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  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange: The Limits Of Best Execution Raised For Share Transactions

    Date 02/11/2001

    The limit of when a trade is subject to Best execution for share transactions has been raised from DKK 400,000 to up to approximately DKK 5 million in respect of the shares of KFX companies. The change is a consequence of the settlement rules in the Norex Member Rules. The limits for bond and derivatives transactions remain at DKK 3 million in market value per bond transaction and DKK 3 million in market value of the underlying asset in a derivatives transaction.

  • CFTC'S Technology Advisory Committee To Meet In Chicago On November 27, 2001 - Pre-Registration Before November 25 Is Required

    Date 02/11/2001

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission's Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) will meet on Tuesday, November 27, 2001, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 230 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois.

  • CBOT Fed Watch

    Date 02/11/2001

    Based upon the November 2 market close in the November 2001 expiration, the Chicago Board of Trade 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract is currently pricing in a 100 percent probability that the Federal Open Market Committee will lower the federal funds target rate by at least 25 basis points from 2-1/2 percent to 2-1/4 percent at the FOMC meeting on November 6.

  • CBOE® Sets Volume Record In The New S&P100® Index Options (XEO Sm) In October - Three New Sector Indexes Listed

    Date 02/11/2001

    Total volume at the Chicago Board Options Exchange® (CBOE) was boosted by heavy trading in several CBOE index options which have seen a surge in activity from investors looking for broad market protection. Volume in options on the S&P 100 Index with European-style exercise (XEO), launched on July 23rd of this year, set a record of 228,786 contracts (84,042 calls and 144,744 puts) traded in October. A single-day volume record was set in XEO options on October 19th when 70,093 contracts traded. Op

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Completes Transformation Into Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Inc.

    Date 01/11/2001

    Winnipeg Commodity Exchange has received all necessary regulatory approvals to proceed with demutualization. Effective today, Winnipeg Commodity Exchange will continue as a for-profit share corporation to be known as WCE Holdings Inc., governed by the provisions of The Corporations Act (Manitoba).

  • TSE Demutualizes Into A Stock Company

    Date 01/11/2001

    Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc., in an effort to increase the transparency of its management and build an organization with greater vitality and a more positive business attitude, has demutualized effective November 1, 2001.

  • The Kosdaq Stock Market Hosted The "Asian New Markets Forum Korea 2001" In Seoul

    Date 01/11/2001

    The Kosdaq Stock Market Inc. hosted a Conference in Seoul on October 25 ~ 26, called the "Asian New Markets Forum Korea 2001" consisting of CEOs and Experts, to enhance dialogue between the Asian New Markets and to foster more cooperation and understanding. The participating Markets included Kosdaq, Jasdaq, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, and Taiwan OTC.

  • Program Trading Averaged 24.0 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Oct. 15-Oct. 19, 2001

    Date 01/11/2001

    The New York Stock Exchange today 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. 15-19, 2001.

  • NYMEX: EFP Filing Deadlines

    Date 01/11/2001

    Effective immediately, all EFP submission deadlines will return to their pre-September 11, 2001 standard timing. For example, the day after expiration EFP deadlines for the now-expired November 2001 Heating Oil, Unleaded Gasoline and Propane contracts is 2:00 p.m. today, Thursday, November 1, 2001. Generally, all other EFPs must be submitted by the close of each futures market on a daily basis.

  • KCBT Volume Increases In October Compared To September

    Date 01/11/2001

    The Kansas City Board of Trade trading volume rebounded in October when compared to September, but was not up to the levels of the previous October. However, the increase in volume was a positive sign, indicating market volume could be resuming the upward trend that was evident prior to September 11.