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  • HKFE Completes Simulated Trading

    Date 08/05/2000

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE) announced that May 6th's street-wide simulated trading on its HKATS electronic trading system has been completed as planned. Today's simulated trading followed a similar exercise conducted on 29 April.

  • Central Bank Of Iceland's Weekly Repo Auction 9/2/200

    Date 08/05/2000

    The Central Bank offers a 10.1% rate on a 14 day repo of government securities, in its weekly repo auction, deadline Tue. 9.May. at 11:00.

  • CBOT'S 10-Year Agency Note Contracts Surpass The 200,000 Milestone And

    Date 08/05/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade announced today that trading volume for its 10-Year Agency Note futures and futures-options contracts has surpassed 200,000 -- a key volume milestone for a new product.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Flaxseed Futures Open Interest Rises As New Crop Approaches

    Date 05/05/2000

    Flaxseed open interest rose from a low of 1,650 contracts in June 1999 and climbed as high as 7,421 contracts in April 2000. This increase has brought flaxseed open interest back into its normal historical range, though still below the highs of early 1998. The 1999/00 crop year-to-date average daily trading volume for flaxseed is 476 contracts compared to 465 contracts for the 1998/99 crop year. Flaxseed options volume crop year-to-date has also increased significantly over the previous crop yea

  • The Daily Trading Volume On The Copenhagen Stock Exchange Equity Market Remained High In April

    Date 05/05/2000

    Share trading did not slow down during the Easter month. The value of average daily trading was DKK 3.6 billion in April and thus it fell slightly (4 per cent) compared with the previous peak month, March 2000. The trading volume rose by almost 70 per cent compared with the corresponding month last year. Once again Tele Danmark was the most actively traded share with a turnover of DKK 9.5 billion. Nordic Baltic Holding (Unidanmark) was the second most-active share with DKK 6.7 billion, while N

  • SWX Eurobonds: First London-Based Market Makers Commence Dealings

    Date 05/05/2000

    SWX Eurobonds has reached another milestone: Barclays and PaineWebber have become the first London-based market makers to take up trading activities in the Eurobond segment of the SWX Swiss Exchange. As a result, a total of four market makers - including CSFB and UBS - are now posting firm bids and asks on SWX Eurobonds. Thanks to the market entry of the first liquidity providers from London, SWX anticipates a considerable upswing in trading volume in its Eurobond segment.

  • SEC Study Reveals Problems In Display Of Limit Orders - SRO Oversight And Disciplinary Programs Need Improvement

    Date 05/05/2000

    A Securities and Exchange Commission staff report released today reveals problems in the display of limit orders in the equities and options markets and inadequacies in the markets' surveillance and disciplinary programs for limit order display.

  • Philippine Stock Exchange Board Appoints Ramon T. Garcia as President and Chief Executive Officer

    Date 05/05/2000

    Chairman Felipe U. Yap of the Philippine Stock Exchange(PSE) is happy to announce the election and appointment of Ramon T. Garcia as President and Chief Executive Officer of the PSE effective 1 May 2000.

  • Open Interest Up 17.3% On The Derivatives Markets Of Parisbourse SBF SA - The Euro Notional Bounces Back To 1994's Record Levels

    Date 05/05/2000

    April trading volume on the derivatives markets of ParisBourse SBF SA reached 20.4 million contracts. Total open interest was up 17.3% on the previous month.

  • New York Stock Exchange Statement Regarding Rule 390

    Date 05/05/2000

    The NYSE is gratified by the SEC's approval of our proposal to rescind Rule 390. At the same time, we continue to believe the Commission's review of market fragmentation should lead to an industry-wide investor-protection initiative. This reform would protect investors in 100 percent of the issues, 100 percent of the time by requiring brokerage firms that "internalize" customer orders to provide a better price than the national best bid or offer, or to otherwise give the order an opportunity for