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  • Tokyo Stock Exchange: Delisting Of Equity Options On The Asahi Bank Limited.

    Date 08/02/2002

    TSE has applied for approval to the Minister for Financial Services to delist the equity options on The Asahi Bank Limited because of the upcoming exchange of shares with Daiwa Bank Holdings, Inc.

  • SWX: Gretag Imaging Holding AG: No Violation Of Ad-hoc Publicity Rules

    Date 08/02/2002

    In a media release published on 9 November 2001, Gretag Imaging Holding AG announced that it had sold its Professional Imaging Division to Océ N.V. (NL) and applied the sale proceeds to restructuring the balance sheet. The release stated that an agreement had been reached with the company's financing partners to reduce debt. On 6 November 2001, the price of Gretag Imaging Holding AG registered shares had already risen from CHF 6.50 to CHF 10. Preliminary examination by SWX into a potential viola

  • SWX: Changes To trading In SAirGroup Bonds

    Date 08/02/2002

    On 29 January 2002, upon consideration of two appeals, the independent Appeals Board decided to postpone the delisting of SAirGroup bonds. On 8 February 2002, upon the withdrawal of these appeals, the independent Appeals Board repealed the postponement with immediate effect. This means that SAirGroup bonds have been delisted with effect from 5 p.m. on Friday, 8 February.

  • Russian Wimm-Bill-Dann Also At NEWEX

    Date 08/02/2002

    The leading Russian food company Wimm-Bill-Dann Foods OJSC, which today completed its IPO at the New York Stock Exchange, will also be traded from today at NEWEX (New Europe Exchange) (WKN: 534436). The American Depositary Shares (ADS) are being sponsored by Deutsche Bank. Wolfgang Steubing AG acts as Skontroführer. The ADS are soon to be included into Continuous Trading on Xetra.

  • New MESDAQ Market Significant For The Malaysian Capital Market

    Date 08/02/2002

    The establishment of the new MESDAQ Market at the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) is a significant achievement in contributing to the development of the Malaysian capital Market.

  • NASD Announces New Rules Governing Recommendations Made By Research Analysts

    Date 08/02/2002

    Robert R. Glauber, Chairman and CEO of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASD®) announced today it has proposed new rules governing securities recommendations made by research analysts. The proposed new rules will impose a comprehensive set of measures to address the serious potential conflicts of interest faced by research analysts and are backed by the ability of the NASD to enforce compliance through appropriate disciplinary action. The NASD has developed these rule change

  • Kosdaq Stock Market Announces Appointment Of New CEO

    Date 08/02/2002

    Following a General Meetings held on February 8, the Kosdaq Stock Market Inc. announced the appointment of Mr. Ho Joo Shin as its new CEO & President with immediate effect. He is replacing Dr. Jungho Kang who is now Chairman & CEO of the Korea Futures Exchange.

  • Focus On Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Feed Wheat Futures

    Date 08/02/2002

    March feed wheat futures ended the month up at $153.40/tonne, having traded in a relatively narrow range during the last half of January. After reaching similar price levels in early December 2001, the March futures trended downward hitting $147.50/tonne before returning to the recent price levels in mid-January.

  • Euronext Amsterdam: UPC Out Of AEX Index On 14 February

    Date 08/02/2002

    With effect from Thursday 14 February 2002, United Pan-Europe Communications (UPC) will no longer be included in the AEX index. The removal of the company from the index is a consequence of the listing measure that Euronext imposed on 14 November 2001.

  • CFTC Chairman Newsome To Address ABA Meeting

    Date 08/02/2002

    Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman James E. Newsome will be the luncheon speaker today at the Winter Meeting of the American Bar Association's Committee on Futures and Derivative Instruments, 12:45 p.m., Coral Gables, Florida. In his remarks the Chairman will discuss, among other things, single stock futures, the Enron situation, his personal view of the agency's proper role as an oversight regulator, and the recently announced restructuring of the CFTC.