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  • Singapore Exchange Makes Successful Crossover To Y2000 - All Systems Ready For Monday Trading

    Date 01/01/2000

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) is pleased to announce that the systems for both its securities and derivatives markets have successfully made the crossover to Year 2000, after conducting mock trading sessions and tests with member firms and other parties today.

  • Millennium Update issued by the LSE Nerve Centre following a checkpoint at 1600 on 1 January 2000

    Date 01/01/2000

    The Exchange has completed internal confidence testing of its systems. No date related problems have been experienced and we will proceed with external confidence testing tomorrow, as scheduled.

  • Millennium Update Issued By The LSE Nerve Centre Following A Checkpoint At 0800 On 1 January 2000

    Date 01/01/2000

    The Exchange has made further checks on its internal and business systems since the last update. No date related problems have been found. Additional checks and monitoring will be performed throughout today in accordance with the agreed schedule.

  • LIFFE - Y2K Status Report

    Date 01/01/2000

    Testing of LIFFE's systems is on track and no issues have been found. Work continues as scheduled to ensure that the Exchange will be open for business on 4th January 2000.

  • LIFFE - Y2K Status Report

    Date 01/01/2000

    Internal testing of LIFFE systems has now been completed and no issues have been found. Member connectivity testing will commence on 2nd January 2000 as scheduled. The Exchange expects to be open for business as usual on 4th January 2000.

  • CME Y2K Status As Of 9:00 A.M. (Chicago Time) Saturday, Jan. 1, 2000:

    Date 01/01/2000

    CME staff brought critical systems online successfully this morning without encountering Y2K-related problems. Systems successfully initialized included mainframe price reporting and clearing systems, order routing systems and other internal computer systems, including TOPS, CUBS2, CLEARING21 and GLOBEX®2. From approximately 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. today, member firms will be able to send orders through the systems to assess the functionality of their own systems as they interface with the CME.

  • CME Y2K Status As Of 1:00 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 1, 2000:

    Date 01/01/2000

    The CME completed its Dec. 31, 1999, regular clearing cycle successfully. Technical staff has monitored internal systems and networks, and no problems have been encountered. Shortly after midnight on Jan. 1, 2000, CME staff made an initial assessment of its computers and infrastructure and encountered no Y2K-related problems. Computer systems rolled over to the year 2000 as expected, and the Exchange Center continued to function normally, including electrical, ventilation, heating, lighting,

  • CME Successfully Begins 'Y2K'

    Date 01/01/2000

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange officials announced they encountered no Y2K problems upon the completion of testing of computer systems and an evaluation of the infrastructures supporting its trading floors, the GLOBEX®2 electronic trading system and the entire CME Exchange Center at approximately 3 p.m. this afternoon.

  • CME Announces Regular Quarterly Revision of Price Limits For Equity Index Products Effective Monday, January 3, 2000

    Date 01/01/2000

    Regular quarterly revision of price limits for equity index futures and options traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) become effective with the start of trading Monday, January 3, 2000, at 8:30 a.m. (Chicago time).

  • CBOT Y2K Update As Of 12:30 am Saturday, January 1st

    Date 01/01/2000

    The initial review immediately after midnight indicates exchange systems are operating normally. The Chicago Board of Trade continues to monitor all exchange systems closely to ensure no business interruptions due to the Year 2000 transition. At this time, the exchange plans to open trading at the regularly scheduled times, but market users should continue to visit for ongoing updates.