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  • SEC Approves New NASD Code Of Arbitration Procedure

    Date 24/01/2007

    NASD Dispute Resolution (NASD DR) announced today that the Securities and Exchange Commission has approved a number of improvements to the NASD Code of Arbitration Procedure, including simplifying its language and reorganizing it in a more logical, user-friendly way. These and other revisions codify best practices and provide more guidance to parties and arbitrators in the NASD DR forum.

  • Wiener Börse Strengthens IPO Campaign

    Date 24/01/2007

    Wiener Börse will address new target groups of companies to sustain record inflows of fresh capital in this business year as well. The plan was announced by the two members of the Management Board of Wiener Börse Michael Buhl and Heinrich Schaller at today’s press conference. Foreign companies with a strong focus on Eastern Europe and domestic SMEs will be campaigned for to take their companies public and thus add to the quality and number of listed companies on Wiener Börse.

  • NYSE Completes Hybrid Market Phase III Activation – Phase IV Will Bring Advanced Order Routing Choices And Even Greater Speed

    Date 24/01/2007

    The New York Stock Exchange, a subsidiary of NYSE Group, Inc. (NYSE: NYX) today announced that all immediately eligible NYSE listed-securities are now trading on Phase III of the Hybrid Market platform. This marks the completion of Phase III. Phase IV of the NYSE’s Hybrid Market implementation plan will commence on Jan. 25, 2007.

  • SEC Approves NASD Rule Changes To Revise NASD Code Of Arbitration Into Plain English And User-Friendly Format

    Date 24/01/2007

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today approved rule changes to enhance the NASD Code of Arbitration and make it more user-friendly. The Code will be replaced in its entirety by three separate codes – one for customer disputes, one for industry disputes, and one for mediations, which the Commission approved in 2005. These codes have been written in plain English and, in the case of the customer code and industry code, are organized to follow the sequential order of a typical arbitration

  • The MICEX Stock Exchange Begins To Collect Data On Ex-Pit Transactions

    Date 24/01/2007

    To receive information on ex-pit transactions, the MICEX Stock Exchange puts into operation, as of 24 January, a system of acquisition of data on ex-pit transactions, based on web services of the MICEX SE’s web site and certified means of cryptographic protection of information.

  • PLUS Markets Group Annual Statistics

    Date 24/01/2007

    Click here to download a factsheet for PLUS Markets Group, which summaries key activities and key developments for 2006 and also includes the annual statistics to year end.

  • CME And CBOT Announce Post-Merger Leadership Team

    Date 24/01/2007

    Following the October 17, 2006, announcement of their proposed merger to create the most extensive and diverse global derivatives exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: CME) and CBOT Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: BOT) today announced their post-merger leadership team contingent upon close of the merger. The companies believe they are on track to complete their merger transaction by mid 2007 and in recent weeks have achieved significant milestones, including filing a registrat

  • Two Market Veterans Join Cantor Fitzgerald’s Debt Capital Markets Team - Gina Hubbell And Ed Lascala Named To New Structured Products Group

    Date 24/01/2007

    Cantor Fitzgerald Debt Capital Markets has established a new Structured Products Group, and announced that two highly experienced structured securities professionals, Gina Hubbell and Edward LaScala, have joined the group.

  • Introduction Of Electronic Markets For NYBOT Softs Extended Additional Week To February 2 - New Start Date To Provide NYBOT Participants And Quote Vendors Additional Time To Meet Connectivity, Staffing And Training Needs

    Date 24/01/2007

    IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), the leading electronic energy marketplace and soft commodities exchange, will extend the start date of side-by-side trading at its New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) subsidiary by one additional week. The new start date of February 2 is designed to provide NYBOT participants and quote vendors with additional time to meet their connectivity, staffing and training needs.

  • ISE Stock Exchange Rolls Out S&P 1500 In Fully-Displayed Market

    Date 24/01/2007

    The International Securities Exchange (NYSE: ISE) announced today that the ISE Stock Exchange has successfully added all of the securities that comprise the S&P 1500 to its fully-displayed stock market. The ISE Stock Exchange's displayed market is integrated with its non-displayed MidPoint Match(TM) platform, providing enhanced functionality and the opportunity for continuous price improvement for trading in names that make up the S&P 500, S&P MidCap 400, and S&P SmallCap 600. Additionally, the