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  • Buenos Aires Futures Exchange Monthly Report For November 2000.

    Date 14/12/2000

    The Mercado a Término de Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires Futures Exchange) traded 18,898 contracts in November 2000 compared to a figure of 16,644 contracts in November 1999. Total volume for the first eleven months of 2000 was 221,831 contracts, compared to 209,193 contracts in 1999.

  • Borsa Italiana Monthly Key Figures - November

    Date 14/12/2000

    Turnover for November was EUR 76,846.1 million. This compares to EUR 70,237.9 million in October. Domestic turnover in November was EUR 71,695.7 million, foreign turnover EUR 3,698.7 million, Nuovo Mercato, Domestic, EUR 1,322.0 million, Nuovo Mercato, Foreign, EUR 71.7 million and on the Ristretto market EUR 57.9 million. Turnover for the period January to November 2000 was EUR 812,058.3 million.

  • Standard & Poor's – Index Change

    Date 13/12/2000

    Standard & Poor's Canadian Index Operations announces that effective after the close of business on Thursday, December 14, 2000 the following changes will take place in the TSE 300 Composite, S&P/TSE Canadian SmallCap and TSE 200 Indices.

  • Samas And Euronext Resolve Dispute On Protective Preference Shares

    Date 13/12/2000

    Samas Groep N.V. and Euronext Amsterdam N.V. have announced that it has been agreed that Stichting Samas will limit its voting rights in the protective preference shares placed with it to 50% of the other share capital that has already been issued. Samas will also submit a proposal for a share capital reduction to the next general meeting of shareholders, which should ultimately result in the voting rights in the preference shares held by Stichting Samas amounting to no more than 50% of the othe

  • Philadelphia Stock Exchange To Begin Trading 3 New Options

    Date 13/12/2000

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) announced today that it will begin trading put and call options on The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. (option/stock symbol: IPG), Homestore.com, Inc. (option/stock symbol: HMU/HOMS) and Vivendi Universal SA (option/stock symbol: V), upon the opening of business on Monday, December 18, 2000.

  • MSCI China Free Index Futures And Options To Be Developed By HKEX

    Date 13/12/2000

    Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), and MSCI, a leading provider of global indices and benchmark related products, today announced that the MSCI China Free IndexSM has been licensed for use by the HKEx Derivatives Market. The licence permits HKEx to develop futures and options contracts based on the MSCI China Free Index.

  • Lower Trading Fees On OM Stockholm Exchange

    Date 13/12/2000

    A new fee structure for equity related derivative products, options and futures, will be introduced during the first quarter 2001 on the OM Stockholm Exchange. The new fee structure is intended to increase volumes and improve the OM Stockholm Exchange's customer offer. The internal work involved in formulating a new fee structure started during the spring of 2000.

  • FTSE Enters US Mutual Fund Market With T. Rowe Price

    Date 13/12/2000

    FTSE, the global index company, announced yesterday that the FTSE Developed ex North America Index will be used as the benchmark for a new no-load mutual fund from leading provider T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. The new fund, called the T. Rowe Price International Equity Index Fund, will invest in the markets of 20 countries in the Europe and Asia Pacific Regions.

  • Engage Appointed As Exclusive Ad Sales Representative For The London Stock Exchange - WWW.Londonstockexchange.Com Accepts Advertising For The First Time

    Date 13/12/2000

    The London Stock Exchange has decided to accept advertising for the first time on their website www.londonstockexchange.com, and has appointed Engage, Inc., the industry source for both enterprise marketing software and interactive media, to exclusively handle both the advertising sales, and ad serving. The London Stock Exchange appointed Engage following a competitive pitch.

  • EEX Derivatives Market Starts In First Quarter 2001 - Enlarged Group Of Participants Through Trading In Derivatives Products On Electricity - Two Futures On Base Load And Peak Load

    Date 13/12/2000

    Derivatives trading in electricity at the European Energy Exchange (EEX) will begin in the first quarter of 2001, as the company announced in Frankfurt on Wednesday. The two futures contracts will be based on the electricity indices for base-load and peak-load blocks that EEX calculates and publishes as of December 11, and will have terms of one to 18 months. Trading will be carried out on the Eurex trading system, which is also used by Eurex, the world's leading derivatives exchange. Trading h