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  • Eurex Has New Stock Options On German And Swiss Blue Chips - Options On Deutsche Post World Net, MLP, Julius Baer, Kudelski, Richemont, Serono And Unaxis

    Date 14/11/2000

    Eurex, the international derivatives market, is launching seven new stock options on November 20, namely on the two German companies, Deutsche Post World Net, which will be listed on the exchange as of that date, and MLP, as well as the five Swiss blue chips Julius Baer, Kudelski, Richemont, Serono and Unaxis. At the end of October, Eurex had already announced the initiation of trading in eight French stock options on November 20.

  • CBOE Announces CBOEdirect.comTM

    Date 14/11/2000

    The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) today announced the launch of CBOEdirect.comTM, a stand-alone website dedicated solely to news and information concerning CBOEdirectTM, the exchange's much anticipated new screen-based trading platform. The website includes a trader's information archive which provides background on screen-based trading issues, technical systems descriptions, and a timeline of launch preparations.

  • ADX In Final Stage Of Regulatory Process

    Date 14/11/2000

    The Australian Derivatives Exchange (ADX) today reconfirmed that it remains confident that ADX will be able to open within weeks and that a firm launch date will be specified as soon as possible.

  • Sydney Futures Exchange: New Overnight Option Product To List

    Date 13/11/2000

    The Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) will list Overnight Options on its 90-Day Bank Accepted Bill Futures contract this evening at the opening of its night trading session. The new option product will begin trading at 5.10pm and expire at the cessation of each overnight trading session.

  • Stock Exchange of Thailand Announces Third Quarter 2000 Operational Results

    Date 13/11/2000

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand today released its official report as of November 10, 2000 on listed company operational results for the third quarter, ending September 30, 2000. Fifty-seven listed companies have submitted their financial statements as of November 10, 2000. Thirty-three companies in the production and services sector reported improved operational results, with an increase in third quarter total net profit for companies in Pulp and Paper, Commerce, Building and Furnishing Material

  • New York Mercantile Exchange To Base Certain enymex sm Contracts On Platts Benchmarks

    Date 13/11/2000

    The New York Mercantile Exchange, the world’s largest physical commodity exchange, and Platts, the world's premier energy market information service, have signed a letter of intent for Platts pricing benchmarks to be used in enymex sm contracts for crude oil, refined oil products, natural gas, electricity, and metals.

  • New System’s Sale – OM Technology Sells POMAX Customer To Enita AS

    Date 13/11/2000

    OM Technology and Enita - a Norwegian Application Service Provider which delivers complete network-based applications and operations services to the power industry - have signed an agreement for the delivery of OM Technology’s POMAX Customer-system. Enita is 100 percent owned by Trondheim Energiverk. Trondheim Energiverk expects the system to go operational during the autumn of 2001. The order is estimated to have a value of SEK 46 million. .

  • Magic Comes To Tel Aviv

    Date 13/11/2000

    The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange announced that Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (Nasdaq: MGIC) will begin trading on the TASE this week. Magic is the first U.S.-traded company to take advantage of the new liberal regulatory framework of the dual-listing law.

  • CME Becomes A For-Profit Corporation

    Date 13/11/2000

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange today became the first U.S. financial exchange to demutualize by converting its membership interests into shares of common stock that can trade separately from exchange trading privileges. The exchange became Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) as it finalized its transformation from a not-for-profit, membership-owned organization to a for-profit, shareholder-owned corporation.

  • Clarification Of OM’s Costs For The LSE Offer

    Date 13/11/2000

    To clarify recent reports in a Swedish newspaper, OM would like to emphasise that the costs involved in OM's recent offer to the shareholders of LSE will not exceed SEK 100 million.