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  • New Zealand Stock Exchange Announces Successful Demutualisation Vote

    Date 16/10/2002

    The Members of the New Zealand Stock Exchange voted today in favour for demutualisation of the NZSE.

  • New Margin Requirements For NYBOT's Coffee Contract

    Date 16/10/2002

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT®) announced today that effective with the opening of business on Friday, October 18, 2002, the Coffee "C" margin requirements are as follows:

  • London Stock Exchange Submits Planning Application For Old Broad Street Site

    Date 16/10/2002

    The London Stock Exchange today published the planning application for its Old Broad Street site. The Exchange intends to sell the site with an approved planning consent attached. It will move its existing headquarters to a new development at Paternoster Square in the City of London in the second quarter of 2004.

  • KCBT Wheat Options Open Interest At All-Time High, Exceeding 75,000 Contracts

    Date 16/10/2002

    Recent active trading in Kansas City Board of Trade wheat options contracts has led the contract to set a new open interest record of 75,948 contracts. The contract has been setting open interest records throughout the summer and has been holding above 75,000 since the close of last Friday's session. In June open interest reached over 50,000 contracts and has been climbing since.

  • Free Chicago Board Of Trade Market Data Quotes On Bloomberg

    Date 16/10/2002

    Starting Monday, October 21, 2002, Chicago Board of Trade Market Data quotations will be provided, free of charge, for a two-week trial to all Bloomberg terminal users who do not already subscribe to CBOT quotes. The trial is being offered to increase awareness of the CBOT and its products. Bloomberg users will be notified of the free trial--along with a description of the CBOT® and its products--when they log on to their Bloomberg terminals.

  • Frankfurt Stock Exchange Council Approves New Segmentation for Equity

    Date 16/10/2002

    At its meeting on Wednesday, the Exchange Council of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FWB Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse) voted unanimously for the plan for a new segmentation of the equity market at FWB. In the next step, the Council is expected to pass the necessary amendments to the Exchange Rules in November. Then, as of early 2003, there will be two disclosure standards for equities listed on FWB, differing in terms of the transparency requirements. Based on these segments, Deutsche Börse will i

  • Euronext: Uni-Invest N.V. Removed From Next 150 Index - New Composition Of Next 150

    Date 16/10/2002

    Following the official result of the takeover bid by the Consortium led by The Merwede Group and Lehman Brothers Real Estate Partners for the Dutch company Uni-Invest N.V. (Next 150), Uni-Invest will be removed from the Next 150 index effective Monday 21 October 2002.

  • CBOT Names Robert Ray As Vice President

    Date 16/10/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) today announced the appointment of Robert D. Ray as a Vice President of the exchange. Ray, previously head of listed derivatives with the firm of Robertson Stephens, Inc., will be responsible for the continued growth of the CBOT's equity complex, and will report to Senior Vice President Marty Reiner.

  • ASX Quarterly Update 3 months To 30 September 2002

    Date 16/10/2002

    Australian Stock Exchange Limited (ASX) has recorded an unaudited profit from ordinary activities of $15.80 million for the three months to 30 September 2002. This compares with $15.75 million achieved in the most recent three month period to 30 June 2002 and with $13.21 million recorded for the corresponding three months to 30 September 2001.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Inc. Delists Field Pea Futures Contract

    Date 15/10/2002

    The Board of Directors of Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Inc. (WCE) announced today that the field pea futures contract is being delisted, effective immediately. WCE first introduced pea futures to the marketplace in November of 1995, since then the contract has undergone several contract changes in order to attract further interest.