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  • CBOT: Fed Funds Open Interest Continues To Climb

    Date 28/11/2001

    Open Interest in Fed Fund futures continues to climb, crossing over the 200,000 contract level on November 27, as continued easing of key lending rates by the Federal Reserve has led investors to the CBOT®'s Fed Funds Pit to hedge their exposure. Open Interest, a key measure of a contract's liquidity, has grown over 224% from the beginning of the year and over 305% from November of 2000. And as the Fed continues to adjust key lending rates, the position on the yield curve that the Fed Funds occu

  • CBOT Appoints New Officer

    Date 28/11/2001

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) today announced the appointment of Dominic Jankowski as a Vice President of the Exchange. Jankowski will be in charge of the CBOT®'s Project Management Office (PMO) in the Technology and Data Products (TDP) business unit.

  • Approval Of The New Rules On Public Sale Of Shares On The NSEL

    Date 28/11/2001

    On 23 November 2001, the Securities Commission of Lithuania approved The Rules on Public Sale of Shares on the National Stock Exchange of Lithuania (NSEL). The Rules shall regulate the procedure of sale of blocks of shares and privatisation of shares owned by the state (municipality) through the NSEL. The new rules will ensure a more flexible selling procedure and more simple trading procedures for the NSEL members.

  • TIFFE: Trading Starts 15 Minutes Earlier On 29 November 2001

    Date 27/11/2001

    TIFFE announced that trading for all contracts starts at 8:45am(JST) on 29 November 2001, responding to the release of a preliminary report on Indices of Industrial Production at 8:50am. Normal trading starts at 9:00am on TIFFE, but trading starts 15 minutes earlier at 8:45am on the announcement days of BOJ's TANKAN report, BOJ's Outlook and Risk Assessment of the Economy and Prices, a preliminary report on Indices of Industrial Production and a GDP figure.

  • The Nasdaq Stock Market Announces Open Short-Interest Positions

    Date 27/11/2001

    As of mid-November, short interest in 3,400 Nasdaq National Market® securities totaled 4,125,009,669 shares compared with 4,016,186,454 shares in 3,402 National Market issues for the month of October.

  • SWX: Debut Of ShaPE Capital Inc.

    Date 27/11/2001

    The shares of ShaPE Capital Inc. traded for the first time today in the segment for investment companies. The price was set on Monday evening at CHF 200. The opening price of the shares stood 1% above that level in SWX trading, representing a market capitalisation of CHF 139 million.

  • Nymex Changes Margin Rate For Central Appalachian Coal Futures Contracts

    Date 27/11/2001

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc., will lower the margins on its coal futures contract as of the close of business tomorrow to $2,000 from $3,000 for clearing members; $2,200 from $3,300 for members; and $2,700 from $4,050 for customers.

  • No CBOT Crop Report Briefing In December

    Date 27/11/2001

    Because U.S. Department of Agriculture production and supply/demand data to be released in December are expected to attract limited interest, the Chicago Board of Trade Communications Department will not be conducting its usual monthly Crop Report Briefing for the media and members in December.

  • New Montreal Location For TSE And CDNX In Spring 2002

    Date 27/11/2001

    "I have the pleasure to announce we will be moving to our new Montreal offices at 1000 Sherbrooke West in the spring of 2002," TSE President and CEO Barbara Stymiest told a business audience this evening at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Montreal. The building at 1000 Sherbrooke West is owned by Monit International Inc.

  • HKEx:Tick Rule Exemption On Index Arbitrage And Market Making Transactions

    Date 27/11/2001

    Tick Rule amendments to take effect on 3 December aim to help improve market liquidity by reducing additional risk to index arbitrageurs and market makers under extreme market conditions, ultimately benefiting all market participants.