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  • Deutsche Boerse Group: € 313 Billion In Turnover On German Stock Exchanges In December - Turnover On German Stock Exchanges Rises To €3.8 Trillion In 2005 - More transactions on Xetra

    Date 02/01/2006

    Based on the total turnover statistics, a total volume of €312.8 billion was traded on all German stock exchanges in the last month of 2005 – a rise of 16 percent year-on-year (December 2004: €269.8 billion). This total included €264.9 billion in equities, warrants and exchange traded funds, as well as €47.9 billion in fixed-income securities. Thus, €3.8 trillion were traded on all German stock exchanges during 2005 (2004: €3.3 trillion) – around €3.2 trillion of which in equities, warrants and

  • Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchanges: Egypt On Top Of Developed And Emerging Markets In 2005

    Date 02/01/2006

    Egypt came on top of both the emerging and developed markets in 2005, showing impressive gains of more than 150%, as per the Standard & Poor's ( S&P/IFCG ,S&P/IFCI) and Morgan Stanley (MSCI) indices. Moreover, CASE 30 Index, the main benchmark of the Egyptian market, surged by a hefty 146% in 2005, recording the biggest gain out of 80 stock measures tracked worldwide by Bloomberg News.

  • Borsa Italiana - Figures 2005

    Date 02/01/2006

    (Figures to 29 December) Trading turnover in share instrument electronic systems, ETFs and securitised derivatives has exceeded €1,000 billion (€1,015bn) Trading turnover reaches a new all-time high of €953 billion Trading in Securitised Derivatives, ETFs and idem stock derivatives also reaches a new all-time high Capitalisation increases to €681

  • Saudi Stock Market Report 2005: Index For The Year 2005 Records (103.66%) Growth - Over SR (4.14) Trillion Traded For The Year 2005

    Date 01/01/2006

    The All Share Index by the end of the year 2005 closed at (16712.64) points compared with (8206.23) for last year 2004 with an increase of (103.66 %) recording its highest point in its history at (16988.08) on (15/12/2005).

  • WSE Reminds Of Introduction Of A New Sector Sub-Index WIG- Oil & Gas

    Date 30/12/2005

    The Warsaw Stock Exchange reminds that starting from January 1, 2006 a new sector sub-index WIG-oil & gas will be calculated and published.

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange: TOPIX Futures Trading Volume For 2005 Sets Record High!

    Date 30/12/2005

    We are pleased to inform you that trading volume on TOPIX Futures contract (all contracts) set a yearly record-high, 12,785,962 contracts, 24.1% increase compared to the previous year. Trading volume on JGB futures is increasing rapidly.

  • SWX And virt-x: Provisional Year End Trading Statistics 2005

    Date 30/12/2005

    2005 was a record year for the SWX Swiss Exchange and virt-x in terms of turnover and the total number of transactions. The information regarding turnover and number of transactions reflects provisional readings because the data for the last trading day of the year (30.12.2005) were not yet available at the time of publication. Thus for technical reasons, the definitive annual figures for 2005 will compiled only next week.

  • SGX Strengthens EXCO With Appointment Of New CFO

    Date 30/12/2005

    Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Robert W. van Zwieten, age 43, as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Executive Vice President of Corporate Services Group with effect from 1 January 2006. Mr van Zwieten will also serve as a member of SGX’s Executive Committee.

  • Program Trading Averaged 55.7 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Dec. 19-23

    Date 30/12/2005

    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 Dec. 19-23.

  • NYSE Seat Sells For $3,575,000

    Date 30/12/2005

    A regular seat sold on the New York Stock Exchange today for $3,575,000; up $70,000 from the last regular seat sale sold on Dec. 29. This brings the total number of seat sales this year to 93, more than three times the 30 seats sold in 2004.