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  • NASDAQ To Maintain Corporate Headquarters In Lower Manhattan

    Date 08/01/2003

    NASDAQ today announced plans to maintain its corporate headquarters at One Liberty Plaza in Lower Manhattan, citing adjustments in the New York real estate market.

  • International Securities Exchange Enhanced Foundation Of Innovation and Leadership in 2002 - Poised to Increase Competition, Trading Experience In 2003

    Date 08/01/2003

    The International Securities Exchange (ISE) significantly expanded its foundation of innovation and leadership in the US securities market during 2002, the second full year of operations for the nation's only fully-electronic options exchange.

  • CBOT/MidAm M.L. King, Jr., Holiday Trading Schedule

    Date 08/01/2003

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and the MidAmerica Commodity Exchange (MidAm) have established the following trading schedules in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day:

  • CBOT Dec. 2002 Fed Funds Settle At 98.762

    Date 08/01/2003

    The CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract for December 2002 was cash settled January 2, 2003, at a final settlement price of 98.762, for an average overnight effective rate of 1.238 percent during the delivery month.

  • BrokerTec Futures Exchange - Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

    Date 08/01/2003

    BrokerTec Futures Exchange (BTEX) will close for trading of all futures contracts on Friday, January 17, 2003 at 1:30 p.m. (New York time). BTEX will remain closed on Monday, January 20, 2003, and will reopen for trading at 2:00 a.m. (New York time) on Tuesday, January 21, 2003.

  • BrokerTec Futures Exchange - Five-Year U.S. Treasury Note Contract Specification - Minimum Tick Size Change

    Date 08/01/2003

    The Board of Directors at its December meeting approved a decrease in the minimum tick size on the five-year Treasury note contract from ½ of 1/32nd of a point (or $15.625 rounded up to the nearest 1 cent per contract) to ¼ of 1/32nd of a point (or $7.813 rounded to the nearest 1 cent per contract). The amended Rule 302 (c) reads as follows:

  • Borsa Italiana Spa Celebrates Five Years

    Date 08/01/2003

    Five years ago, on 2 January 1998, Borsa Italiana Spa, the company responsible for the organisation and management of the financial markets and created as a result of privatisation of the Stock Exchange Board by the Ministry of Finance, started operating as a manager of the regulated equity, bond and derivative markets.

  • Borsa Italiana Monthly Key Figures - December 2002

    Date 08/01/2003

    Turnover for December was EUR 47,803.4 million. This compares to EUR 61,830.4 million in November. Domestic turnover in December was EUR 40,386.1 million, foreign 6,258.8 million, Nuovo Mercato, Domestic, EUR 1,134.1 million, Nuovo Mercato, Foreign, EUR 3.7 million and on the Ristretto market EUR 20.7 million. Turnover for the year 2002 was EUR 633,659.4

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Western Barley Values Above Year Ago Levels Despite Recent Declines

    Date 07/01/2003

    WCE nearby western barley futures closed the month at $179.20/tonne, the lowest nearby settlement price observed since the start of the 2002/03 crop year and down from the high of $204.40/tonne observed at the end of October. Despite the recent down-trend, barley prices remain well above the levels experienced in either of the previous two crop years.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Canola And Western Barley Futures Volume Higher Compared To Year Ago Totals

    Date 07/01/2003

    Activity in WCE canola futures pit trade was higher for the month of December, up 6.6% to 157,576 contracts, compared to the 147,777 contracts traded in December 2001. However, both crop and calendar year-to-date volumes continue to lag year ago levels, down 9.9% and 24.0% respectively. Open interest in canola futures as of December 31, 2002 was 51,307 contracts, 13.6% below the 59,391 contracts open on December 31, 2001.