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  • CME QBI to Be Transferred To GLOBEX2 Electronic Trading System

    Date 10/04/1999

    The CME Quarterly Bankruptcy Index (QBI) contract is scheduled to be transferred to the GLOBEX®2 electronic trading system from its open outcry pit on Monday, April 19, 1999. Under the revised procedures recently approved by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, trading in the contract will be conducted under a modified trading schedule similar to a daily auction, with buy and sell orders being matched each day at 13:30 Chicago time. Prior to the daily matching process, bids and offers can

  • Cantor Exchange Activates Keyboard Access

    Date 10/04/1999

    Signaling a major milestone in the transformation of the exchange markets to the electronic arena, Cantor Exchange (CX) on April 6 activated keyboard access to the Cantor Exchange. The New Interactive Cantor Speed system is the first electronic trading system to provide simultaneous electronic access to both the U.S. Treasury cash and futures markets. Authorized traders may now execute U.S. Treasury futures on the Cantor Exchange and U.S. Treasury cash at Cantor Fitzgerald via the same electroni

  • New Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Field Pea Futures Contract

    Date 05/04/1999

    Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WCE) launched a new field pea futures contract at 09:30 on April 5. Contract months that became available for trading with the introduction of the contract include: June 1999, August 1999, October 1999, December 1999 and February 2000.

  • CBOT's March Volume At 23,401,000 Contracts

    Date 05/04/1999

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), the world's leading futures and options exchange, announced today trading volume of 23,401,000 contracts for March 1999, and 69,349,073 contracts year-to-date, up 1.8%.

  • KCBT gets approval for new contract based on Internet.com's ISDEX Internet stock index

    Date 03/04/1999

    The Kansas City Board of Trade has received government approval to trade futures and futures options based on the ISDEX index of Internet stocks. ISDEX, The Internet Stock Index created by internet.com LLC, is the leading and the oldest Internet stock index in the marketplace. The ISDEX contains 50 stocks representative of the diversity of publicly traded U.S. companies that derive revenue primarily from the Internet, including stocks from the software, hardware, content, commerce and communicat

  • IPE Volumes Smash Through Records

    Date 03/04/1999

    The volume of trade recorded at the IPE last month reached a new high, exceeding the previous record by a third. Total traded volume on the IPE reached 2,444,270 lots (almost 2.5 billion barrels), compared to the previous high of 1,831,612 lots (1.8 billion barrels) which was achieved in March 1998.

  • Eurex sets new World-wide Record in Trading Volume in March

    Date 03/04/1999

    March was a record month for the Eurex derivatives market in many respects. With a volume of 33.8 million contracts traded, Eurex exceeded the previous record of 28.25 million contracts traded in September 1998 and has set a new standard world-wide. Over 30 million contracts were traded on an options and futures exchange for the first time. The US exchange CBOT held the previous record (28.8 million contracts in September 1997). The March trading volume at Eurex is over 74 percent higher than th

  • EUR 477 Billion in Turnover on the German Stock Exchanges

    Date 03/04/1999

    A total of EUR476.67 billion in turnover was posted in equities, warrants and fixed income securities on the German stock exchanges in March. This corresponds to an increase of about 17 percent against the previous month and a decline of about of about 14 percent from the March 1998 figure.

  • CME Sets New March Volume Record

    Date 03/04/1999

    Trading volume on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange rose nearly 24 percent above the previous month's levels to record the busiest March in exchange history, with 19.6 million contracts changing hands. March volume was up nearly 5 percent compared to March 1998. Trading in equity index products set a new all-time monthly volume record for the second consecutive month, as March volume totalled 4.65 million contracts.

  • CME Announces Regular Quarterly Revision of Price Limits

    Date 03/04/1999

    Regular quarterly revision of price limits for equity index futures and options traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) become effective with the start of trading Thursday, April 1, 1999, at 08:30 (Chicago time). The trading halts, co-ordinated with the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), are pegged to a percentage decline in the market and are reset quarterly based on market prices during the preceding quarter.