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  • Eurex Turns Over 324 Million Contracts In First Half Of 2001 - Six-Month Turnover 37 Percent Higher Than Previous Year - 53.2 Million Contracts In June - Eurex Capital Market Products World's Top Family Of Exchange-Traded Derivatives

    Date 02/07/2001

    Eurex, the world's Number One derivatives market, turned over 53.2 million contracts in June. This is almost 35 percent higher than the figure for June last year and just short of the figure for May 2001 (53.8 million contracts), the third-highest monthly total posted at Eurex to date. Turnover for the first half of the year shows a total of 324 million contracts traded, about 37 percent higher than the first six months of last year.

  • EEX Turns Over 1,415 Gwh On Integrated Spot And Futures Market In June - Continuing High Turnover In Spot Market - Stable Trading Volumes In Futures Market

    Date 02/07/2001

    The European Energy Exchange EEX released its turnover figures for the month of June on Monday: 1,415 gigawatt hours (GWh) were traded on the integrated spot and futures market. EEX is thus continuing to expand its position as the largest and most liquid electricity exchange in Continental Europe. The June total comprises 861 GWh in the spot market, and roughly 554 GWh in the futures market. The six-month total for the spot market this year is 4,356 GWh traded; some 3,346 GWh have been traded in

  • Details On Stock Exchange Of Thailand Corporatization Proposed Today

    Date 02/07/2001

    Mr. Vicharat Vichit-Vadakan, President of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), today revealed that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the SET have invited market participants organizations, including brokers, sub-brokers, listed companies, asset management companies and other related organizations to attend an Industry Hearing on SET corporatization. Previously, principles and objectives for this initiative were presented to all participants on September 22, 2000.

  • CME Volume in First Six Months Rises More Than 59 Percent To 191 Million - GLOBEX®2 Volume Increases 143 Percent

    Date 02/07/2001

    Trading volume on Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) in June rose 62.4 percent over year-ago levels to set a new June record of 33.3 million contracts. For the six months ending June 2001, CME trading volume of more than 191 million increased more than 59 percent over 2000. The underlying value of the contracts traded in June totaled $22.9 trillion, while year-to-date underlying value of trading equals $135.7 trillion.

  • CBOT June Fed Funds Settle At 96.03

    Date 02/07/2001

    The CBOT® 30-Day Federal Funds futures contract for June 2001 cash settled this morning at a final settlement price of 96.03 for an average overnight effective rate of 3.97 percent during the delivery month.

  • CBOE June Index Volume Up 86%; Exchangewide Open Interest Up 95%; iShares Set Monthly Records In June

    Date 02/07/2001

    Total index option volume for the month of June at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) rose 86%, from 3,131,470 contracts in June 2000 to 5,830,641 contracts (2,772,268 calls and 3,058,373 puts) in June 2001. Options on the Dow Jones Industrial AverageSM (DJX) led the major index gains at CBOE. DJX volume increased 165%, from 231,239 contracts in June 2000 to 612,275 contracts in June 2001. CBOE's newest product, options on the Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking StockSM (QQQ) continued to exceed vo

  • CBOE Closing Rotations

    Date 02/07/2001

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) will hold closing rotations in Nasdaq equity options beginning at 4 pm Chicago time. Broad-based indices will commence non-trading rotations after Nasdaq futures stop trading.

  • Australian Stock Exchange: No Stamp Duty On Securities

    Date 02/07/2001

    The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) welcomes today's removal of stamp duty on marketable securities, predicting a significant and positive impact on the Australian financial services industry and the broader economy.

  • 390 Billion Euros In Turnover On The German Stock Exchanges In June - Xetra Record In DAX Blue Chips

    Date 02/07/2001

    A total volume of 390 billion euros was traded on the German stock exchanges in June, compared with 386 billion euros in the previous month. The June total comprises roughly 298 billion euros in equities, warrants and exchange-traded funds, and some 92 billion euros in fixed-income securities. About 89.3 percent of the total volume traded in equities nationwide is posted through Xetra and on the trading floor of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FWB Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse).

  • The Bank Of Slovenia Abolishes Foreign Portfolio Investments Restrictions

    Date 29/06/2001

    By the decree of the Board of the Bank of Slovenia, foreign portfolio investments in long - term securities in Slovenia are going to be liberalised as of July 1, 2001. The Central Bank has abolished all restrictions and additional Central Bank's costs associated with custodian accounts for non-residents. This important move can be considered as a new direction of the Slovenian Central Bank in its efforts for further development of domestic financial market and will help Ljubljana Stock Exchange,