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  • London Stock Exchange Plc Announcement Of Preliminary Financial Results

    Date 23/05/2002

    Highlights: Turnover up 11 per cent to £215.6 million Operating profit from continuing operations and before exceptional items up 22 per cent to £70.5 million Adjusted earnings per share up 20 per cent to 18.3 pence Final dividend 2.5 pence per share bringing the total dividend for the year to 3.6 pence per share, up 13 per cent

  • JP Morgan Starts As A Trading Member Of Helsinki Exchanges

    Date 23/05/2002

    JP Morgan will start as a trading member of Helsinki Exchanges on May 27, 2002. JP Morgan will trade in the HETI trading system from London.

  • Jiway Extends Coverage To Swiss Market

    Date 23/05/2002

    On Monday, 20 May 2002, Jiway extended its coverage to include the Swiss market and executed its first transaction in a Swiss stock.

  • HKEx And LSE To Develop Listing Programme And Consult On Trading Collaboration

    Date 23/05/2002

    Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) and the London Stock Exchange (LSE) are working together to make it easier for companies to list in both Hong Kong and the UK. In addition, the exchanges plan to introduce the trading of HKEx stocks on the London Stock Exchange's SETS trading system and LSE stocks on the Hong Kong's trading system AMS/3.

  • Copenhagen Stock Exchange: Successful Launch Of The Exchange's Broadcasting Studio. Chr. Hansen Holding, DSV And 2M Invest Broadcast From The Studio Today

    Date 23/05/2002

    The first broadcast from the studio at the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, where NeuroSearch presented its accounts for the first quarter of the year, got record-breaking viewer ratings compared with previous 'on location' broadcasts - just under 1,200 viewers within the first 24 hours. Thus, we have demonstrated that our broadcasting studio reaches more investors than the conventional teleconferences, which the companies have been using up to now.

  • CME Announces Weight Increase For Deliverable Live Cattle

    Date 23/05/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) announced that it changed the delivery specifications of the live cattle contract to reflect a 25 pound increase of the average live weight to a maximum of 1,325 pounds and of the maximum individual animal live weight to 1,375 pounds. These changes will become effective with the June 2003 contract, which began trading today, May 23.

  • ASX Futures Expands To Commodities

    Date 23/05/2002

    Australian Stock Exchange Limited (ASX) is pleased to announce that, in conjunction with a number of leading energy companies, it has commenced work on developing an electricity futures contract.

  • Tokyo Stock Exchange Requested Sakura Friend Securities Co., Ltd. To Submit Business Improvement Report

    Date 22/05/2002

    TSE requested Sakura Friend Securities Co., Ltd. ("Sakura Friend") to submit business improvement report as to strengthen its internal control system, secure strict compliance by the directors and staff, take preventive measures against recurrence of the violations mentioned below, and clarify locus of responsibility, pursuant to the TSE's Trading Participant Rule.

  • The Central Bank Of Iceland Auctions Repurchase Agreements For 46.6 billion Krónur

    Date 22/05/2002

    The Central Bank of Iceland held a weekly auction of repurchase agreements on May 21 of the maturity of 14 days. The auction was a fixed rate one at 8.8 per cent p.a. Offers were made for a total amount of 46.6 billion krónur resulting in repurchase contracts for that amount.

  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In S&P Canadian Indices - S&P/TSX Canadian Telecommunication Services Sector

    Date 22/05/2002

    Standard & Poor's will make the following change in the S&P/TSX Canadian Telecommunication Services Sector: Effective at the close of trading on Wednesday, May 22, 2002, the following change will take place in the S&P/TSX Canadian Telecommunication Services Sector Index. The weight of Telus Corporation (TSX: T) will increase by approximately 5.37% in the S&P/TSX Canadian Telecommunication Services Sector Index. The relative weight change reflects an adjustment to the float shares p