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  • CBOT 10-Year Interest Rate Swap Futures Set New Volume Record

    Date 19/02/2002

    Continuing to display one of the exchange's best new-product performances, the Chicago Board of Trade's (CBOT®) 10-Year Interest Rate Swap futures contract set a new daily volume record of 6,586 contracts with open interest reaching an all-time high of 11,944 contracts on Friday, February 15. The former daily volume record of 5,319 contracts was set on November 16, 2001.

  • Boston Stock Exchange, Bourse Montréal Inc. And Interactive Brokers Form Partnership To Develop New Electronic Options Exchange

    Date 19/02/2002

    The Boston Stock Exchange, Inc. (BSE), the Bourse Montréal Inc., and Interactive Brokers Group LLC today announced the formation of Boston Options Exchange Group LLC (BOX) to jointly establish an electronic exchange for United States securities options.

  • The Board Of The Iceland Stock Exchange Has Signed The Financial Statement For The Year 2001

    Date 18/02/2002

    Key results ICEX's financial statement is a consolidated statement for the company and its subsidiary, ICEX Info. Figures from previous years apply to the parent company only, as ICEX Info was established in 2000, but began operations in 2001. Its operations have little bearing on the operations and financial outcome of the consolidated accounts.

  • 'Thai Opportunity Fund' Established To Strengthen The Thai Capital Market

    Date 18/02/2002

    The President of the Stock Exchange of Thailand , Mr. Kittiratt 18 February 2002) Na-Ranong, in a signing ceremony for the Thai Opportunity Fund today, said that the Fund has been established in line with the Thai Capital Market Master Plan formulated to strengthen the Thai Capital Market.

  • Futures Contracts On MIDWIG Index Launched On The WSE

    Date 18/02/2002

    On February 18th, a new derivative instrument, futures contract on MIDWIG index, made its debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. After futures contracts on the WIG20 and the TechWIG, the MIDWIG futures contract is the third futures instrument for which an index is underlying instrument.

  • Deutsche Börse's Supervisory Board Approves Clearstream Transaction

    Date 18/02/2002

    On Monday the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Börse AG approved the terms of an offer to be made for the acquisition of Cedel International S.A. and its 50 percent ownership in Clearstream International S.A. by Deutsche Börse. Deutsche Börse made the announcement following the Supervisory Board meeting. The offer will be subject to an affirmative vote by a two-thirds majority of Cedel shareholders and to certain further conditions, including regulatory approval; it is expected to be initi

  • Deutsche Börse Posts Record Results For The Year 2001 - EBIT Of 278.1 Million Euros Higher Than Anticipated - Earnings Per Share Increase To 2.04 Euros - Proposed Dividend Increase From 0.30 To 0.36 Euros

    Date 18/02/2002

    Deutsche Börse AG closed the year 2001 with record results, and again exceeded its growth targets. According to the preliminary figures that the company presented on Monday, sales in the year just ended rose from 648.9 million euros to 760.3 million euros. EBIT increased from 216.5 million euros to 278.1 million euros. The growth targets of 15 percent in sales and 20 percent in EBIT were clearly exceeded in 2001, with increases of some 17 percent and 28 percent, respectively. Earnings per share

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 18/02/2002

    The market fell for the first time since the week ending September the 21st in 2001. The DCI lost 24 points (0.9%) to close at 2560.71 points on decent volume.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Company News

    Date 18/02/2002

    Barclays Bank has announced full year results for the year ended 31 December 2001 which are below expectations, primarily due to a significantly larger than anticipated bad and doubtful debts provision of P15.6m. Net interest income was up 17% to P249.7m, while other operating income increased 36% to P138.4m. Operating expenses rose 28.6% to P143.5m, with net operating income before provisions up 20% to P244.6m. The effect of the large bad debts provision resulted in net income after tax increas

  • HKEx: Distribution Of Summary Financial Reports

    Date 17/02/2002

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (The "Exchange") has amended the Exchange Listing Rules of the Main Board and the Growth Enterprise Market to permit issuers to distribute summary financial reports.