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  • NASDAQ Announces Appointment Of Anna Ewing As Chief Information Officer

    Date 20/12/2005

    The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. (“NASDAQ”; NASDAQ: NDAQ) announced today that Anna Ewing has succeeded Steve Randich as Executive Vice President of Operations and Technology and Chief Information Officer. Prior to this appointment, Ewing served as NASDAQ's Senior Vice President of Applications Services. Ms. Ewing will report to NASDAQ CEO Bob Greifeld.

  • London Stock Exchange: Record Year For International Listings

    Date 20/12/2005

    In 2005 the London Stock Exchange attracted a record 129 international companies, from 29 countries, to its Main Market and AIM – an increase of 82 per cent on 2004. International companies raised a total of £5.9 billion in new issues on the Exchange’s markets, the highest value since 2000.

  • London Metal Exchange New Orleans - Zinc Warrants - Update

    Date 20/12/2005

    This update is taken from LME Member Notice 05/383: A376: W106 Summary 1. The suspension of the 2,819 LME zinc warrants listed in the attached schedule, which consists of 11 pages, will not be lifted by the Exchange. 2. The Exchange has completed its examination of the metal, and the sheds in which it is stored, and has established that:- (a) each of the warrants has been affected by flood water;

  • Latest Highlights From Euronext

    Date 20/12/2005

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  • Internal market: European Commission Granted Authority To Negotiate International Convention On Holding Securities

    Date 20/12/2005

    The European Commission has been granted authority by the Council to open negotiations, on behalf of the EU, on part of a draft Convention aiming to make it easier to hold and transfer securities at a world-wide level. The negotiations will take place within the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT).

  • ICE Announces Holiday Trading Schedule

    Date 20/12/2005

    IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), the leading electronic energy marketplace, announced its futures and OTC holiday trading schedule for the end of 2005 and the beginning of 2006. All ICE OTC markets are open for trading throughout the holidays in 2005 and 2006.

  • Hedge Fund Manager, Former Broker John F. Mangan, Jr. Barred, Fined $125,000 To Resolve Charges In PIPE Shares Deal - NASD Investigation into Other Individuals, Entities Continuing

    Date 20/12/2005

    NASD announced today that John F. Mangan, Jr., a hedge fund manager formerly registered as a broker with Friedman, Billings, Ramsey & Co. (FBR) of Arlington, VA, has been permanently barred from associating with any NASD-registered firm and will pay a $125,000 fine to settle charges that he deceptively obtained shares in a PIPE transaction, improperly sold the shares short, and shared in profits from the shares without obtaining permission from FBR.

  • FTSE Indexes Adopt Industry Classification Benchmark

    Date 20/12/2005

    FTSE Group (“FTSE”), will adopt the Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) as its main classification system for companies and industries within its indexes and data products, beginning January 2, 2006. ICB is a four-tier hierarchical industry classification structure centered on a rules-based methodology for placing listed companies and securities within sectors. ICB was launched in January 2005 and the system is a partnership of Dow Jones Indexes and FTSE Group.

  • Euronext.liffe’s White Sugar Futures - Record Breaking Week

    Date 20/12/2005

    Euronext.liffe’s White Sugar futures contract registered four open interest records last week, culminating in a new all-time record of 73,199 contracts on Friday 16 December 2005.

  • Changes To Stockholm Stock Exchange’s Most Traded And ATTRACT40 Segments

    Date 20/12/2005

    The Stockholm Stock Exchange’s Most Traded and ATTRACT40 segments are to be updated as of January 1, 2006. Four new companies will be traded in the Most Traded segment of the A List. The ATTRACT40 segment of the O List will have 15 new companies, while eight companies will be removed from the segment. This is the last time these segments will be updated.