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  • Singapore Exchange Announces 1st Quarter Results

    Date 09/11/2001

    Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) today announced its first quarter financial results (1 July to 30 September 2001) for its second fiscal year (ending 30 June 2002) since its listing in November 2000.

  • SGX And ASX Launch Final Stage Of Co-Trading Link

    Date 09/11/2001

    Singapore Exchange Ltd (SGX) and Australian Stock Exchange Ltd (ASX) today announced the list of stocks which will be initially available for co-trading, and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to facilitate information sharing on regulatory and market surveillance issues related to the link.

  • Pacific Exchange Offers Auto-Ex to Broker-Dealers

    Date 09/11/2001

    The Pacific Exchange (PCX) announced yesterday that it is offering broker-dealers, including specialists and market makers from competing exchanges, access to its automated execution systems in selected options issues.

  • Oslo Børs: New Price Structure To Come Into Force In The New Year

    Date 09/11/2001

    Oslo Børs intends to revise its pricing structure for trading in shares and primary capital certificates with effect from 1 January 2002. The level of fees charged by Oslo Børs is lower than the equivalent fees charged by other exchanges, principally because prior to May 2001 Oslo Børs was structured as a not-for-profit foundation. The changes to be introduced represent an adjustment towards the level charged by other exchanges that are comparable to Oslo Børs.

  • NYBOT Reports Record Day Of Trading For SPCI

    Date 09/11/2001

    The New York Board of Trade (NYBOT®) announced today that 1,402 SPCI futures and options contracts traded at its Queens facility on Thursday, November 8, 2001, with open interest remaining over 1,000. The new, single- day record for SPCI surpasses the opening day volume of 1,022 futures contracts.

  • Hong Kong Futures Exchange:Three-year Exchange Fund Note Futures Contracts Commence Trading On 19 November

    Date 09/11/2001

    Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, announced today (Friday) that the amendments to the Rules of HKFE, and the Rules of HKFE Clearing Corporation Limited, a wholly-owned member of the HKEx Group, in relation to the Three-year Exchange Fund Note Futures contracts have been approved by the Securities and Futures Commission. The Three-year Exchange Fund Note Futures contracts would commence trading on Monday, 19 November, when t

  • Deutsche Börse Shows Substantial Growth Again In Third Quarter - Third-quarter Sales Increased To 185.5 Million Euros - EBIT to 64.8 Million Euros - 24 Percent Growth In EBIT To 225 Million Euros For First Nine Months Nine-month - EBIT In Eurex Segment Gr

    Date 09/11/2001

    Deutsche Börse AG's favorable business development this year continues with further increases in sales and EBIT in the third quarter. The company shows that, compared with the third quarter of last year, sales increased by some 18 percent to 185.5 million euros. The EBIT of 64.8 million euros for the third quarter is about seven percent higher than last year. For the first nine months of the current year, sales grew 19 percent to 560.1 million euros, while EBIT increased 24 percent to 2

  • CBOT/MidAm Thanksgiving Day Holiday Trading Schedule

    Date 09/11/2001

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) and the MidAmerica Commodity Exchange (MidAm) have established the following Thanksgiving Day holiday trading schedules:

  • CBOE Announces Thanksgiving Day Holiday Trading Schedule

    Date 09/11/2001

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange® (CBOE®) today announced the following trading schedule in observance of the Thanksgiving Day holiday:

  • The Stock Exchange of Thailand Board Urges SET Executives To Make The Spread Resolution Clear to Public

    Date 08/11/2001

    Mr. Kittiratt Na-Ranong, President of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), disclosed about the SET Board November Meeting today that the Board had raised an issue of spread amendment to the table for discussion again, and decided that it is a good principle and appropriate for long-term investment. However, it was noted that the actions taken to clarify the amendment and to make it acceptable among the general public were not adequately distributed. The Board directed the SET executives to make