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  • Riga Stock Exchange January Round-Up

    Date 11/02/2000

    The Riga Stock Exchange started its first business day of the new millenium with no anxiety. The RSE trading systems, as well as the systems of the RSE Members, Latvian Central Depository and Bank of Latvia proved to be Y2K-compliant.

  • National Stock Exchange Of Lithuania January Round-Up

    Date 11/02/2000

    The trading volume of 1999 was the largest in the NSEL history and amounted to LTL 2,302.3 million. Compared to the results of the year 1998, the trading volumes improved by 54.7%. The turnover of T-bills augmented by 77% and that of shares climbed by 38%. The turnover of the Official List, the Current List, and the Unlisted securities advanced by 43%, 28%, and 148%, respectively.

  • FTSE International To Introduce Capped Versions Of FTSE 100 & FTSE All-Share indices

    Date 11/02/2000

    FTSE International is intending to introduce capped versions of the FTSE 100 and FTSE All-Share. Currently it is proposed that a limit, or cap, of 10% for any single stock should be imposed. There will be no change to the existing FTSE 100 and FTSE All-Share indices which will continue to be calculated on an uncapped basis. The current FTSE 100 and FTSE All-Share accurately reflect the underlying UK market and we expect that these will continue to be used by the majority of investors and as the

  • CBOT Calls For Fair And Balanced Regulatory Treatment

    Date 11/02/2000

    In testimony yesterday before the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee, leaders from the Chicago Board of Trade said Congress must "move quickly to restructure federal regulation to enable all derivatives markets to benefit from the forces of full and fair competition."

  • Amsterdam Exchanges Introduces Egg Futures Contract

    Date 11/02/2000

    Egg futures will be traded on Amsterdam Exchanges' agricultural futures market as of 10 March 2000, allowing producers and customers to protect themselves against price fluctuations.

  • Tradepoint Financial Networks plc (Tradepoint) - London Clearing House - Euroclear Platforms provide basis for first integrated Pan-European Exchange

    Date 10/02/2000

    Tradepoint Financial Networks plc ("Tradepoint") - which plans to launch its pan-European equities exchange later in the year - announced today that it has reached agreement with London Clearing House (LCH) to clear, and the Euroclear Operations Centre to settle, trades conducted on its pan-European exchange. The new exchange will: be the first European equities exchange to offer its members straight-through, pan-European clearing and settlement; offer significant cost advantages, improved trad

  • The IPE, Europe's Leading Energy Futures And Options Exchange, Has Appointed Stephen Gutteridge As Its New Executive Vice President Of Business Development.

    Date 10/02/2000

    The IPE, Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange, has appointed Stephen Gutteridge as its new Executive Vice President of Business Development.

  • SWX Swiss Exchange Trading Statistics - January 2000

    Date 10/02/2000

    The turnover in domestic shares in January 2000 was CHF 79,175.7 million, that of domestic options CHF 5,071.1 million and domestic bonds 7,245.9 million. Domestic securities turnover in January was 91,492.7 million. The turnover in foreign shares in January 2000 was CHF 5,873.2 million and that of foreign bonds CHF 5,645.6 million. Foreign securities turnover in January was 11,518,8 million. Total turnover in January was CHF 103,011.5 million. Eurobond turnover in January was USD 85.7 million (

  • SFE Wool Futures Trading Strongly

    Date 10/02/2000

    Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) wool futures, the commodity first traded by the Exchange when it opened in 1960, are continuing to experience strong trading growth 40 years later.

  • Program Trading Averaged 20.1 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Jan. 31 - Feb. 4

    Date 10/02/2000

    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 Jan. 31 - Feb. 4. The data indicated that during Jan. 31 - Feb. 4, program trading amounted to 20.1 percent of NYSE average daily volume of 1,036.5 million shares, or 208.6 million shares a day.