 07/11/2000

    Despite the relatively limited price movement in canola values throughout the month of October, trade sources indicated that an active underlying cash market and significant spread trading activity contributed to a record month for pit trade volume and a new record for open interest for WCE canola futures.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Canola Futures Volume 12.8% Higher Than One Year Ago

    Date 07/11/2000

    Pit trade in canola volume for October 2000 was a record 208,639 contracts, up 12.8% from 184,973 contracts traded in the same period one year earlier. Open interest levels in canola also increased from year-ago figures to reach 69,005 contracts as of October 31, 2000. A new open interest record for canola was established on October 19, 2000 at 80,607 contracts, surpassing the previous record of 77,405 which was established on October 15, 1999.

  • The Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong Announces BSS rollout

    Date 07/11/2000

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong will introduce the first batch of Broker Supplied Systems (BSS) of AMS/3, the Third Generation Automatic Order Matching and Execution System, on 10 November (Friday).

  • Philadelphia Stock Exchange Continues to Set Equity and Options Volume Significant Growth in Options Market Share

    Date 07/11/2000

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) announced today that equity options volume for the month of October 2000 set a new monthly volume record of 9,329,998 contracts traded, a 160 percent increase over the same month last year when 3,578,644 contracts changed hands. In addition, year-to-date equity options volume set a new record of 54,892,004 contracts traded. This represents a 51 percent increase over the first ten months of 1999, the previous record, when 36,333,330 contracts traded. During

  • FTSE Expands Into Germany

    Date 07/11/2000

    FTSE, the international index company, has completed another phase of its global expansion programme by establishing an office and appointing a local business manager in Germany.

  • Robert R. Glauber Becomes NASD CEO And President

    Date 06/11/2000

    Robert R. Glauber has become the chief executive officer and president of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASD®). This appointment was effective last Wednesday, November 1. He will continue to be on the NASD Board of Governors. Glauber succeeds Frank G. Zarb as NASD CEO and Richard G. Ketchum as NASD president. Zarb continues as NASD non-executive chairman and also serves as chairman and CEO of The Nasdaq Stock Market (Nasdaq®). Rick Ketchum is now president of Nasdaq. This

  • Resolution Passed At OM's Extraordinary General Meeting

    Date 06/11/2000

    In connection with OM's offer to the shareholders of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), the Board was today given the authorisation to issue new shares by a resolution passed at the OM Extraordinary General Meeting.

  • OM Gruppen AB Offer Update For London Stock Exchange Plc

    Date 06/11/2000

    The value of OM’s Increased Offer for LSE at Friday night’s closing prices was: Basic Terms for each LSE Share, 1.4 new OM Shares, valuing each LSE Share at GBP36.15 representing a 50.6 per cent. premium to LSE’s closing price on Friday valuing LSE at GBP1,074 million