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  • Deutsche Börse Updates Composition Of Equity Indices - Condomi, Rational, Schnigge And Takkt Will Be Included In The SDAX - Successor Rule For Veba And Viag In The DAX - Biodata, Carrier 1 And T-Online New In The NEMAX 50 - Quarterly review Of NEMAX 50

    Date 10/05/2000

    According to a decision by the Executive Board of Deutsche Börse, the shares of Bonifatius Hospital & Senioren Residenzen AG, Brüder Mannesmann AG, Porta Systems AG as well as RSE Grundbesitz und Beteiligungs AG will be dropped from the SDAX effective June 19, 2000. RSE has block ownership of 95 percent, which exceeds the maximum permissible limit of 80 percent. The other companies do not meet the criteria set by Deutsche Börse for market capitalization and stock exchange turnover. Condomi AG, R

  • Charles Vermeulen Appointed Director Of AEX-Information Technology B.V.

    Date 10/05/2000

    Charles Vermeulen (57) has been appointed interim director of AEX-Information Technology B.V. with effect from May 4. Mr Vermeulen, who is currently employed at CMG, is taking over the responsibilities of Jan Willem van Doorn. The management of AEX-Information Technology B.V. will focus on preparing the company for the merger of the Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris exchanges. The merger project office, led by Jaap Bosma, will work with the management and staff of AEX-Information Technology B.V. o

  • CBOE Announces Reorganization / Promotions

    Date 10/05/2000

    Chicago Board Options Exchange Chairman and CEO William J. Brodsky today announced a major reorganization stemming from the previously announced retirement of long time President Charles J. Henry and the promotion of Edward J. Joyce to succeed Henry as the Exchange's President and Chief Operating Officer as of July 1, 2000.

  • The Future Of The FUTOP Market

    Date 09/05/2000

    The Copenhagen Stock Exchange had expected the financial consequences of a transfer of derivatives from ELECTRA to CLICK and SAXESS, and clearing via SECUR or FOCS instead of the FUTOP system to be apparent at the Board's meeting on 9 May 2000, so that the future of the FUTOP market could be determined.

  • SGX-DT To Provide Market Depth Information To Investors

    Date 09/05/2000

    Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading Limited (SGX-DT) has announced that futures investors will be able to access market-depth information through data vendors from 8 May 2000. This means that investors can now gain access to information on the three best bid / offer futures prices and volume of derivatives contracts traded on the SGX ETS (Electronic Trading System).

  • PHLX To Begin Trading Wireless Telecom Sector

    Date 09/05/2000

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) announced today that it will begin trading options on the Wireless Telecom Sector (YLS) at the opening of business on Monday, May 15, 2000.

  • Open Interest Up 17.3% On The Derivatives Markets Of Parisbourse SBF SA - The Euro Notional Bounces Back To 1994's Record Levels

    Date 09/05/2000

    April trading volume on the derivatives markets of ParisBourse SBF SA reached 20.4 million contracts. Total open interest was up 17.3% on the previous month.

  • NYMEX Hires Chief Information Officer

    Date 09/05/2000

    The New York Mercantile Exchange has hired David Keller, former chief information and technology officer at Sempra Energy Trading group, as chief information officer.

  • LIFFE's Financial Options Successfully Trade On Screen

    Date 09/05/2000

    LIFFE's financial options have made a successful transfer from open outcry to electronic trading, recording an average daily volume of over 94,000 contracts since their migration to LIFFE CONNECT™ on Tuesday 2 May 2000, compared with an average daily volume of 68,500 in April, an increase of 37%.

  • LIFFE Trades £226 Billion Worth Of Contracts In April 2000

    Date 09/05/2000

    The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) traded an average daily nominal value of £226 billion (?361 billion) and traded a total value £4,068 billion (?6508 billion) in April 2000.