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  • FUTOP Clearing Centre Launches New 5-year Benchmark

    Date 02/03/2000

    The FUTOP Clearing Centre launches futures on the government bond 5% 2005 in connection with the replacement of the 5-year benchmark 5% 2005 by the 7% 2004. Trading in the June contracts will commence on 7 March, and trading in the September contracts on 14 March. Read the specifications: on http://www.xcse.dk/uk/marked/handel/18futsp.asp

  • CME Announces E-Mini Lean Hog Contracts

    Date 02/03/2000

    The Board of Directors of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) yesterday approved the listing of an "E-mini" lean hog contract-the first traditional agricultural commodity to be traded on the CME's GLOBEX®2 electronic trading system.

  • CBOT'S February Volume At 25,369,025 Contracts--Second Highest February Total In Exchange History

    Date 02/03/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) announced today trading volume of 25,369,025 contracts for February 2000, up 11.2% from January 2000. February volume was the second highest February total in exchange history.

  • CBOE Volume Continues To Climb In February

    Date 02/03/2000

    Total exchange-wide volume at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) reached 27,105,120 contracts (18,000,968 calls and 9,104,152 puts) in February representing an increase of 74% over year ago levels. Exchange-wide open interest was 94% higher than the close of February last year, standing at 37,083,375 contracts (22,037,393 calls and 15,045,982 puts) at month's end. Average daily volume for the month of February at the CBOE was 1,355,256 contracts representing a 65% increase over February

  • Amsterdam Exchanges Doubles The Volume Of Share Trading In February

    Date 02/03/2000

    It was unprecedentedly busy at Beursplein 5 in February. While premium turnover on options and futures soared by 72% against February 1999, the volume of trading on the share market actually more than doubled. The stock exchange systems accommodated a biggest-ever turnover of ? 135 billion in the month of February. One important factor encouraging the surge of activity by investors appears to be the steep price rises, especially in the IT sector.

  • Trading Volume On CME Up More Than 19 Percent In January - Equity Index Volume Reaches All-Time High As GLOBEX®2 Volume Doubles

    Date 01/03/2000

    February's trading volume on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) rose more than 19 percent over last year to 18.9 million contracts, a record for any February. Volume in equity index products set a new all-time monthly record for the second consecutive month, and electronically traded volume on the CME's GLOBEX®2 system rose by 105 percent.

  • Total February KCBT Trading Volume Exceeds January 2000 Volume By 50 Percent

    Date 01/03/2000

    Total exchange volume at the Kansas City Board of Trade in February exceeded January 2000 volume by 50 percent. Last month 172,701 contracts traded; this month 259,030 contracts traded.

  • Singapore Exchange - Second Round Of Trading Currency Conversion

    Date 01/03/2000

    On 26 November 1999, MAS Notice 757 was changed to allow non-resident companies to issue shares to raise S$. Non-resident companies are free to decide on the currency in which their shares are to be sold in the primary market as well as in their secondary trading.

  • Oslo Stock Exchange Monthly Report: February 2000: Locomotives sidelined by IT

    Date 01/03/2000

    Whereas the IT index jumped 18.7 per cent in February, traditional Norwegian manufacturing shares sagged. The all-share index climbed 3.4 per cent on record trading.

  • Nymex To Increase Palladium Margins

    Date 01/03/2000

    The New York Mercantile Exchange will increase its palladium margins as of the close of business today to $37,500 from $22,500 for clearing members; to $41,250 from $24,750 for members; and to $50,625 from $30,375 for customers.