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  • Nymex To Lower Natural Gas Margins

    Date 02/03/2001

    The New York Mercantile Exchange will lower the margins at the close of business today on its Henry Hub natural gas futures contracts to $4,500 for clearing members from $6,000 for the April 2001 contract and $5,000 for all other months; to $4,950 for members from $6,600 for April 2001 and $5,500 for all other months; and to $6,075 for customers from $8,100 for April 2001 and $6,750 for all other months. <

  • Nasdaq Explains Monday’s Trading Activity In Axcelis Technologies

    Date 02/03/2001

    The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. (Nasdaq®), is providing clarification of the market circumstances surrounding the trading activity of Axcelis Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq symbol: ACLS) on Monday, February 26, 2001. On that date, shortly after 10 a.m., Eastern Time (ET), Axcelis began trading from $10 to as high as $93 per share, all within a time frame of approximately 15 minutes. Nasdaq immediately contacted Axcelis Technologies to determine if there was any company-related explanation for the activ

  • International Securities Exchange Listing QQQ Options On March 5

    Date 02/03/2001

    The International Securities Exchange (ISE) announced today that on Monday, March 5 it will list options on the Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking Stock sm . This product represents ownership in the Nasdaq-100 Trust sm , a long-term unit investment trust established to accumulate and hold a portfolio of the equity securities that comprise the Nasdaq-100 Index Ò.

  • HEX Group Results For The Financial Year 2000

    Date 02/03/2001

    The revenues of HEX Group increased by 43.8 per cent and totalled 74.8 million euro (52.0 mill. euro). The expenses were 44.0 million euro (35.6 mill. euro). The operating profit of the Group was 30.7 million euro (16.4 mill. euro) showing an increase of 87.9 per cent over the previous year. Profit before extraordinary items and taxes amounted to 32.4 million euro (18.9 mill. euro) and net profit 23.0 million euro (13.6 mill. euro). Capital investments totalling 9.2 million euro (7.5 mill.

  • Value Of LIFFE's February Trading Up 28% Year On Year

    Date 02/03/2001

    The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) traded an average daily nominal value of £313 billion (?494 billion) and a total value of £6,260 billion (?9,890 billion) in February 2001, up 28% on February 2000.

  • CBOT: Fed Funds Settle At 94.505

    Date 01/03/2001

    The 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract for February settled March 1 at a price of 94.505 for an effective average overnight rate of 5.495 percent during the delivery month.

  • Annual Reweighting Of The AEX-Index And Amsterdam Midkap Index

    Date 01/03/2001

    BeUnder the rules of the AEX-index (AEX) and the Amsterdam Midkap index (AMX), both indices are reweighted annually on the first tradingday of March. On the basis of this reweighting, the following changes are made to the indices.

  • Program Trading Averaged 27.6 Percent of NYSE Volume During Feb. 20-Feb. 23, 2001

    Date 01/03/2001

    The New York Stock Exchange today released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for Feb. 20-Feb. 23, 2001.

  • Eurex Turns Over 102 Million Contracts In January and February - Second-Highest Turnover On Monthly Basis: Over 48.9 Million Contracts In February - New Record Results In Options On Nokia, Philips And Dow Jones Euro-STOXX

    Date 01/03/2001

    In February, Eurex, the international derivatives market, posted its second-highest monthly volume to date: With 48.9 million contracts traded, the world market leader again surpassed all expectations, even in the short month of February. Compared with February 2000, Eurex volume for the month grew by more than 25 percent. Eurex is thus continuing into the new year on the extremely positive trend in trading volume set in January: More than 100 million contracts have already changed hands at the

  • CME Volume Rises 41 Percent in February, Averaging 1.4 Million Contracts Daily - GLOBEX®2 Volume Up 119 Percent

    Date 01/03/2001

    Monthly trading volume on Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) in February rose 41 percent, averaging 1.4 million contracts daily and marking the busiest February in CME history. Total volume reached 26.7 million contracts, an increase of more than 41 percent above year-ago levels. February’s volume represented $19.1 trillion in underlying value of trading. Year-to-date, CME volume rose 58 percent to 58.4 million contracts.