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  • CBOE QQQ Options Volume Sets New High

    Date 08/03/2001

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) today announced that reported volume in QQQ options on Wednesday, March 7 was 154,565 contracts (141,172 calls and 13,393 puts) traded.

  • Toronto Stock Exchange Receives Regulatory Approval For Canadian eVWAP (tm)

    Date 07/03/2001

    The Ashton Technology Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASTN) reported today that the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) has approved amendments to the Rules and Policies of the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE) to implement Ashton's eVWAP ™ (electronic volume weighted average price) trading system as a facility of the TSE. The Canadian system will be operated by Ashton's subsidiary, Ashton Technology Canada, Inc.

  • The Danish Equity Market Switches To New Up-To-Date Industry Classification

    Date 07/03/2001

    On 15 June 2001, the Copenhagen Stock Exchange will adopt a new industryclassification of the Danish equity market. The listed companies will be classified according to 'the Global Industry Classification Standard', the so-called GICS model developed by Morgan Stanley Capital International and Standard & Poor's.

  • Stock Exchange of Thailand Announces Listed Company Profit Increases

    Date 07/03/2001

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand today released its report of remarkably improved listed company operational results for the year 2000. Worthy of note is that operational results for listed companies in the Production and Services Sector increased by 408%. The top five sectors with the highest net profits are Electronic Components, Electrical Products, Pulp and Paper, Energy and Communications. The Banking sector reported a total net loss, down by 97%, while the Finance and Securities sector enj

  • SGX Derivatives Trading Volume Increased 14% In February - Strong Growth In SGD Interest Rate Futures And Euroyen Libor Futures

    Date 07/03/2001

    Singapore Exchange Derivatives Trading (SGX-DT) posted a 13.8% growth in February 2001 with a trading volume of 2,293,679 contracts, compared to 2,016,239 contracts traded in February 2000.

  • MEFF Authorised To Exercise An Activity As Foreign Stock Exchange In

    Date 07/03/2001

    The financial regulatory authority in Switzerland, SFBC (Swiss Federal Banking Commission), has authorized MEFF, on February 21, 2001, to exercise an activity as foreign exchange in Switzerland.

  • Market Stability Reflected In FTSE 100 Regular Reshuffle

    Date 07/03/2001

    FTSE, the international index provider, confirms that Autonomy Corporation plc and Exel plc will be deleted from the FTSE 100 index, while Sema plc and Scottish and Newcastle plc will be added. The stock changes were approved today at a regular quarterly review by the independent practitioner Committee and will be applied at close of business on Friday 16 March 2001.

  • HKEx Welcomes Reduced Stamp Duty

    Date 07/03/2001

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) welcomes the government's proposal to reduce stamp duty and believes it will increase the competitiveness of the Hong Kong securities market.

  • Euronext Paris derivatives markets Trading and open interest rise in February

    Date 07/03/2001

    Trading on Paris derivatives markets rose 2% from January to February, with over 22 million contracts (22,031,996) changing hands. Open interest climbed a steep 21% to total 39,243,337 lots at the end of the month.

  • Euronext Amsterdam: Good Month For Bond Trading

    Date 07/03/2001

    February was a particularly good month for bond trading at Euronext Amsterdam's stock market. Turnover in bonds was up 12% on the same month last year, representing an increase of 23.4% for the first two months of 2001. So far this year, total turnover at the stock market has exceeded ? 385 billion (counting both sides of transactions), a rise of 9.3% compared to the first two months of 2000. Almost ? 163 billion (counting both sides of transactions) in shares and bonds was traded, representing