Skip to main Content
Site Search

Advanced Search

  • Mondo Visione
  • Mondo Visione - Worldwide Exchange Intelligence
Member Login

Member Login

Forgotten your password?

News Centre

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange Aluminium Futures Weekly Report

    Date 23/08/1999

    This week, OME aluminium futures went sharply lower due to the yen's surge.

  • CME Announces Start-Up For Exchange-Traded Weather Temperature Futures

    Date 23/08/1999

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange has announced a launch date of Wednesday, Sept. 22, for the world's first exchange traded temperature-related weather derivatives. At startup, the CME will offer Heating Degree Day (HDD) index futures for four U.S. cities: Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati and New York. The contracts are designed to provide a risk management tool to help businesses protect their revenue during times of depressed demand or excessive costs resulting from unexpected or unfavorable weathe

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 23/08/1999

    The BSE achieved its largest ever point gain rising over 114.68 points (9.04%) on the week. The surge in the market means that the market capitalisation of the Botswana Stock Exchange has broken US$1bn for the first time ever.

  • Real-Time FTSE European And UK Indices To Be Calculated From 0800

    Date 20/08/1999

    In order to reflect the move towards the harmonisation of market hours by a number of European Exchange's, FTSE International today announces that, from 20 September 1999, the calculation of the real-time FTSE European and FTSE UK Indices will commence at 08.00 London time. The close of the real-time FTSE European and UK Indices will remain at 16.30.

  • Chicago Stock Exchange Board Approves Extended Trading Hours Session - Target Start Date of October 1, 1999

    Date 20/08/1999

    The Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) announced today that its Board of Governors approved a plan to bring the benefits of a registered securities exchange to retail investors who want to trade during non-traditional hours. Pending the effectiveness of a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing, the CHX is targeting a start date of October 1.

  • NYMEX Natural Gas Futures Set Electronic Trading Volume Record

    Date 19/08/1999

    Henry Hub natural gas set a record on Wednesday night on the New York Mercantile Exchange ACCESS(SM) electronic trading system when 16,337 contracts were traded, surpassing the previous record of 16,038 contracts, traded during the July 29, 1999, session.

  • American Stock Exchange Reports Increase in Short Interest

    Date 19/08/1999

    The American Stock Exchange member and non-member organizations today reported short interest of 178,784,209 shares as of the August 13, 1999 settlement date, an increase of 6,894,019 shares from the 171,890,190 shares (adjusted) reported in mid-July. The August figure represents trades through August 10, 1999.

  • NASD Selected by CIO Magazine as a Top 100 Company to Excel in the 21st Century

    Date 18/08/1999

    The National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASDĀ®), parent company of The Nasdaq Stock MarketĀ®, today announced that it has been chosen as a recipient of the 1999 CIO-100 Award. Yesterday in San Diego, NASD Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) Gregor S. Bailar accepted the award on behalf of the organization at a ceremony honoring the top 100 companies, as chosen by CIO magazine. In its twelfth year, the CIO-100 Award program recognizes organizations around the

  • HKFE Panel Sees Three-month HIBOR Rising

    Date 18/08/1999

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange's (HKFE) panel of forecasters from 10 banks predicts the three-month HIBOR (Hong Kong interbank offer rate) will be nearly a quarter percentage point higher on 15 October. The panel also looks for one-month HIBOR to be near its current level in mid-October. Both predictions appear in the latest edition of the HKFE's "HIBOR Futures Market Update" newsletter, published today.

  • COMED Confirms No Problems Affecting CBOT

    Date 18/08/1999

    In response to inquiries from CBOT members and customers today (August 17), the Chicago Board of Trade confirmed with Commonwealth Edison that ComEd is not experiencing any problems that will affect the exchange.