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  • Chicago Board Of Trade To Observe Four Separate Moments Of Silence To Commemorate September 11, 2001 - Ag Markets To Open At 9:31 a.m.

    Date 10/09/2003

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) announced today that it will observe four separate one-minute periods of silence in memory of the victims of the September 11, 2001, events that occurred in New York, Washington D.C. and in Pennsylvania.

  • CBOT Fed Watch: September 2003

    Date 10/09/2003

    In advance of next week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on September 16, 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 market.

  • CBOT Fed Watch: September 2003

    Date 10/09/2003

    In advance of next week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting on September 16, 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 market.

  • CBOE To Commemorate September 11th

    Date 10/09/2003

    On Thursday, September 11, the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) will observe four separate minutes of silence in tribute to those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

  • Bell Ringing Ceremony To Commemorate September 11th Tragedies At The Chicago Stock Exchange

    Date 10/09/2003

    Lieutenant Colonel Huston, current Inspector-Instructor, 2nd Battalion, 24th Marines in Chicago, IL, will join executives from the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) to ring the opening bell in remembrance of the September 11th, 2001 tragedies. Lieutenant Colonel Huston is responsible for training, maintaining, and deploying the region's Marine reserves

  • American Stock Exchange Announces Two Additions To The Senior Management Team

    Date 10/09/2003

    The American Stock Exchange (Amex) announced today that David Harris has been appointed Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning and Anthony Opiatowski has been appointed Vice President of Project Advisory Services.

  • Sydney Futures Exchange: Equities Update August 2003

    Date 09/09/2003

    Please click here to view the Sydney Futures Exchange Equities Update for August 2003.

  • Statement Of SEC Spokesman - New York Stock Exchange

    Date 09/09/2003

    At 4:45 p.m. today, the Commission received information from the New York Stock Exchange sent in response to a September 2, 2003, letter from SEC Chairman William H. Donaldson to H. Carl McCall, Chairman of both the NYSE Human Resources and Compensation Committee and the Special Committee on Governance. The September 2nd letter requested information about the NYSE's governance structure and procedures related to the compensation package announced on August 28, 2003 for NYSE Chairman and Chief Ex

  • SEC Files Regulation FD Charges Against Schering-Plough Corporation And Its Former Chief Executive - Company Agrees To Pay $1 Million Penalty - Former Chief Executive Agrees To Pay $50,000 Penalty

    Date 09/09/2003

    The Securities and Exchange Commission today filed a complaint in federal court and issued a related administrative order charging Schering-Plough Corporation, a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Kenilworth, New Jersey, with violating the disclosure requirements of Regulation FD and Section 13(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. In settling the charges, Schering agreed to pay a $1 million civil penalty and to cease and desist from committing such violations in the future. In the adm

  • Response To SEC Regarding NYSE Chairman Richard A. Grasso Contract And Compensation

    Date 09/09/2003

    Please click here to view the response to the SEC Regarding NYSE Chairman Richard A. Grasso contract and compensation.