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  • BP New Trading Participant On EEX Spot Market - New Record Trading Volume On The Spot Market

    Date 14/03/2001

    The European Energy Exchange (EEX) has admitted BP Gas Marketing Limited as a new participant for electricity trading in the spot market. BP Gas Marketing Limited is part of the BP Amoco Group and one of the world’s largest energy-sector corporations. BP Gas Marketing Limited is trading on EEX from London and is the third company from the UK.

  • Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Continues To Set New Open Interest Records In Canola Futures And Total Futures Levels

    Date 13/03/2001

    Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WCE) continues to establish new open interest records in canola futures as well as in total futures levels.

  • The Central Bank Of Iceland Auctions Repurchase Agreements For 22,7 Billion Krónur.

    Date 13/03/2001

    The Central Bank of Iceland held a weekly auction of repurchase agreements on March 13 of the maturity of 14 days. The auction was a fixed rate one at 11.4 per cent p.a. Offers were made for a total amount of 22.7 billion krónur resulting in repurchase contracts for that amount.

  • Nasdaq To Be North American Presenting Sponsor For Sanex WTA Tour

    Date 13/03/2001

    The Nasdaq Stock Market® and the Sanex WTA Tour announced today that Nasdaq® has signed on as the North American Presenting Sponsor for the WTA Tour, effective immediately through December 31, 2001. The women’s tennis sponsorship will include net post and sideline signage at 12 Sanex WTA Tour North American events, on-site promotional activities, and player appearances. Nasdaq signage will be present at this week’s Tennis Master Series in Indian Wells, California.

  • Meeting Of The Oslo Stock Exchange Board On 13 March 2001

    Date 13/03/2001

    At a meeting held today, Tuesday 13 March 2001, the Stock Exchange Board resolved to admit SkandiaBanken AB as a member of the Oslo Stock Exchange. The Stock Exchange Board also resolved to remove shares in Swan Reefer ASA from listing, and to admit shares in Swan Reefer Inc. to listing on the SMB List. A violation charge was imposed on Namos Trafikklag ASA for breach of the duty of disclosure required by the Stock Exchange Regulations.

  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Letter To Shareholders Regarding Possible Initial Public Offering

    Date 13/03/2001

    March 13, 2001 To All Shareholders: On March 7, 2001, our Board of Directors authorized steps to proceed with a possible initial public offering of shares of Class A common stock. We anticipate that any offering would be accomplished through a firm commitment underwriting led by one or more nationally recognized investment banks and that our shares of the Class A common stock would be listed on Nasdaq or the New York Stock Exchange.

  • CBOT Members Set DJIA Volume Record At Over 47,000 Contracts March 12

    Date 13/03/2001

    The Chicago Board of Trade announced today that CBOT® members set a new DowSMJones Industrial Average (DJIASMSM) futures contract daily volume record yesterday, trading 47,221 contracts. The former DJIASMSM futures high was 40,342 contracts, set on March 16, 2000.

  • US Exemption For Australian Derivatives Exchange Debt Products

    Date 12/03/2001

    The Australian Derivatives Exchange (ADX) announced today that persons who are registered under the Commodity Exchange Act in the appropriate capacity may offer or sell ADX debt futures products.

  • Stock Exchange Of Thailand Welcomes BAFS As A Listed Company In The Energy Sector

    Date 12/03/2001

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is welcoming Bangkok Aviation Fuel Services Pcl (BAFS) to the bourse’s group of listed companies. BAFS is Thailand’s first and only aviation fuel service company licensed by the Thai government to operate and administer aviation fuel reserve system and refueling services to all flights at the Bangkok International Airport.

  • Singapore Exchange Launches STP Initiative For Singapore Market

    Date 12/03/2001

    The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has embarked on an initiative to bring the Singapore securities market and its institutional participants to a Straight-Through-Processing (STP) environment, from trade execution to final settlement. This initiative will include the development of common messaging standards to facilitate automated trade processing, thereby increasing settlement efficiency and reducing errors.