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  • HKFE Sets Margin Rates For Mini-HSI Futures And Margin Offset between Mini-HSI Futures And HSI Futures

    Date 03/10/2000

    Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, announced today (Tuesday) that margin rates for the Mini-Hang Seng Index (Mini-HSI) Futures contract will be one-fifth of the margin rates for the Hang Seng Index (HSI) Futures contract. HKFE also said it would allow a hundred per cent margin offset between Mini-HSI Futures contracts and HSI Futures contracts at a ratio of 5 to 1.

  • irasia.com Opens Singapore Office

    Date 03/10/2000

    irasia.com, the world’s leading online platform providing Investor Relations (IR) information on Asian listed companies, today announced the opening of its new Singapore office.

  • Euronext Disseminates Its First Indices: Euronext 100 And Next 150

    Date 03/10/2000

    EURONEXT, the first European exchange, disseminates its first indices, EURONEXT 100 and NEXT 150.

  • CBOE's Record Year For Volume Continues In September

    Date 03/10/2000

    Trading volume at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), the world's largest options exchange, continued to surpass record levels established last year as 24,499,014 options contracts (15,483,740 calls and 9,015,274 puts) traded in September, an 11% increase over the year ago September volume of 22,117,972 contracts. Open interest in all CBOE listed options stood at 50,387,103 contracts at month's end, 45% higher than the close of September last year when open interest stood at 34,698,022 co

  • CBOT September Volume 16.6 Million - a/c/e 1st Month Trade 2 Million

    Date 03/10/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade trading volume for September 2000 was 16,632,375 contracts. The new a/c/e electronic trading platform completed its first month with volume at 2,005,061 contracts, and average daily volume of 100,253.

  • The Central Bank Of Iceland Auctions Repurchase Agreements For 19 Billion Krónur

    Date 03/10/2000

    The Central Bank of Iceland held a weekly auction of repurchase agreements on October 3 of the standard maturity of 14 days. The auction was a fixed rate one at 10.6 per cent p.a. Offers were made for a total amount of 19 billion krónur resulting in repurchase contracts for that amount.

  • Tamedia AG Opens At Issue Price

    Date 03/10/2000

    The shares of Tamedia AG, a media group, were traded today for the first time on the SWX Swiss Exchange. The offering price was set Sunday night at CHF 260. At the start of trading on SWX, the stock also stood at CHF 260, representing a total market capitalization for the company of CHF 2,6 billion. According to the offering prospectus, of the 10'000'000 in the Commercial Register registered shares, 2'000'000, or 20% of the company's outstanding stock, were offered to the public. Should the und

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Sets Daily Trading Volume Record Levels In Canola Futures

    Date 03/10/2000

    Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WCE) established a new daily pit trading volume record in the November canola futures contract on October 2, 2000 at 10,079 contracts. The previous record for daily trading volume in a single contract month for canola was 9,739 contracts set on October 1, 1998.

  • KFX-Index Set An All-time High, Supported By The Merger Of Danske Bank And RealDanmark

    Date 02/10/2000

    The merger between Danske Bank and RealDanmark was one of the reasons for the all-time record today in the KFX-Index. The index closed the day at 346.41 – 3.4 % higher than yesterday. The last KFX-Index record was September 5th 2000 at 342.47.

  • Corus Bankshares, Inc. To Join Nasdaq Financial-100 Index Beginning October 9, 2000

    Date 02/10/2000

    Corus Bankshares, Inc. (Nasdaq: CORS), of Chicago, Illinois, will become a component of the Nasdaq Financial-100 Index(r), effective at the beginning of trading Monday, October 9, 2000. Corus Bankshares, Inc., will replace Keystone Financial, Inc. (Nasdaq: KSTN), which is being acquired.