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  • Eurex Sets New Standards - Over 300 Million Contracts Traded In 10 Months

    Date 02/11/1999

    Eurex, the European derivatives market, is posting further increases in turnover, with over 34 rnillion contracts traded again in October, about 8.6 million more than in the same month of last year. Total trading volume for the first 10 months of 1999 exceeded 315 million contracts, which means that the derivatives market has broken through a "sound barrier" after 10 months of trading this year: Never before have rnore than 300 million derivatives contracts been traded on an exchange in a single

  • CME Posts October Record Equity Volume

    Date 02/11/1999

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) posted its best October ever in equity and index products with volume up 13.9 percent, as trading was fuelled by all-time monthly records in several individual products.

  • CBOT Leaders Say Alliance With Eurex Will Expand Customer Base In Europe And Bring More Orders To CBOT Members

    Date 02/11/1999

    Chicago Board of Trade leaders today said their alliance with Eurex will bring significant new European business to the CBOT with stronger technology for electronic and open outcry trading. Speaking to a group of 45 international business journalists at a Eurex media seminar, CBOT President and CEO Thomas R. Donovan and CBOT Director Joel R. Riechers highlighted the many benefits the alliance will bring to CBOT members and customers around the world.

  • 338 Billion EURO In Turnover On The German Stock Exchanges In October

    Date 02/11/1999

    The total turnover statistics show that a volume of 337.9 billion EURO was traded on the German stock exchanges in October, 23 percent less than in October 1998. Trading in equities and warrants accounted for 206.4 billion EURO of this total, and trading in fixed-income securities, 131.5 billion EURO.

  • WCE Holds Annual General Meeting

    Date 01/11/1999

    The membership of Winnipeg Commodity Exchange elected its new Board of Governors at the 112th annual general meeting on October 26, 1999.

  • Warsaw Stock Exchange Holiday On November 1, November 11 And November 12

    Date 01/11/1999

    The Warsaw Stock Exchange would like to remind that November 1, 1999 (Monday) and November 11, 1999 (Thursday) are holidays in Poland. The Exchange will be closed on these two days and also on November 12, 1999 (Friday).

  • Sharp Increase In Trading Volumes During First Month Of Extended Trading Hours

    Date 01/11/1999

    On October 1 this year trading hours on the OM Stockholm Exchange and the OM London Exchange were extended by one hour. Equity and derivatives trading now opens at CET 9.30 am instead of 10 am, and trading now closes at the later time of CET 5.30 pm as opposed to 5 pm. During the first month of extended trading hours, turnover in both equity and derivatives trade reached record high levels. Average daily turnover in equity trades amounted to SEK 13.0 billion. This can be compared to the previo

  • Launch Of The RSS3 Index Contract On SICOM

    Date 01/11/1999

    The Singapore Commodity Exchange (SICOM) will be launching the RSS3 Index Contract on November 17, 1999. The RSS3 Index Contract is a revised version of the Rubber cash Settled Index (RCSI).

  • European Energy Exchange EEX® Now Also Realizing A Spot Market For Electricity - Concept to be presented in early 2000

    Date 01/11/1999

    The European Energy Exchange EEX® will present a model for the establishment of a spot market for electricity early next year. The exchange made the announcement in Frankfurt on Wednesday. EEX® will be working closely together with Deutsche Verbundgeselischaft (DVG), the association of Gerrnan grid operators. A corresponding working committee with representatives of the grid operators and the energy supply companies, local utilities and industrial-sector companies and traders who have been worki

  • SFE Chairman Sets Short-Term Agenda For SFE

    Date 29/10/1999

    At the end of today's (October 28) Extraordinary General Meeting that voted to close the Trading Floor on 12 November 1999 and move to full electronic trading, Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) Chairman, Mr Rick Holliday-Smith, advised Members of the Exchange's agenda for the coming months. SFE will focus its attention on: The smooth operation of SYCOM® as the Exchange's prime trading platform; The stable management of SFE during the process of seeking a new Chief Executive; An early clarification b