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  • Deutsche Börse: 266 Billion Euros In Turnover Ongerman Stock Exchanges In October

    Date 01/11/2002

    Based on the aggregate turnover statistics, a total volume of 266.2 billion euros was traded on the German stock exchanges in October - about 12 percent higher than the previous month's level. The October total comprises 199.6 billion euros in equities, warrants and exchange-traded funds as well as 66.6 billion euros in fixed-income securities.

  • CFTC Commissioner Thomas J. Erickson Resigns

    Date 01/11/2002

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced today that Commissioner Thomas J. Erickson has submitted a letter of resignation, dated October 28, 2002, to President George W. Bush, effective December 1, 2002. Commissioner Erickson was sworn in as a Commissioner of the CFTC in June 1999. He was nominated by President William J. Clinton and confirmed by the Senate to a term expiring in April 2003.

  • CBOT October Fed Funds Settle At 98.245

    Date 01/11/2002

    The CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract for October 2002 was cash settled this morning at a final settlement price of 98.245, for an average overnight effective rate of 1.755 percent during the delivery month. Please refer to the attached spreadsheet for more information regarding the calculation of this settlement.

  • CBOT Fed Watch

    Date 01/11/2002

    In advance of this week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on November 6, 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.

  • CBOT Fed Watch

    Date 01/11/2002

    In advance of this week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on November 6, 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.

  • UK's Financial Services Authority: Higher Ethical Standards To Raise Trust In The City

    Date 31/10/2002

    The Financial Services Authority today publishes a Discussion Paper which examines the role of ethical values in raising trust and confidence in financial services and offers an outline framework for action to achieve higher standards in the industry.

  • UK's Financial Services Authority Acts Over Apparent Multi-Million Dollar Investment Scheme

    Date 31/10/2002

    The Financial Services Authority is alerting the public to actions it took against two firms of accountants yesterday in the High Court, London. The firms are not authorised by the FSA to undertake financial services, but FSA evidence to the court suggested that in the region of $18 million had been taken from investors in the UK for an apparent investment scheme.

  • SWX Swiss Exchange - Habsburg Holdings Ltd. - No Suspension Of Trading; No Delisting

    Date 31/10/2002

    On 1 October 2002, the SWX Swiss Exchange announced that Habsburg Holdings Ltd. had been sanctioned by issuance of a CHF 15,000.-- fine and the threat of having its shares suspended from trading or, under circumstances, delisted as a result of the company's repeated non-compliance with the duty to submit in a timely manner documentation pertaining to its annual general meeting of shareholders, as well as its failure to pay listing fees for 2000 and 2001.

  • Stock Exchange Of Thailand Re-opens Its Trading System

    Date 31/10/2002

    Regarding the error in the system that resulted in the Automated System of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (ASSET System) being unable to match trading orders as usual from 16.18 hours on Thursday 31 October 2002, the SET temporarily halted the system, but re-opened the market again at 17.22 hours.

  • Stock Exchange Of Thailand Announces Temporary Trading System Error

    Date 31/10/2002

    The Automated System of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (ASSET System) has been unavailable since 16.18 hours of Thursday 31 October 2002, due to an error in the matching system, causing the trading system to be unable to match trading orders as usual. The SET has been trying to resolve this problem so as to be able to continue normal operations, and will shortly again open the call market operation for today.