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  • Boston Stock Exchange Announces Management Changes - Kenneth R. Leibler To Become Chairman And CEO; William G. Morton, Jr. To Serve As Senior Advisor; Transition Effective March, 2001

    Date 03/11/2000

    The Boston Stock Exchange (BSE) has announced that William G. Morton, Jr., the longest serving stock exchange chief executive in the country, will step down as Chairman and CEO on March 30, 2001, after 16 years of service. Mr. Morton will be succeeded by Kenneth R. Leibler, former President and CEO of Liberty Financial Companies and past President of the American Stock Exchange. Mr. Morton will be named Chairman Emeritus and continue to serve the Exchange as a senior advisor.

  • Amex To Trade Options On Three Securities

    Date 03/11/2000

    The American Stock Exchange will launch trading in options on the Nasdaq National Market-listed stocks on Thursday, November 9, 2000: INAMED Corporation (Options Symbol: UZI / Stock Symbol: IMDC) IXYS Corporation (Options Symbol: USX / Stock Symbol: SYXI) SeaChange International, Inc. (Options Symbol: UEG/ Stock Symbol: SEAC)

  • Amex to Trade Options On Orchid Biosciences And Wireless HOLDRS SM Trust.

    Date 03/11/2000

    The American Stock Exchange will launch trading in options on the Nasdaq National Market-listed stock of Orchid Biosciences (Option Symbol :UOH/ Stock Symbol: ORCH) and the Amex-listed stock Wireless HOLDRS SM Trust (Symbol: WMH) on Wednesday, November 8, 2000.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Holds 113th Annual General Meeting

    Date 02/11/2000

    The membership of Winnipeg Commodity Exchange elected its new Board of Governors at the 113th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on November 1, 2000.

  • Update In KLSE Syariah Index Components

    Date 02/11/2000

    The Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) is updating the component stocks of the KLSE Syariah Index (KLSE SI) in line with the revised list of approved securities issued by the Syariah Advisory Council of the Securities Commission on Friday, 27 October 2000.

  • Stock Exchange of Thailand Announces New Calculation Method for Market Capitalization To Begin November 6, 2000

    Date 02/11/2000

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand has revised the calculation method for determining total market capitalization, taking derivative warrants and unit trusts out of the calculation, in order to reflect the wealth of all listed securities more accurately and to be more completely in accordance with international standards. This new method will be effective from November 6, 2000 onwards.

  • Program Trading Averaged 21.9 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Oct. 23-27

    Date 02/11/2000

    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 Oct. 23-27.

  • OM Technology’s SAXESS System Chosen By Yet Another Exchange

    Date 02/11/2000

    The Stock Exchange Council of the Oslo Stock Exchange has yesterday approved the agreement between OM Technology and the Oslo Stock Exchange for the delivery of OM Technology’s SAXESS system for equity trading. Trading on the SAXESS system on the Oslo Stock Exchange will commence in the fourth quarter of 2001. The order is worth over SEK 120 million and includes delivery, support and operation for five years.

  • Olso Stock Exchange: A turbulent October

    Date 02/11/2000

    October was a turbulent month on world stockmarkets, pretty much as usual. This year October can safely be split down the middle - the first half representing the downside and the second half bringing a number of advances. Here in Norway the Oslo all-share index fell 0.8 %, primarily as a result of declines for several oil-related shares. Internationally it went both ways - mostly down.

  • FSA Grants Jiway Recognised Investment Exchange (RIE) Status

    Date 02/11/2000

    The Financial Services Authority (FSA) yesterday announced the approval of Jiway as a Recognised Investment Exchange (RIE) in the UK. This means that Jiway will be a regulated and transparent marketplace for retail brokers and their clients when trading commences on 17 November, 2000. Jiway is 60 per cent. owned by OM and 40 per cent. owned by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and will be the eighth RIE in the UK.