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  • Phlx Delisting Options On National Over-The-Counter

    Date 27/02/2001

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange has decided to delist options on the National Over-the- Counter Index (“XOC”). Therefore no additional series will be listed for trading and transactions on existing series will be restricted to closing only beginning Tuesday, February 27, 2001.

  • Minneapolis Grain Exchange And DTN Announce Licensing Agreement.

    Date 27/02/2001

    The Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX) announced today it has entered into a licensing agreement with Data Transmission Network Corporation (DTN) of Omaha, Nebraska, and will develop cash-settled futures contracts using DTN data.

  • Joseph C. Lombard, Senior Counsel To Former Chairman Arthur Levitt, To Leave Securities And Exchange Commission

    Date 27/02/2001

    Joseph C. Lombard, Senior Counsel to former Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt for market regulation, will leave the Commission to join Archipelago, LLC as Executive Vice President. He will be based in Washington, DC, where Archipelago will establish an office later this year.

  • HEX And Tallinn Stock Exchange Enter Into Strategic Co-operation

    Date 27/02/2001

    HEX Group (HEX) of Finland and Tallinn Stock Exchange (TSE) of Estonia are entering into strategic co-operation, which will include ownership as well as operational aspects. The aim of the co-operation is to build a well-functioning securities market in Estonia and to significantly increase the visibility of Estonian companies and liquidity in the trading of their shares.

  • Euronext - Trading Mid And Small Caps

    Date 27/02/2001

    In November 2000, Euronext Amsterdam published a consultation document entitled Trading Mid & Small Caps, which looked at the way shares in medium-sized and small companies would be traded following the introduction of the Euronext trading system. Market participants were asked to respond to the document. All the responses have now been received and taken into consideration, resulting in a final document entitled Euronext - trading shares in small and medium-sized companies.

  • CBOE QQQ Options Volume Exceeds Expectations

    Date 27/02/2001

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) today reported volume in QQQ options was 71,572 contracts (43,747 calls and 27,825 puts), making it the second most actively traded index option at CBOE. The QQQ represents options on the Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking StockSM and was listed for trading on the CBOE today.

  • OM Stockholm Exchange Extends Trading Hours To 20.00 CET

    Date 26/02/2001

    Today the OM Stockholm Exchange extends the ordinary trading day by 2½ hours to 20.00 (CET). The extension comprises all equities and Swedish stock derivatives. The ordinary trading hours are now 09.30 to 20.00 all days, except holidays and days preceding holidays.

  • London Stock Exchange: Successful Launch Of World Class Central Counterparty

    Date 26/02/2001

    London Clearing House (LCH), the London Stock Exchange and CRESTCo today launched the Central Counterparty (CCP) service for the London Stock Exchange's electronic order book (SETS).

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Monthly Statistical Report January 2001

    Date 26/02/2001

    Turnover In January 2001 the total turnover on all market segments of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange amounted to SIT 33.27 billion, which was 37% lower than in December 2000 and 60% over the January 2000 figure.

  • Highest Monthly Trade Volume In WCE's 114-Year History Guaranteed

    Date 26/02/2001

    Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WCE) has established that February 2001 will have the highest monthly trade volume recorded in its 114-year history.