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  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In S&P Canadian Indices - S&P/CDNX Composite Index

    Date 13/02/2002

    Standard & Poor's will make the following changes in the S&P/CDNX Composite Index: CDNX has accepted for filing the reverse takeover of Cosworth Minerals Ltd. (CDNX:CWM). As a result, after the close of trading on Tuesday, February 12, 2002, the shares of Cosworth Minerals Ltd. will be replaced by Palcan Fuel Cells Ltd. (CDNX:PC). Palcan Fuel Cells Ltd., which is classified as a 'Technology' company, will trade under the CUSIP number 696263 10 2. There will be 17,906,582 shares issu

  • SET And MOF To Hold Series Of 6 Seminars In Feb.-Mar. As Part Of The Pre-Listing Program For SOEs

    Date 13/02/2002

    Managing Director of the Capital Promotion Center and the Market for Alternative Investment (MAI), Ms. Sopawadee Lertmansachai, has announced a new program for the listing of SOEs on the Exchange. Besides listing advice, distributing shares and collaborating with related agencies, the SET and the Office for State Enterprises and Government Securities of the Ministry of Finance will hold a workshop with the major theme of "Strategies on the Road to Privatization". This is designed specifically to

  • SEC's Pitt Seeks Review Of Corporate Governance, Conduct Codes

    Date 13/02/2002

    As part of an ongoing effort to bolster investor confidence, Chairman Harvey L. Pitt of the Securities and Exchange Commission has asked the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq to review corporate governance and listing standards, including the important issues of officer and director qualifications and the codes of conduct of public companies.

  • SEC To Propose New Corporate Disclosure Rules

    Date 13/02/2002

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that it intends to propose changes in corporate disclosure rules as the first in a series of steps designed to improve the financial reporting and disclosure system.

  • Nasdaq Economic Advisory Board Adds Three New Members

    Date 13/02/2002

    The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc., today announced that its Economic Advisory Board (EAB) has appointed three new members: Professors Robert H. Jennings of Indiana University, Kenneth A. Kavajecz of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and Bruce N. Lehmann of the University of California at San Diego.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Hosts The Management Team Of Borsa Italiana SPA

    Date 13/02/2002

    On Monday, 11 February 2002, Mr Massimo Capuano, President & CEO, of the Italian Stock Exchange, and his Advisor for Global Relationship Development, Mrs Antonella Amadei, paid a visit to the Ljubljana Stock Exchange. The management team of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange first visited the Exchange in Milan in November 2001, and both sides then agreed they shared very similar views of future development of the European market.

  • IPE Sets New Record Day

    Date 13/02/2002

    IPE, Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange, set two new records yesterday, 12 February 2002.

  • Instinet Completes Strategic Investment In Starmine -Starmine Data To Be Leveraged Among Instinet Clients - Enhances Status As Preferred Soft Dollar Broker

    Date 13/02/2002

    Instinet (Nasdaq: INET), through affiliates, the largest global electronic agency securities broker, and StarMine, the leading provider of objective ratings of Wall Street securities analysts, today announced that Instinet has invested $2 million in StarMine. This closes the $5 million Series D round of financing for privately-held StarMine, in which previous investors American Century Ventures and Hummer Winblad Venture Partners also participated.

  • Gert Tiivas Appointed Head Of Hex Baltic Operations

    Date 13/02/2002

    Gert Tiivas, MA (28), has been appointed Senior Vice President of HEX's Baltic Operations business unit. He reports to Jukka Ruuska, President and CEO of HEX Group.

  • Euronext 2001 Revenues Increased By 0.8 % Compared To The Record Year 2000, Despite The Economic Recession

    Date 13/02/2002

    Euronext NV announces revenues of €697.9m 2001 compared to €692.2m in 2000. Despite the economic recession overall revenues increased by 0.8 % Y/Y thus proving the efficiency of Euronext's business model. As expected the cash trading suffered slightly and revenues declined by 6 %. The listing activity, linked to the number of IPOs decreased by 16.8 % to 49.7 Mio Euros in 2001; this decrease represents only 1 % of our annual sales.