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  • NYSE To Extend 3 Additional Days Of Trading In ADR Of PT Tri Polyta Indonesia

    Date 17/03/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange announced today that trading in the American Depositary Receipt (ADR) of PT Tri Polyta Indonesia (the "Company") -- ticker symbol TPI-will be extended for three days in order to allow for additional time to effectuate an orderly transition to an alternate market. Trading now will be suspended prior to the opening on Thursday, March 23, 2000.

  • New SWX Volume Record

    Date 17/03/2000

    The SWX Swiss Exchange will set today an all-time volume record. By 12:00 noon, SWX had already registered turnover in excess of CHF 8 billion. The previous record of CHF 9.557 billion was set on 15 January 1999.

  • New HKFE Educational Article Explains Exchange's Risk Management System And Futures Margining Methodology

    Date 17/03/2000

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange's (HKFE) risk management system and futures margining methodology are the focus of a new educational article published today by the Exchange. The article, written by Mr Kevin Cheng, the HKFE's Head of Economic Research, and Mr Rico Leung, the HKFE Clearing Corporation's (HKCC) Chief Operations Officer, is the seventh in a series of HKFE educational articles aimed at enhancing public understanding of the futures markets and the important role they play in Hong Kon

  • CHX Welcomes Alpha Pro Tech With Listing Ceremony

    Date 17/03/2000

    The Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) officially welcomed Alpha Pro Tech, Ltd. (SYM: APT) on its trading floor this morning with a traditional ceremony to commemorate its CHX-exclusive listing.

  • SFE Sets Highest Trading Volume For The Year

    Date 16/03/2000

    The Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) experienced its busiest trading day of the year yesterday, Wednesday, 15 March, with 338,421 futures and options contracts being exchanged.

  • Program Trading Averaged 16.3 Percent Of NYSE Volume During Mar. 6-10

    Date 16/03/2000

    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 Mar. 6-10. The data indicated that during Mar. 6-10, program trading amounted to 16.3 percent of NYSE average daily volume of 1,163.9 million shares, or 189.4 million shares a day.

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange RSS3 Futures And Rubber Index Futures Weekly Report

    Date 16/03/2000

    On March 6, the distant month of OME RSS3 Futures opened the week and fell to 79.60 yen by losing more than the half of the recent gain, which is said to be the support at downside. Later, the other contract months followed suit and eased slightly on long-liquidation and selling by bears. On March 8, amid the yen's strength, the distant month fell below the previous support level to 76.20 yen on stop loss selling due to the increase in Japanese rubber stocks as of February 29 over the 50,000

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange Aluminium Futures Weekly Report

    Date 16/03/2000

    On March 6, OME Aluminium Futures opened slightly easier or unchanged as subdued LME Aluminium Futures and the currency market did not help the market to dissipate the feeling of uncertainty. Distant January contract opened at 173.0 yen, down 0.7 yen from the last Friday's close. On March 8, distant January contract sank to 170.2 yen on hurried long-liquidation as the yen soared up to the 106 yen level amid the easier tone in LME Aluminium.

  • New York Stock Exchange Launches NYSE Common Access Point - A Next-Generation Extranet Providing Direct TCP/IP Access To An Array Of NYSE Electronic Information And Order Execution Services

    Date 16/03/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange announced today that it has launched the NYSE Common Access Point (NYSE CAP), a next-generation extranet that serves as a universal bridge between the NYSE's business services and the networks of our customers. NYSE CAP has been designed using state-of-the-art technology to provide high-speed, high-capacity, low-latency access to services while maintaining the highest levels of security and reliability, which are the trademarks of the NYSE.

  • New York Stock Exchange Announces 1999 Financial Results

    Date 16/03/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange reported revenue of $735.5 million and net income of $75.2 million in 1999, compared with revenue of $728.7 million and net income of $101.3 million in 1998. The Exchange also reported income before interest, depreciation and income taxes for 1999 of $164.0 million, compared to $216.4 million for 1998.