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  • Volume At Kansas City Board Of Trade Surpasses Annual Record

    Date 19/11/1999

    Thursday's activity at the Kansas City Board of Trade pushed 1999 year-to-date trading volume past the previous annual record, putting an exclamation point on the exchange's outstanding growth in the '90s.

  • Tehran Stock Exchange Monthly Statistics August 1999

    Date 19/11/1999

    During the twenty three trading days in August the volume of transactions and turnover were 34.6 million and IRR 120,494.9 million respectively. Meanwhile, the TSE All Share Price index (TEPIX) closed at 1,730.98 at the end of August.

  • SFE Clearing House Appoints New Chairman - Clearing House Granted An Exchange Settlement Account

    Date 19/11/1999

    Mr Ian Payne is the new Chairman of the Sydney Futures Exchange Clearing House (SFECH), a wholly owned SFE subsidiary.

  • Program Trading Averaged 14.8 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Nov. 8-12

    Date 19/11/1999

    The New York Stock Exchange yesterday released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for Nov. 8-12. The data indicated that during Nov. 8-12, program trading amounted to 14.8 percent of NYSE average daily volume of 887.4 million shares, or 131.5 million shares a day.

  • PHLX Nominates Mayor Edward G. Rendell, John L. Cantwell, Jr., And Thomas W. Wynn To Serve On Its Board

    Date 19/11/1999

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) announced today that it has nominated Edward G. Rendell, Mayor of Philadelphia, to serve on its Board of Governors. His term will begin when his duties as Mayor of Philadelphia conclude in January, 2000. In addition, the PHLX also nominated John ("Jack") L. Cantwell, Jr., Senior Vice President and Manager of George Weiss & Co. LLC., and Thomas W. Wynn, President of Wynncroft, Inc., to serve as on-floor equity governors.

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange RSS3 Futures And Rubber Index Futures Monthly Report

    Date 19/11/1999

    On October 3, the market opened easier (spot month: 61.8 yen distant month: 71.9 yen, down 0.3 yen and 0.4 yen, respectively) on long-liquidation in the absence of encouraging factors. Later, the market attracted fresh buying by trade houses reflecting the firmer tone in the producing countries caused by the tight supplies. Players expected that the ample supplies would wane as the amounts of the imported crude rubber in September decreased to 9,600 tonnes which is about a half of the monthly av

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange Aluminium Futures Monthly Report

    Date 19/11/1999

    On October 1, distant July contract opened at 163.0 yen, mostly unchanged from the end of the previous month's level with players staying on the sidelines in the absence of fresh incentives. Later, amid a lull in the yen's strength, the market attracted fresh buying and short-covering as players expected that aluminium prices would advance in the future reflecting the improved outlook of the supply and demand situation with the tight alumina supplies. On October 7, distant month rose to 166.9 y

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange October Monthly Statistics

    Date 19/11/1999

    The total turnover of securities on the Exchange amounted to SIT 27.7 billion in October and reached the highest value this year, after the amount of SIT 23.5 billion in September.

  • HKFE Panel Sees Three-month HIBOR Falling

    Date 19/11/1999

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange's (HKFE) panel of forecasters from 10 banks predicts the three-month HIBOR (Hong Kong interbank offered rate) will be one quarter percentage point lower on 17 January 2000 compared to its level on 15 November 1999 since the rate has already reflected Y2K fears and year-end financing pressures. The panel also sees one-month HIBOR rising slightly between now and mid-January 2000. Both forecasts appear in the latest edition of the HKFE's "HIBOR Futures Market Update"

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 19/11/1999

    The market lost ground and closed the week 0.9% lower on weakness in two key bank stocks. Stanchart fell P1.00 to P40.00 from its all-time high of P41.00 on weak volume. FNBB added to the weakness losing 25t to P31.00, also on weak volume. Chobe on the other hand enjoyed good volumes, trading unchanged at P1.70 on over 100,000 shares. Sechaba was also unchanged at P4.60 on well over half a million shares. MRIB reversed last week's gains to end the week 5t lower at P1.80 on just over 13,000 share