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  • NYBOT Trading Volumes Continue Strong In July Year To Date, 12% Ahead Of Record 2004 Numbers

    Date 02/08/2005

    Trading volumes at the New York Board of Trade® (NYBOT®) continued their upward climb during July, with a total of 2,174,385 futures and options contracts traded on the month. Particular strength was shown in NYBOT’s Currency Futures complex, which at 182,375 contracts was up 39% vs. July 2004; the Index Futures and Agricultural Futures complexes were up 4% and 3% respectively on the month. July’s strong volume growth is on the heels of record trading in June 2005, the biggest volume month in

  • NYBOT Announces Antwerp Coffee Warehouse Actions

    Date 02/08/2005

    A severe thunderstorm and possible tornado recently damaged the coffee warehouses of Molenbergnatie and Wilmarsdonk, which are licensed by the New York Board of Trade® (NYBOT®) in the Port of Antwerp, Belgium. The warehouse locations are Molenbergnatie 3 Way 6-7 and Wilmarsdonk 3 Way 9. No other licensed warehouses in the Port of Antwerp were damaged.

  • Nasdaq-100 European Tracker (EQQQ) Admitted To Trading On The London Stock Exchange

    Date 02/08/2005

    The Nasdaq ETF Funds plc today announced that its NASDAQ-100 European TrackerSM (EQQQ) has been admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange. The Nasdaq ETF Funds is an Irish open-ended investment company managed by Nasdaq Global Funds (Ireland) Ltd, a subsidiary of The NASDAQ Stock Market® (NASDAQ: NDAQ). EQQQ is an exchange traded fund (ETF) that is designed to generally correspond to the price and yield performance of the NASDAQ-100 Index® , one of the most closely watched financial barom

  • NASD Orders Morgan Stanley To Pay Over $6.1 Million For Fee-Based Account Violations - Firm's Customers To Receive $4.6 Million In Restitution

    Date 02/08/2005

    NASD announced today that it has fined Morgan Stanley DW, Inc. $1.5 million and has ordered the firm to pay more than $4.6 million in restitution for failing to adequately supervise its fee-based brokerage business. More than 3,500 Morgan Stanley customers will be receiving restitution.

  • JSE Equities Market Weekly Statistics For The Week Ended 29.07.2005

    Date 02/08/2005

    Attached is the weekly report of certain trading statistics. It must be noted that the statistics relevant to foreign transactions only represent transactions executed through the JSE Equities Market.

  • Federation Of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges July Newsletter Posted On The Web

    Date 02/08/2005

    The FEAS July Newsletter, the monthly bulletin, bringing you general secretariat news, Member statistics on stock, bond and other volume comparisons on a monthly, year-to-date and prior period basis, in addition to market cap, currency changes, number of companies traded and index fluctuations, has been put on the FEAS website. To view click here.

  • EEX Trading Results In July

    Date 02/08/2005

    In July 2005, the European Energy Exchange (EEX) saw a total turnover of 60.7 TWh. Of this amount, 6.936.041 MWh were traded on the Spot Market.

  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange - July Share Trading On Copenhagen Stock Exchange Up 51 Per Cent Compared With 2004

    Date 02/08/2005

    In July, securities trading on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange was on a high level considering that July is a holiday month.

  • Competition: European Commission Publishes Report On EU Securities Trading, Clearing And Settlement Arrangements

    Date 02/08/2005

    The European Commission has published a report compiled for the services of the Competition Directorate General on securities trading, clearing and settlement arrangements for bonds and equities in the 25 EU countries. On the basis of this report the Commission will work closely with national competition and regulatory authorities to ensure that possible barriers to cross-border competition monitored and if necessary investigated. The arrangements for these services are complex, va

  • CME Targets European Market Users With Eurozone HICP Inflation Futures Contract

    Date 02/08/2005

    CME, the largest U.S. futures exchange, today announced plans to launch a European inflation futures contract based on the Eurozone Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices ex Tobacco (HICP). When launched, this contract will complement CME’s existing U.S. inflation futures contract, which began trading in 2004. CME Eurozone HICP futures contracts are scheduled to begin trading on the CME® Globex® electronic trading platform on Monday, Sept. 19th, 2005. Trading hours will be from 8:00 a.m. to 4: