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  • NYSE To Begin Trading HOLDRS, MidCap SPDR And Select Sector SPDRs

    Date 12/04/2002

    The New York Stock Exchange on Monday, April 15, will begin trading 17 HOLDRS, the MidCap SPDR and nine Select Sector SPDRs. All 27 exchange-traded fund products begin trading on the basis of unlisted trading privileges (UTP).

  • Nasdaq Proposes Improvements To Corporate Governance Standards To Benefit Investors. Strengthens Definition Of Independence For Audit Committee Directors; Requires Shareholder Approval Of Officer And Director Stock Option Plans

    Date 12/04/2002

    The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. (Nasdaq®) today announced that the executive committee of its board of directors has approved initial recommendations and ideas from the Nasdaq Listing and Hearing Review Council to enhance corporate governance standards for the companies listed on Nasdaq. These recommendations were sent today to Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Harvey Pitt in response to his letter to Nasdaq Chairman and CEO Wick Simmons and NYSE Chairman and CEO Richard Grasso on Februa

  • International Securities Exchange Announces New Chairman And Two Director Appointments - Ivers Riley Succeeds Bill Porter As Chairman

    Date 12/04/2002

    The ISE announced that at a meeting of its Board of Directors yesterday, Ivers W. Riley was elected as chairman to follow William A. Porter. Mr. Porter, who remains on the board, was ISE's first chairman and a co-founder, while Mr. Riley has served as ISE's vice-chairman since the launch of trading in May 2000. In addition, the Board appointed two new directors: James V. Harkness, chief operating officer of Wolverine Trading, L.P., and Scott Prince, managing director of Goldman, Sachs & Co.

  • CME's E-Mini S&P 500 Futures Posts Second Consecutive Volume Record. Second Biggest Volume Day for GLOBEX® Electronic Trading

    Date 12/04/2002

    Trading volume in E-mini S&P 500 futures on Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) rose to a new record for the second consecutive day yesterday, April 11, with 435,039 contracts changing hands. The record surpassed its previous single-day volume record of 417,351 contracts set on April 10.

  • CFTC Announces The Appointment Of Sandra J. Canery As Director Of The Commission's EEO Office

    Date 12/04/2002

    Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman James E. Newsome announced the appointment of Sandra J. Canery as Director of the CFTC's Office of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), effective Monday, April 15, 2002.

  • CBOT Launches Its First Co-Branded CBOT X-Fund

    Date 12/04/2002

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) today launched the exchange's first co-branded CBOT X-Fund(SM) futures contract, called Zap Futures Extreme CBOT X-Fund. ZAP Futures, a Division of Refco, specializes in professionally managed products and services.

  • BEL20® Monthly Selection List

    Date 12/04/2002

    Based upon the figures until the end of March 2002, the Market Authority of Euronext Brussels communicates the new monthly selection list. This list is valid for replacements that would occur fromTuesday 16 April up to and including Wednesday 15 May 2002 after trading hours. This list is also available on our website: www.euronext.com http://www.stockexchange.be/pd/pdc/endca01.htm)

  • American Stock Exchange Raises the Stakes On Auto-Execution for Options QQQ Up to 1,000 Contracts

    Date 12/04/2002

    The American Stock Exchange (Amex) today announced an increase in the size limit of customer orders eligible for its auto-execution system in the Nasdaq-100 Tracking Stock, the QQQ. Effective immediately, orders of up to 1,000 contracts in the QQQ options can be routed to the Amex's auto-execution system. This follows the Amex's April 4 move to increase auto-fill orders up to 250 contracts for options on stocks for Ariba (ARBA), General Electric (GE), Intel (INTC), Microsoft (MSFT), Motorola (MO

  • TSX Introduces Iceberg Order Option

    Date 11/04/2002

    TSX Markets today announced support for "Iceberg" orders, allowing traders and investors the convenience of entering complete large-size orders, while disclosing only a safe portion of the total order size. The full size of each Iceberg order can participate in all trading opportunities. Iceberg orders will be available on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Friday, April 12, 2002.

  • The Korea Futures Exchange Weekly Bulletin - April 01 To April 04, 2002

    Date 11/04/2002

    This week, the KOSDAQ50 Index futures market continued to stay on the downward track as it had during the previous week. After the surprising, albeit slight, strength during the previous week, the Korea Treasury bond futures market got back to take the downward track again this week. The USD/KRW F/X futures market continued its weakness moving in a band of KRW 1,328 to KRW 1,331.3 per USD.