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  • ASX All Ordinaries Index Options

    Date 08/11/1999

    On 8 November ASX will commence trading in put and call options over the All Ordinaries Index. Index options will be complemented by the simultaneous listing of Low Exercise Price Options (LEPOs) over the All Ordinaries Index.

  • NYSE Chairman Grasso Announces Proposed NYSE Initiatives

    Date 06/11/1999

    Speaking before the Securities Industry Association (SIA) in Boca Raton today, New York Stock Exchange Chairman and CEO Richard A. Grasso announced a series of proposed NYSE initiatives, including an internet-based trading system, designed to reengineer the NYSE as it repositions for the new millennium.

  • NYMEX Board Votes To List Electricity Contracts For Daytime Electronic Trading Session

    Date 06/11/1999

    The board of directors of the New York Mercantile Exchange last night unanimously voted to list the Exchange's five sets of electricity futures and options contracts for both daytime and overnight trading on the NYMEX ACCESS® electronic trading system.

  • State Street And OM Announce Joint Venture To Launch Electronic Execution System In Europe

    Date 05/11/1999

    State Street Corporation, one of the world's leading specialists serving institutional investors, and the OM Group, a major owner of exchanges and developer of trading technology, announced today (November 4) that they have agreed in principal to launch a new European fixed income electronic execution system, called Bond Connect Europe. State Street and OM will establish a joint venture to manage implementation and marketing of Bond Connect to institutional investors throughout Europe.

  • Program Trading Averaged 22.9 Percent of NYSE Volume During Oct. 25-29

    Date 05/11/1999

    The New York Stock Exchange today (November 4) released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for Oct. 25-29. The data indicated that during Oct. 25-29, program trading amounted to 22.9 percent of NYSE average daily volume of 976.5 million shares, or 223.7 million shares a day.

  • New Participant On SWX: Banque Nationale De Paris S.A., Frankfurt Branch

    Date 05/11/1999

    The SWX Swiss Exchange has accepted Banque Nationale de Paris S.A., Frankfurt Branch, as a Participant. The new participant will commence trading activities on the SWX platform on Friday, 5 November 1999.

  • Nasdaq Announces Joint Venture To Create A Pan-European Securities Market Nasdaq-Europe Targeted To Open Fourth Quarter 2000

    Date 05/11/1999

    The National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASD®) today announced the formation of a joint venture with SOFTBANK CORP. of Japan, News Corporation's venture capital fund epartners and Vivendi's venture capital fund Viventures Capital, jointly capitalizing a new pan-European stock market, which is scheduled to begin operating in the fourth quarter of 2000.

  • KCBT Wheat Futures Surpass All Previous Annual Trading Volume Records

    Date 05/11/1999

    Active trade in yesterday's (November 3) Kansas City Board of Trade wheat futures contracts pushed annual trading volume to record-breaking levels. At the conclusion of yesterday's trade 2,010,316 contracts or 10.051 billion bushels had traded thus far in 1999. The previous record was set just last year, at 2,006,779 contracts or 10.033 billion bushels. Nearly two months remain to build on the record for this year.

  • HKFE To Implement Proposals To Enhance Transparency On The Trading Floor

    Date 05/11/1999

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE) said today that the Exchange's Board of Directors and the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) have approved regulations to implement the following two proposals to enhance transparency on the trading floor:

  • CHX Sets Monthly Share Volume Record In October

    Date 05/11/1999

    The Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) traded more shares in October than during any other month in its history. For the month ended October 31, 1999, total trade volume reached 2,671,149, up 83 percent over October 1998, while total share volume ended at a record 1,368,140,858, an increase of 48 percent from the same period last year.