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  • CME, LIFFE Announce Implementation Dates For Partnership Initiatives

    Date 14/02/2000

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) and the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) today announced a launch date of March 20 for the delivery of the first initiatives under the banner of their strategic partnership announced last summer.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 14/02/2000

    The market ended the week fractionally higher. Stanchart added P1.00 to P38.00 on 127,700 shares to align itself with last week's bid. Barclays was unchanged at P8.00 on more modest volume with both banks' final results just around the corner. FNBB was also unchanged at P25.50 with over 28,000 shares changing hands. RPC Data surged 10t (6%) to P1.80 on over 70,000 shares following last week's cautionary announcement. Market turnover for the week amounted to P5,773,450 on 240,403 domestic shares.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Company news

    Date 14/02/2000

    Inco's AGM will be held at its head office premises on Plot 20584, Gaborone on Thursday 24 February 2000 at 1630hrs.

  • Bahrain Stock Exchange Weekly Report

    Date 14/02/2000

    The BSE adjusts the index as and when companies announce their proposed dividend distributions (the share prices are adjusted after the AGM date). With heavy caps like Batelco and Investcorp announcing their dividend distributions the BSE dived 1.7% during the week, closing at its lowest level since September 1997.

  • Tallinn Stock Exchange January Round-Up

    Date 11/02/2000

    The Estonian Parliament on January 18 passed amendments to the Securities Market Act to regulate take-overs of public companies. The law now stipulates that a person obtaining a controlling interest in a listed company has an obligation to make a take-over bid to all remain-ing shareholders. The offeror must ensure equal treatment for all share-holders, and is obliged to follow the take-over rules of the TSE.

  • Riga Stock Exchange January Round-Up

    Date 11/02/2000

    The Riga Stock Exchange started its first business day of the new millenium with no anxiety. The RSE trading systems, as well as the systems of the RSE Members, Latvian Central Depository and Bank of Latvia proved to be Y2K-compliant.

  • National Stock Exchange Of Lithuania January Round-Up

    Date 11/02/2000

    The trading volume of 1999 was the largest in the NSEL history and amounted to LTL 2,302.3 million. Compared to the results of the year 1998, the trading volumes improved by 54.7%. The turnover of T-bills augmented by 77% and that of shares climbed by 38%. The turnover of the Official List, the Current List, and the Unlisted securities advanced by 43%, 28%, and 148%, respectively.

  • FTSE International To Introduce Capped Versions Of FTSE 100 & FTSE All-Share indices

    Date 11/02/2000

    FTSE International is intending to introduce capped versions of the FTSE 100 and FTSE All-Share. Currently it is proposed that a limit, or cap, of 10% for any single stock should be imposed. There will be no change to the existing FTSE 100 and FTSE All-Share indices which will continue to be calculated on an uncapped basis. The current FTSE 100 and FTSE All-Share accurately reflect the underlying UK market and we expect that these will continue to be used by the majority of investors and as the

  • CBOT Calls For Fair And Balanced Regulatory Treatment

    Date 11/02/2000

    In testimony yesterday before the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee, leaders from the Chicago Board of Trade said Congress must "move quickly to restructure federal regulation to enable all derivatives markets to benefit from the forces of full and fair competition."

  • Amsterdam Exchanges Introduces Egg Futures Contract

    Date 11/02/2000

    Egg futures will be traded on Amsterdam Exchanges' agricultural futures market as of 10 March 2000, allowing producers and customers to protect themselves against price fluctuations.