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  • A list of auditors reports with qualifications published on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange Web Site

    Date 10/05/1999

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong today (Monday) posted a list of auditors reports with qualified opinions and/or explanatory paragraphs on its website in order to further increase market transparency and facilitate investors to make an informed investment decisions.

  • KCBT wheat volume traded last month transcends previous April record

    Date 08/05/1999

    Kansas City Board of Trade wheat futures volume trading during the month of April amounted to 203,992 contracts, breaking the previous April record of 203,194 contracts set in 1997. Wheat futures volume was 31.7 percent more than last April and 6.4 percent higher than last month. Open interest grew 36.1 percent in wheat futures when compared to last year and 4.3 percent when compared to last month. Wheat options volume increased 77 percent compared to last April, while open interest climbed 40.9

  • WIG20 Futures Third Contract Series Available for Trading

    Date 07/05/1999

    On May 4, 1999, the third series of futures contracts on the WIG20 Index was introduced to trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. As a result, contracts expiring in June, September and December are currently available for trading.

  • Tradepoint Refinancing Arrangements

    Date 07/05/1999

    Tradepoint, the UK order-driven stock exchange, has previously indicated its need for additional finance and today announces a long-term financing package that greatly enhances its future prospects. The refinancing takes the form of a subscription for 70 million new Ordinary Shares at 20p per share by a consortium led by Instinet, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Reuters Group PLC. This represents 54.4% of the enlarged equity. The Consortium consists of Instinet, American Century, Archipelago (25% o

  • NYMEX Sets Margins for Aluminum Futures

    Date 07/05/1999

    The New York Mercantile Exchange has established initial and spread margin rates for its aluminum futures contract to be launched on Friday, May 14. The initial margin rates for clearing members, members, and hedgers will be USD800 per contract, and the rate for non-member speculators will be USD1,080 per contract.

  • NYMEX Aluminum Options Date Set; Futures Contract Details Finalized

    Date 07/05/1999

    The New York Mercantile Exchange board of directors has agreed to launch aluminum options on Friday, July 23; established August 1999 as the first month of trading for the aluminum futures contract to be launched on May 14; and selected two warehouses for delivery under the terms of the contract. Previously, the Exchange had announced that it would begin trading with July 1999 as the first of 25 listed contract months. Exchange President R. Patrick Thompson said that the change had been made at

  • Montreal Exchange Satisfied

    Date 07/05/1999

    Senior management at the Montreal Exchange has learned about the reports from the Advisory Committee to the Québec's Deputy Premier and Minister of State for the Economy and Finance, Mr. Bernard Landry, regarding the proposed specialisation of the Canadian exchanges and says it is pleased to see that overall, the proposal has received enthusiastic support. It plans to carefully analyse each of the recommendations put forward in these reports.

  • LIFFE trades GBP192bn Per Day In April 1999

    Date 07/05/1999

    The nominal value of contracts traded on the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) averaged GBP192 billion daily during April 1999, down 14% on March 1999. Total outstanding business in all Euro money market contracts at the end of April exceeded 2,300 billion.

  • CME To Reduce By Half Minimum Price Increment On GSCI®

    Date 07/05/1999

    The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) announced plans to cut in half the minimum price movement on Goldman Sachs Commodity Index (GSCI®) futures and options contracts, effective Tuesday, May 18. The change is designed to enhance contract efficiency and has been approved by the CME Board of Directors and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The minimum price fluctuation will now be 0.05 index points, or USD12.50 per tick, half the previous level of 0.10 index points, or USD25 per tick.

  • CME Board Approves Net Margining For Clearing Firms

    Date 07/05/1999

    In the continuing implementation of its strategic planning initiatives announced last fall, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Board of Directors has approved a measure to change margin requirements for the house accounts of clearing member firms from a gross margin to a net margin basis, beginning this month. Under the net margining program all "house origin" accounts of the clearing firm - including its proprietary positions and the accounts of its affiliates, employees and directors - wil