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  • Euro Futures to Be Traded On The Warsaw Stock Exchange

    Date 18/05/1999

    New futures contracts based on EURO exchange rate will start trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange on May 31, 1999. Five contract series will be concurrently available for trading, with expiry dates in the nearest three calendar months and two subsequent months from the March quarterly cycle. The contract size is EURO 10,000.

  • Deutsche Börse Lists 100th Company on Neuer Markt - Up to 30 more listings expected in June alone

    Date 17/05/1999

    On Monday, May 17, Deutsche Börse admitted artnet.com AG, the 100th firm for trading in its Neuer Markt segment. Neuer Markt has had 39 new listings since the beginning of the year, almost three times as many as in the same period of last year. The total number of new listings in 1998 was 44. There has been a steady flow of interest on the part of issuers. Deutsche Börse is expecting as many as 30 more companies to list on the Neuer Markt by the end of June. The Neuer Markt started with two cand

  • Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange Closed on Monday May 17

    Date 16/05/1999

    The Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange will be closed on Monday, May 17, 1999 due to the Israeli elections. Trading will resume on Tuesday, May 18.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Launches New Web-Site

    Date 15/05/1999

    Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WCE) has announced that it has launched a new web-site (www.wce.mb.ca) that features 15 minute delayed futures and options price quotes and provides enhanced market information. The Exchange's new Internet site replaces the previous one launched in 1996. The latest in Internet technology has been used to provide the public with access to more dynamic market information. In addition to the delayed price quotes, much of the information on the site is updated daily, inc

  • NYMEX Pleased with First Day Aluminum Futures Volume

    Date 15/05/1999

    The New York Mercantile Exchange announced the estimated first day volume for its new COMEX Division aluminum futures contract as 1,750 contracts. Exchange President R. Patrick Thompson said, 'These numbers rank with the opening day numbers of our most successful futures contracts including gold which traded 2,550 contracts on opening day and crude oil which traded 1,884 contracts on its first day. We are gratified to see the market utilize this risk management and price discovery tool designed

  • MATIF to launch new Rapeseed Option

    Date 15/05/1999

    Matif SA will open trading in options on its rapeseed future on May 28. The decision to launch the new contract reflects the success of the rapeseed futures, with trading up 40% in 1998 following three years of steady growth. In the first quarter of this year, it was double that in the same period of 1998. Market expansion is continuing with nearly 550 contracts traded on average each day and peaks of over 1,700 on some days.

  • Major Clearers join forces to create European Clearing House

    Date 15/05/1999

    Cedel International and Deutsche Börse Clearing have announced the merger of clearing, settlement and custody activities to create new Cedel International. New Cedel International is the first step towards the creation of a truly European Clearing House, matching the model of the United States' DTC. A Memorandum of Understanding has been agreed with SBF Group & SICOVAM to merge with new Cedel International. New Cedel International represents an alternative clearing solution for business from t

  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange responds io Niederhoffer litigation.

    Date 15/05/1999

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange is issuing the attached letter from its general counsel to its membership Monday (May 17) morning based on a lawsuit filed this afternoon (May 14) by Victor Niederhoffer. The Exchange believes this lawsuit is completely without merit and is based on incorrect information and unsupportable allegations.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 15/05/1999

    The market dropped 0.8% during the week. Market heavyweight Barclays slipped back 40t to 2160t losing some of the gains from the week before, Stanchart also lost ground shedding a pula to close at 2300t. Botswana Insurance hit an all-time high of 1000t with investors still taking in their excellent results. Also gaining was Sechaba which rose 10t in anticipation of the dividend paid to shareholders registered as at 14 May 1999, over half a million shares changed hands. Engen climbed 5t to 460t,

  • Toronto Stock Exchange Releases Information Circular

    Date 14/05/1999

    The Toronto Stock Exchange has released an Information Circular which provides details of special resolutions to be voted on at the Annual and Special Meetings of Members to be held on June 10, 1999. In addition to the usual items of business, members will vote on three special resolutions: 1. The demutualization of the Exchange, where seats would be exchanged for shares in a new corporation, TSE Inc.; 2. The realignment of the Canadian exchanges; and 3. Changes to the composition of the Exchan