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  • SFE Chief To Become CEO Of The Australian Centre For Global Finance

    Date 15/10/1999

    The Board of the Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) has accepted the resignation of its Chief Executive, Mr Leslie Hosking, following his decision to take-up an Australian Government appointment as Chief Executive of the Australian Centre for Global Finance in January 2000.

  • SADC - Listings Requirements Harmonised

    Date 15/10/1999

    The SADC Committee of Stock Exchanges is pleased to announce that the following Stock Exchanges have harmonised their Listings Requirements based on 13 principles extracted from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange's Listing Requirements: Botswana Stock Exchange, Johannesburg Stock Exchange, Malawi Stock Exchange, Namibian Stock Exchange, Lusaka Stock Exchange, Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.

  • New participant On SWX

    Date 15/10/1999

    The SWX Swiss Exchange has accepted Agon Wertpapier Handelsgesellschaft mbh, Köln, as a Participant. The new participant will commence trading activities on the SWX platform on Monday, 18 October 1999.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Monthly Statistics September

    Date 15/10/1999

    The total turnover of securities on the Exchange amounted to SIT23.5 billion in September and reached the second highest value this year, after the amount of SIT17.8 billion in August. In 1999 the Exchange recorded a higher total turnover only in March (SIT24.3 billion). The total turnover in September 1998 was 13.8 billion. The total turnover on the Exchange in the first nine months of this year amounted to SIT172.1 billion and was more than 60% higher than the figure of the same period in the

  • Indicative Selections For Amsterdam Exchanges And Amsterdam Midkap Indices As At 30 September 1999

    Date 15/10/1999

    Amsterdam Exchanges has made an indicative selection of the constituent shares in the Amsterdam Exchanges (AEX) and Amsterdam Midkap (AMX) indices on the basis of the value of turnover up to 30 September 1999. The period used for determining the selection for the AEX index was, as announced earlier, reduced from three calendar years to one calendar year, and the value of turnover used for determining the selection of the AMX index will no longer be weighted. Instead, the unweighted value of tur

  • Hong Kong As A World Financial Centre" Speech Given By H. C. Lee, Chairman Of The Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong, At Business And Professionals Federation Of Hong Kong, October 14, 1999

    Date 15/10/1999

    The emergence of Hong Kong as the most international of Asian financial centres over the past 20 years has been a remarkable story. But despite our past achievements, we are seeing that Hong Kong as a financial centre faces a much tougher competitive environment today than ever before; and, to maintain Hong Kong's leading position, we will need to address some broad issues which go beyond pure financial market infrastructure.

  • CME Sets New Record In E-MINI S&P 500 Futures

    Date 15/10/1999

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) set a new trading volume record in its E-mini S&P 500 Index contract on Thursday.

  • Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) Sets Oct. 29 Start Date For E-Session Extended Trading Hours

    Date 15/10/1999

    Following Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approval of its proposal, the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) announced yesterday that it will offer a new extended trading hours session from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Central Time starting Oct. 29. The SEC approved the E-Session as a pilot program through March 1, 2000.

  • CBOE Breaks Volume Record

    Date 15/10/1999

    A record number of option contracts traded today at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). Records were broken for both total option volume as well as stock option volume.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 15/10/1999

    The market bounced back from the last couple of week's losses, gaining 0.1% to end the week on a positive note. Chobe continued to be the volume leader with more than 100,000 shares changing hands at P1.60, 3t up on the previous week's close. Stanchart was the only other gainer adding 50t to an all-time high of P41.00 on 27,000 shares. Pep shed 30t to P2.20 on 185,000 shares with MRI also losing ground with just over 67,000 shares trading 5t down at P1.80. Barclays and FNBB were unchanged at P7.