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  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange: Second Board Securities And New IPO To Trade In Board Lots Of 100 Units Beginning 7 April 2003

    Date 27/03/2003

    Securities listed on the Second Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) and all new Initial Public Offers (IPO) will be traded in standard board lots of 100 units with effect from Monday, 7 April 2003.

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Sector Update

    Date 27/03/2003

    The Index Sub-Committee of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) has decided to update the classification of sector for Asian Pac Holdings Berhad ("ASIAPAC") to come into effect on Monday, 31 March 2003.

  • Jackson M. Day, Acting Chief Accountant, To Leave SEC

    Date 27/03/2003

    The Securities and Exchange Commission announced today that Jackson M. Day, the Commission's Acting Chief Accountant, will be returning to the private sector. Day came to the Commission in September 2000 as Deputy Chief Accountant and was named the Acting Chief Accountant in November 2002. During his tenure, he has participated in running the day-to-day operations of the office, the resolution of accounting, auditing and independence issues, rulemaking projects, and domestic and international pr

  • ICEX News And Views - Market Survey 2003

    Date 27/03/2003

    A survey among investors and the public on attitudes towards ICEX, a contract with a supplier of IT services, the new ICEX Board and an upcoming SAXESS training course is introduced in this issue.

  • Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing Houses Completed Rule Amendments In Anticipation Of The Taking Effect Of The SFO

    Date 27/03/2003

    The exchanges and clearing houses, wholly owned subsidiaries of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, have circulated the amendments to their respective rules and procedures made in anticipation of the taking effect of the Securities and Futures Ordinance and to facilitate the business operations of Stock Exchange Participants. These amendments had been approved by the Securities and Futures Commission and will become effective on 1 April 2003.

  • Deutsche Börse Targets Further Growth Again In 2003 - EBIT Projected At 440 To 460 Million Euros - Higher Dividend Expected Again In 2003

    Date 27/03/2003

    Deutsche Börse AG wants to grow further in 2003 as well, Chief Financial Officer Mathias Hlubek told journalists in Frankfurt on Thursday at the presentation of the company's annual financial statements for the year 2002. Hlubek said the company expects earnings before interest and taxes in 2003 at 440 to 460 million euros. The dividend for 2003 could be increased again by more than 20 percent if expectations for the company's growth are met, Hlubek said.

  • CBOT President And CEO Dan's Remarks To The National Grain And Feed Association

    Date 27/03/2003

              GOOD MORNING.  ON BEHALF OF THE MEMBERS OF THE CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE, IT IS AN HONOR FOR ME TO BE HERE TODAY, AND I WANT TO THANK KENDALL KEITH FOR EXTENDING THE INVITATION.  I WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW THAT OUR EXCHANGE APPRECIATES THE BUSINESS THE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GRAIN AND FEED ASSOCIATION BRING TO OUR MARKETS, AND FOR THAT I THANK YOU.

  • CBOE BuyWrite Monthly Index (BXM) Is Licensed To Rampart Investment Management

    Date 27/03/2003

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange, Incorporated (CBOE) today announced it has entered into a license agreement giving Boston-based Rampart Investment Management, Inc. the right to use the CBOE BuyWrite Monthly Index (BXM) as the strategic basis for a new options investment vehicle.

  • Vladislav Streltsov Elected Chairman Of Association Of Futures Markets (AFM)

    Date 26/03/2003

    Vladislav Streltsov, Acting President of the RTS Stock Exchange, was unanimously elected Chairman of the Association of Futures Markets (AFM) at the General Assembly of the organization held during an AFM annual international conference in Moscow.

  • UK's Financial Services Authority Publishes Update On Regulation Of Hedge Funds

    Date 26/03/2003

    The FSA will not be relaxing the rules governing the marketing of hedge funds to retail investors it announced today in its Feedback Statement on Hedge Funds as it believes the current regime provides the right balance of consumer protection and access. The feedback showed that there was neither a great desire to provide and sell hedge funds to retail customers nor significant demand from these investors for access to such products. Respo