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  • Nymex Increases Margins For Coal And Propane Futures Contracts

    Date 23/01/2004

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., will increase the margins for its Central Appalachian coal and propane futures contracts at the close of business on Monday.

  • New York Board Of Trade® To Launch Four New "Small" Currency Pairs

    Date 23/01/2004

    The New York Board of Trade® (NYBOT®) announced today that on Friday, February 13, 2004, it will be launching four new currency-paired futures contracts on its FINEX® Division. The new contracts, which are smaller versions of existing currency products at NYBOT, are the Small U.S. dollar-Canadian dollar, the Small U.S. dollar-Japanese yen, the Small U.S. dollar-Swiss franc, and the small British pound-U.S. dollar contracts.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Annual Statistical Report 2003

    Date 23/01/2004

    Turnover The turnover on all market segments of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE) in 2003 totalled SIT 340.24 billion, which was SIT 140.8 billion, or 29.3%, less than in 2002. The level of the 2003 turnover thus matched that of 2001. January and December were the most prominent months in 2003 with regard to the turnover; in December it amounted to SIT 42.2 billion, and in January SIT 41.5 billion. On the whole, the turnover was considerably higher in the second half of the year (

  • FTSE: First China A Share Tradeable Index Launched

    Date 23/01/2004

    FTSE/Xinhua (FXI) has launched the FXI A50 Index. It is a tradeable real-time index comprising the top 50 China A Share Companies. The new index joins the successful FTSE/Xinhua Index Series, which is already recognised by investors globally as the definitive measure of the China market.

  • CBOT Initial 2004/05 Corn & Soybean Planting Ideas

    Date 23/01/2004

    The USDA's recent reductions in final crop sizes reignited trade talk about U.S. 2004/05 planting intentions. The last season's good corn/poor soybean yields and increasing South American soy competition has fueled the popular idea of a 3- to 4-million rise in corn acres this year. However, the current bean/corn price relationship, the high cost of corn inputs (nitrogen & fuel) and the dry conditions of western areas (soybeans are traditionally a better drought performer vs. corn) seem to counte

  • CBOT Fed Watch - January 2004

    Date 23/01/2004

    In advance of next week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on January 28, the Chicago Board of Trade will be reporting daily rate change probabilities in the FOMC's federal funds target rate, as indicated by the CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract. The CBOT 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract is a key benchmark interest rate barometer that reflects the forward overnight effective rate for excess reserves that are traded among commercial banks in the U.S. federal funds mark

  • Basic Terms Of REPO Transactions In Government Securities, Conducted On MICEX, Adopted As A Standard For The Self-Regulating Organization "The National Stock Association".

    Date 23/01/2004

    The meeting of the Council of the National Stock Association adopted 22 January 2004 "The Basic Terms of Concluding and Executing REPO Transactions in the RF Government Securities in the Organized Securities Market" as NSA's standard of conducting REPO operations. The draft document, prepared by international law firm "Hammonds, Zhigachyov, Khristoforov", was discussed by experts from the Bank of Russia, the MICEX and the NSA, as well as leading dealers in the government securities market.

  • Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange Trading Starts 15 Minutes Earlier On 29 January 2004

    Date 22/01/2004

    TIFFE announced the temporary change of trading hours for all contracts on 29 January 2004, responding to the release of a preliminary report on Indices of Industrial Production at 8:50am.

  • Stock Exchange Of Thailand Creates The Capital Market Education Division To Help Build A Greater Understanding Of Finance And Investment Amongst All Target Groups

    Date 22/01/2004

    The President of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) disclosed that the SET has reorganized itself into six divisions specifically the Capital Market Opportunity Center (CMOC) and the Market for Alternative Investment (MAI), the Capital Market Education Division, the Information Technology Division, the Market Regulation Division, the Corporate Operations Division, and the Research and Information Division. The reshuffle has been undertaken to keep the operation in line with the SET's vision th

  • Program Trading Averaged 40.9 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Jan. 12-16

    Date 22/01/2004

    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 Jan. 12-16.