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  • Corporate Governance Leaders Will Meet In Toronto In June, Says TSX CEO Stymiest

    Date 02/04/2003

    "I don't see Canada as being disadvantaged if we don't follow Sarbanes Oxley," said TSX Group CEO Barbara Stymiest in a speech today to the Economic Club of Toronto. Ms. Stymiest said there must be better understanding of how much a competitive advantage Canada already enjoys on corporate governance.

  • CESR's First Initiative Towards More Robust Enforcement Of Financial Information In Europe

    Date 02/04/2003

    During the seventh meeting of CESR, held in Paris on 21 March 2003, the first CESR standard on Financial Information: Enforcement of standards on financial information in Europe (Ref.: CESR/03- 073) was approved. The standard is being published today along with a feedback statement summarising the responses received during the consultation process (Ref.: CESR/03-074).

  • CBOT®Good Friday, Easter Sunday Holiday Schedule

    Date 02/04/2003

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) has established the following Good Friday/Easter Sunday holiday trading schedule: Thursday, April 17: Open auction: Financial* contracts close at 12:00 noon. All other open auction contracts (Agricultural and Stock Index) close at their normal times.

  • CBOT<SUP><SMALL>®</SUP></SMALL>Fed Funds Options Contract Surpasses Volume And Open Interest Benchmarks

    Date 02/04/2003

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) today announced that the CBOT's Fed Funds options contract, launched March 14, 2003, is the fastest growing options contract in the history of the CBOT with total volume since inception at 61,999, surpassing the CBOT's U.S. Treasury Bond options contract, which traded 43,059 in the weeks following its launch on October 1, 1982. Open interest in the Fed Funds options contract reached 47,639 on March 31, 2003.

  • CBOT March Volume At 34,691,534, Up 41.9% From March 2002

    Date 02/04/2003

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) today announced trading volume of 34,691,534 contracts for March 2003, up 41.9% from March 2002 and up 8.3% from February 2003. Volume for the first quarter of 2003 at 95,150,584 is up 33.6% from the same period in 2002.

  • BrokerTec Futures Exchange March Volume Is Up Nearly 130 Percent Over The Same Period Last Year

    Date 02/04/2003

    BrokerTec Futures Exchange (BTEX), the nation's only fully-electronic fixed income futures exchange, announced today that March's monthly volume was up nearly 130 percent over the same period last year - 182,950 contracts traded in March 2003 compared to 79,783 contracts traded in March 2002. In addition, March's turnover was 27.7 percent higher than February 2003, when 143,275 contracts were traded. Volume year-to-date (531,621 contracts traded) increased 80.21 percent over the first three

  • Australia's Financial Services Workforce The Most Skilled In The Asia-Pacific

    Date 02/04/2003

    A new publication released today by Axiss Australia shows that Australia offers a highly skilled, multilingual and low-cost workforce for financial services that cannot be matched elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange REIT Index

    Date 01/04/2003

    Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. (TSE) has calculated and published the Tokyo Stock Exchange REIT Index from April 1, 2003, reflecting both further reinforcement of investment infrastructure for the J-REIT market, established in September 2001 on the TSE, and strong demands by users to introduce a benchmark for the market.

  • Taiwan Futures Exchange March Trading Statistics

    Date 01/04/2003

    21 trading days Average daily trading volume (futures & options): 64,157 contracts

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes in the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index

    Date 01/04/2003

    Standard & Poor's will make the following changes in the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index after the close of trading on Wednesday, April 2, 2003: Killam Properties Inc. (TSXVN:KMP) will be removed from the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index. The shares of the company will be delisted from the TSX Venture Exchange at that time. The company will graduate to the TSX to trade under the symbol "KMP" effective at the opening of trading on Thursday, April 3, 2003.