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  • Labuan International Financial Exchange Market Cap Reaches Usd12 Billion With The Listing Of Sarawak International Incorporated Notes

    Date 04/08/2005

    The total market capitalisation of Labuan International Financial Exchange (LFX) has reached USD12.09 billion (RM45.3 billion, 1USD=RM3.75 as at 2 August 2005) with the primary listing of USD600 million guaranteed notes issued by Sarawak International Incorporated (SII), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SGOS Capital Holdings Sdn Bhd (SGOS).

  • KCBT Wheat Futures Open Interest Sets New Record, Tops 92,000

    Date 04/08/2005

    Open interest in the Kansas City Board of Trade hard red winter wheat futures contract has set a new record. At the conclusion of Wednesday’s trading, open interest was at 92,776 contracts, breaking the previous record of 91,261 contracts set on June 21, 2001.

  • JMG EXPLORATION, INC. COMJMG Exploration, Inc. Commences Trading On ArcaEx®, Archipelago ExchangeSM (ArcaEx®) Announces Initial Public Offering And Exclusive Listing Of JMGMENCES Trading On ArcaEx®, Archipelago Exchange<SUP>SM</SUP> (ArcaEx®) Announces In

    Date 04/08/2005

    The Archipelago ExchangeSM (ArcaEx®), the nation's first totally open, all-electronic stock exchange, today announced that JMG Exploration, Inc., an independent energy company, has listed on ArcaEx, a facility of the Pacific Exchange, and trading has commenced in its common stock and warrants on ArcaEx. JMG Exploration, Inc., has listed its common stock and warrants exclusively on ArcaEx,. The symbols are: common stock (JMG); $5.00 warrants (JMG+).

  • HKEx: Changes Of Designated Securities For Short Selling

    Date 04/08/2005

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), announces that with effect from 15 August 2005 (Monday), 14 additional securities will be eligible for short selling and 12 existing designated securities will be removed from the list. The total number of designated securities for short selling will be 272 after the revision.

  • FFastFill Reaches Agreement With TT

    Date 04/08/2005

    FFastFill Plc ("FFastFill"), the leading provider of application services to the derivatives community, announces that a settlement agreement has been signed between Trading Technologies International (''TT'') and FFastFill in relation to a lawsuit filed against it yesterday in the United States District Court ("Court") by TT, alleging that FFastFill has infringed certain of TT's patents.

  • FFastFill And Trading Technologies Agree Partnership To Provide X Trader As A Service

    Date 04/08/2005

    FFastFill Plc (“FFastFill”) and Trading Technologies International, Inc. (“TT”) today announced a partnership agreement that allows FFastFill to deliver TT’s X Trader software using FFastFill’s high reliability application service. TT’s X Trader incorporates their MD Trader technology and is used extensively within the global professional trading community. FFastFill delivers trading applications for the derivatives community as a service from its facilities in London and Chicago. This service i

  • Euronext: Expert Commission, Indices Committee

    Date 04/08/2005

    The Expert Commission, Indices Committee, meeting today, took the following decisions:

  • During The First Trading Day Total Trading Volume Of RTS Index Futures Exceeded 81 Million Rubles

    Date 04/08/2005

    During the first trading day 117 transactions were executed in RTS index futures, the total trading volume equaled 1 759 contracts or 81,6 million rubles. The operations were executed by large and small-scale investors. Trading volume of RTS index futures were inferior only to three leading single stock derivatives (futures and options on RAO "UES of Russia", "Gazprom", and "LUKOil”) and to 3-year Moscow City bonds futures.

  • Directors Herbert M. Allison, Jr. And Dennis Weatherstone Step Down From New York Stock Exchange Board

    Date 04/08/2005

    The New York Stock Exchange has announced that Herbert M. Allison, Jr. and Dennis Weatherstone have stepped down from the Exchange Board of Directors, effective immediately. Both Messrs. Allison and Weatherstone had expressed a desire not to stand for re-election last April but had agreed to stay on through the key decision making on the proposed merger with Archipelago.

  • CBOT Fed Watch - August 4 Market Close

    Date 04/08/2005

    In advance of next week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on August 9, the Chicago Board of Trade will be reporting daily rate change probabilities in the FOMC's federal funds target rate, as indicated by the CBOT 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract. The CBOT 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract is a key benchmark interest rate barometer that reflects the forward overnight effective rate for excess reserves that are traded among commercial banks in the U.S. federal funds market.