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  • MTS SpA And PARIS BOURSE SBF SA To Establish MTS France With CLEARNET SBF SA As Its Clearing House.

    Date 07/10/1999

    MTS SpA and Paris Bourse SBF SA announce a joint agreement for the establishment of MTS France, a new company which will organise and manage the screen-based secondary market for French government debt. CLEARNET SA, a fully-owned subsidiary of PARISBOURSE SBF SA will be the clearing house for MTS France.

  • Montreal Exchange Statement

    Date 07/10/1999

    On March 15, 1999, the four principal Canadian exchanges (Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver) announced an agreement to restructure along the lines of market specialization. Under the agreement, senior equities will be traded at the Toronto Stock Exchange, junior equities will be traded on a new exchange resulting from the merger of the Vancouver Stock Exchange and the Alberta Exchange, and the Montreal Exchange will be the exclusive market place for derivative products.

  • LIFFE Volume Up 13% On August 1999

    Date 07/10/1999

    The average daily total exchange volume traded during September 1999 at the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) was 481,924 contracts, 13% up on August 1999. Average daily nominal value of £203 billion was up 11%, month on month.

  • Conseil Scientifique Des Indices Changes in CAC 40 Index

    Date 07/10/1999

    The Conseil Scientifique des Indices charged has taken the following decisions concerning the CAC 40 index: 1. Eridania Beghin-Say will be withdrawn from the sample and replaced by Bouygues, effective 29 October 1999. 2. Elf Aquitaine and Promodès, both temporarily suspended as CAC 40 component stocks since September 24, 1999, will be removed permanently from the index if swap offers concerning the two stocks are successful. In this case, they will be replaced in the CAC 40 index by Alstom and

  • Alfred Fung And Robert Sze Join HKFE Board

    Date 07/10/1999

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE) announced today that Mr. Alfred Fung Kwok Chor and Mr. Robert Sze Tsai To have been appointed to its Board as Independent Directors.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Total Futures & Options Volume Up 17% Over Last Crop Year

    Date 06/10/1999

    During September 1999, total futures and options volume increased 16% compared to the same month a year ago, and rose 28% over August 1999. This contributed to a 17% increase in total futures and options volume for the first two months of the 1999/00 crop year over the same period in 1998/99. When Exchange for Physicals (EFPs) are included, the month's futures volume totals 199,763 contracts, compared to September 1998 (186,568 contracts).

  • NYMEX To List Additional Strike Prices For Platinum Options

    Date 06/10/1999

    The New York Mercantile Exchange will list additional options strike prices today of 480, 490, and 500 for the January 2000 platinum options contract.

  • NYMEX Sets Daily Volume Records

    Date 06/10/1999

    Daily volume records were established on the New York Mercantile Exchange yesterday for NYMEX Division futures and total energy futures.

  • Nasdaq Software Upgrade Affects Three ECNs

    Date 06/10/1999

    The Nasdaq Stock Market® today announced that it experienced a general slowdown in its SelectNet system for several hours due to software changes implemented Tuesday night that were designed to accommodate the extension of its trade reporting and quotation systems for after-hours trading. Three electronic communication networks (ECNs) were affected and their quotations were temporarily withdrawn.

  • Derivatives Trading Up 37% In Paris

    Date 06/10/1999

    More than 18 million lots (18,238,920) changed hands on ParisBourse SBF SA derivatives markets in September, 37% more than in August. This makes September the year's second most active month after January, when 20.4 million lots were traded. The total for the nine months to September 30 was 140 million lots compared with 90 million for the whole of 1998.