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  • Amman Stock Exchange Weekly Highlights

    Date 28/10/2002

    The market made a fresh start for this week to continue the correction wave that started during the middle of the previous week. Prices improved though volumes were still relatively week.

  • Singapore Exchange Ltd Seeks Feedback On Listing Rule Changes Relating To Quarterly Reporting

    Date 25/10/2002

    Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) today invited market participants and members of the public to give feedback on its addendum introducing listing rule changes regarding quarterly reporting and other issues, following the government's acceptance of the recommendations by the Council on Corporate Disclosure and Governance ("CCDG").

  • Securities And Exchange Commission Announces Founding Members Of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board

    Date 25/10/2002

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced the selection of Judge William H. Webster to be chairman, and Kayla J. Gillan, Daniel L. Goelzer, Willis D. Gradison Jr., and Charles D. Niemeier to be founding members of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.

  • RTS, NAUFOR, GIFA And European Bond Commission To Draft Cooperation Agreement

    Date 25/10/2002

    During its current Moscow meeting (October 24th-26th) the European Bond Commission (EBC) has decided to draft a cooperation agreement between the RTS Stock Exchange, NAUFOR (National Association of Professional Securities Market Participants), GIFA (Investment and Financial Analysts' Guild) and the EBC. The purpose of this multilateral agreement is to promote the EBC-established standards of bond offering and trading in Russia.

  • NYBOT'S Coffee "C" Futures And Cocoa Options Contracts Set New Records

    Date 25/10/2002

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT®) announced today that it's Coffee "C" Futures contract set another new Open Interest record of 76,224 contracts set on October 23, 2002, replacing the previous Coffee "C" record of 75,800 contracts set on Thursday, October 17, 2002. Additionally, NYBOT's Cocoa Options contract also set a new record on October 18, 2002, of 96,054 contracts, replacing the previous Cocoa Options record of 92,803 contracts set on October 1, 2002.

  • Muscat Securities Market Weekly Report

    Date 25/10/2002

    The MSM witnessed a minor recovery during the trading week ended Thursday, October 17, 2002, to close at 180.66 points, which is 0.9% higher than the previous week's closing of 178.99. The index high/low for the week was 180.66/179.23. The recovery was led by the Banks & Investment (B&I) Sector stocks. NBO, OIB and Alliance Housing Bank were traded in large quantities and their share prices appreciated by 4.2%, 3.9% and 2.7% respectively. ONIC Holding was among the most actively traded stocks d

  • Lebanese Equities Weekly Market Report

    Date 25/10/2002

    Volume on the Beirut Stock Exchange dropped sharply from a week earlier, with investors sitting on the sidelines, with the advent of the francophonie summit, which was held in Beirut last week. Investors were hoping that the presence of the guest of ho nour, French President Chirac, will allow him and Prime Minister Hariri to discuss the details and setup a date for the long- awaited Paris II meeting.

  • Gulf States Weekly Market Report

    Date 25/10/2002

    UAE shares edged down on an increased trading value in the week that ended on Thursday. Although the local markets have been heading south for the past few weeks, the year-to-date performance of the index is still positive at 4.95 percent. Trading value inched up 6.5 percent to 81 million dirhams, with the DFM leading activity at 51 million dirhams. The SC UAE Index ended the week at 1,070.61 points, down 0.51 percent as compared to the previous week. National Bank of Dubai led trades in

  • ETFs Trading Started On The Korea Stock Exchange

    Date 25/10/2002

    The Korea Stock Exchange (KSE) launched its ETFs (Exchange-Traded Funds) market on October 14, 2002, where four(4) ETFs, KODEX200 and KOSEF tracking the KOSPI 200 and KODEX50 and KOSEF50 tracking the KOSPI 50, are being traded.

  • Corporate Governance 2002 - A Practitioner's Perspective 25 October 2002 at Conrad Hotel - By Mr Kwong Ki-chi, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, "Corporate Governance - The Way Forward"

    Date 25/10/2002

    Introduction Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. I am honoured to have this opportunity to talk to you here today. Following the financial scandals in the United States earlier this year, the market everywhere has shown intensified interests in the quality of the market. The quality of the market is crucial for investor confidence and, in our case, for maintaining Hong Kong's leading position as the Asian hub in the global financial markets. We believe that the quality of the market i