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  • HKEx: Changes Of Designated Securities For Short Selling

    Date 27/11/2001

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx), announces that with effect from Monday, 3 December 2001, 17 additional securities will be eligible for short selling and 85 existing Designated Securities will be removed from the list. The total number of Designated Securities for short selling will be 156.

  • CME To Expand Trading Hours, Implement Block Trading Of CME-Chematch Benzene, Mixed Xylenes Futures

    Date 27/11/2001

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) has announced that it will expand trading hours of CME-CheMatch benzene and mixed xylenes futures to nearly around-the-clock, from 3:00 p.m. (Central Time) to 2:15 p.m. the following business day, with a 5:30 p.m. opening on Sundays.

  • The Copenhagen Stock Exchange Launches Performance Indices From 14 December 2001

    Date 26/11/2001

    From 14 December 2001, the Copenhagen Stock Exchange will fulfil the wishes of many investors of having a great number of performance indices, which can be used as benchmark for investments in Danish shares.

  • Successful Launch Of The French Power Exchange Powernext

    Date 26/11/2001

    The first auction of the day-ahead hourly contract took place today on the organised market Powernext. Six members participated in this first trading day for delivery tomorrow on the French hub: Cargill, EDFTrading, Electrabel, Endesa, Iberdrola, TotalfinaElf. The total volume exchanged on Powernext is 996 MWh. Further ten members are finalizing the agreement procedure and should join the exchange in the coming weeks.

  • NZSE Profiles New Market

    Date 26/11/2001

    The New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZSE) today profiled its new investor market for the trading in listed interest rate securities through the launch of its new website www.debtmarket.co.nz

  • Nymex Announces Margins For Start Of Coal Futures Trading

    Date 26/11/2001

    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.

  • Newex: RAO UES Of Russia Lists In NX.PLUS On NEWEX

    Date 26/11/2001

    ADRĀ“s (American Depositary Receipts) of Unified Energy Systems of Russia will be included in the quality segment NX.plus on NEWEX (New Europe Exchange) today. Listing Agent of UES is the Moscow-based Investmentbank Region.

  • Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange: Investor Protection Measures And Extended Time Frames For Practice Note No.4/2001 Affected Listed Companies

    Date 26/11/2001

    The Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) will be introducing additional investor protection measures, including the enhancement of information to investors, in respect of listed companies that are required to regularise their financial condition.

  • IPE Appoints Complaints Commissioner

    Date 26/11/2001

    The IPE, Europe's leading energy futures and options exchange, is delighted to announce that it has appointed Dr Oonagh McDonald, C.B.E., to act as its Complaints Commissioner. Dr McDonald takes up this post on 1 December 2001 for three years.

  • Instinet Fixed Income Europe Launches eBrokerage Service In Credit Products

    Date 26/11/2001

    Instinet Group Incorporated (Nasdaq:INET), the world's largest electronic agency securities broker, today announced the expansion of Instinet Fixed Income Market's global electronic trading capability to include Credit Products in Europe.