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  • Borsa Italiana Monthly Key Figures - January 2003

    Date 11/02/2003

    Turnover for January was EUR 54,061.5 million. This compares to EUR 47,803.4 million in December 2002. Domestic turnover in January was EUR 46,484.4 million, foreign turnover 6,618.1 million, Nuovo Mercato, Domestic, EUR 925.7 million, Nuovo Mercato, Foreign, EUR 4.1 million and on the Ristretto market EUR 29.3 million.

  • UK's Financial Services Authority Proposes Streamlined Information For Financial Consumers

    Date 10/02/2003

    The Financial Services Authority wants consumers to find it easier to identify, understand and compare key information before buying investment products. Under proposals put forward today , a concise, jargon-free document called Key Facts would replace existing information that consumers receive before buying products such as unit trusts and pensions.

  • TSX Wants U.S. To Join EU And Canada In Studying Transatlantic Securities Link - Canada, U.S. And European Securities Markets Could Form "Triangular Arrangement" In Dynamic First Step To A Global Market

    Date 10/02/2003

    TSX Group Chief Executive Barbara Stymiest today called on the U.S. securities markets to look beyond its borders and seriously consider a transatlantic link to ease the flow of trading across borders. In addition, the chief of North America's third largest, and only publicly traded stock exchange proposed that "Canada and the United States examine, on an equally urgent basis, the possibility of implementing the mutual recognition of stock exchanges in our two countries."

  • The Philadelphia Stock Exchange Submits Letter To Securities And Exchange Commission Calling For SEC to Take Definitive Action On The Practice Of Internalization

    Date 10/02/2003

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) submitted a letter on February 7 to Harvey L. Pitt, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, requesting that the SEC establish clear and consistent guidelines for the practice of internalization in the options markets.

  • SWX Derivatives Market Becoming Even More Attractive

    Date 10/02/2003

    Since two months, the majority of applications for admission of derivatives to trading on the SWX Swiss Exchange are now being successfully submitted via an integrated, Web-based system. As a result, new issues of derivative instruments can commence trading already on the business day following receipt of the application. As of March 2003, additional simplified admission procedures for warrants will enter into force. In another new development, the electronic publication of listing notices for w

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In S&P Canadian Indices

    Date 10/02/2003

    Standard & Poor's wishes to announce that following changes to the S&P/TSX 60, S&P/TSX 60 Capped and S&P/TSX Canadian SmallCap Indices: Zarlink Semiconductor Inc. (TSX: ZL) will be removed from the S&P/TSX 60 and 60 Capped Indices and added to the S&P/TSX Canadian SmallCap Index. Kinross Gold Corporation (TSX: K) will be removed from the S&P/TSX Canadian SmallCap Index and added to the S&P/TSX 60 and 60 Capped Indices.

  • RTS Order-Driven Market: Weekly Data February 3rd-February 7th

    Date 10/02/2003

    For the week of February 7th, securities traded on the Order-driven market 7 319 times, 13% more than last week (6 499 times). Weekly turnover increased by 54% to 289 million shares, (or 28% to 2 124 million rubles), compared with 1 654 million rubles and 187 million shares for the previous week (January 27th to January 31st, 2003).

  • RTS FORTS: Weekly Data February 3rd-February 7th

    Date 10/02/2003

    For the week of February 7th, the total trading volume on FORTS (Futures & Options on RTS) equaled 636 thousand contracts, or 2 547 million rubles in underlying value. The number of trades reached 16 024. Total open interest, as of February 7th, 2003, stood at 365 thousand contracts and 1,493 million rubles, compared with 365 thousand contracts and 1, 393 million rubles on January 31st.

  • RTS Classic Market: Weekly Data February 3rd-February 7th

    Date 10/02/2003

    For the week of February 3rd, 2003, the RTS Index gained 2.29% and closed at 353.46. The RTS Technical Index closed 2.46% up at 388.17.

  • RTS Bonds: Weekly Data February 3rd-February 7th

    Date 10/02/2003

    For the week of February 07, 2003, total volume on the RTS Bonds, the system facilitating trading of corporate, government, municipal debt, and Eurobonds, reached 795 thousand US dollars, a significant increase from 72 thousand US dollars for the week of January 27th. 27th issue of Moscow City Bonds accounted for 76% of total turnover. The number of trades increased more than 4 times, from 5 to 21 trades.