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  • SWX Swiss Exchange: Revised Rules On Ad Hoc Publicity

    Date 06/01/2005

    From 1 July 2005, ad hoc publicity on the SWX Swiss Exchange will be governed by revised provisions (Art. 72 Listing Rules [LR]). The Admission Board of the SWX adopted the new rules on 30 September 2004. The purpose of the revision is to take account of the practice of the SWX and adjust some of the phraseology. Details are governed by the Ad hoc Publicity Directive (AhPD). Other details will be set out in a Commentary.

  • Statement By New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer Regarding Disclosure Of Clinical Trials And Research

    Date 06/01/2005

    Today's acknowledgment by the pharmaceutical industry that it must work towards achieving greater transparency, particularly through the complete disclosure of clinical trials data, is a positive step toward providing important and necessary information to doctors and the public.

  • Share Increase For Portugal Telecom (ADR) And Treatment Of Alcan Inc. (US) Spin-off In The S&P ADR Indices

    Date 06/01/2005

    Standard & Poor’s will make changes in the S&P ADR Indices: Portugal Telecom SGPS (ADR) (Portugal, NYSE: PT, CUSIP: 737273102, Sedol : 2696076) shares will decrease in the S&P ADR Indices by 87,799,950 shares to 1,166,485,050, effective at the close of business on Monday, January, 10, 2005. The share decrease comes at the cancellation of common shares after a company buy-back program. Alcan Inc. (US) (Canada, NYSE: AL, CUSIP: 013716121, Sedol: 2013192), a constituent of the S&P

  • Senior Management Changes Follow Completion Of Euroclear Corporate Restructuring

    Date 06/01/2005

    As a result of the recent corporate restructuring of the Euroclear group (see media release 2005-MR-01 for details), the Euroclear Board has confirmed a number of senior management appointments.

  • Saudi Stock Market Gains 85% In 2004

    Date 06/01/2005

    The TADAWUL All Share Index closed on Thursday 30 December 2004 (the last trading day for the Saudi market in 2004) at 8,206.23, up 84.93% from the year 2003. According to Abdullah Al Suweilmy, General Manager of Tadawul, the index reached its all-time peak of 8375.45 on 29 November 2004. The market capitalisation stood at SAR 1.15 trillion (USD 306.3 billion) by the end of 2004, an increase of 94.7% compared to 2003.

  • Quant Managers Lead The Pack For 2005 - Global Investor's Annual Survey Of The Global Top 100 Third Party Asset Managers

    Date 06/01/2005

    Quant managers State Street Global Advisors (SSgA) and Barclays Global Investors (BGI) have attracted the most new assets over the past 12 months, according to this year's Global Investor Top 100 Asset Managers survey. The increases propelled SSgA into first place, leap-frogging Fidelity Investments, which has come first for the last three years. BGI retained its third place ranking.

  • Program Trading Averaged 59.6 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Dec. 27-31

    Date 06/01/2005

    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 Dec. 27-31.

  • Portugal Telecom Shares Decrease In The S&P European Indices

    Date 06/01/2005

    Standard & Poor’s will make the following changes in the S&P Europe 350, S&P Euro Plus and S&P Euro indices effective the close of trading Monday, January 10, 2005: Portugal Telecom, SGPS, SA (Portugal, SEDOL: 5817186, GICS: Telecommunication Services, GICS Code: 50101020), a member of the S&P Europe 350, S&P Euro Plus and S&P Euro indices, shares will decrease to 1,166,485,050. This is following the company’s buyback, and subsequent cancellation, of ordinary shares.

  • NYSE Seat Sells For $1,015,000

    Date 06/01/2005

    A regular seat sold on the New York Stock Exchange today, Jan. 6, 2005, for $1,015,000, down $10,000 from the previous regular seat sale yesterday. Bid $1,005,000  Offer $1,150,000

  • NYSE Seat Sells for $1,000

    Date 06/01/2005

    A second regular seat sold on the New York Stock Exchange today, Jan. 6, 2005, for $1,000,000, down $15,000 from the previous regular seat sale today. Bid      $975,000 Offer $1,150,000