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  • Appointment of Mr Alec Tsui Yiu Wa As Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing Limited (HKEC) Chief Operating Officer

    Date 01/03/2000

    The board of the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEC) announced today (Wednesday) the appointment of Mr Alec Tsui Yiu Wa as the Chief Operating Officer of the company. Mr Tsui will take up his new appointment on March 6, 2000. The appointment has received approval from the Securities and Futures Commission as required under the Exchanges and Clearing Houses (Merger) Ordinance.

  • Amsterdam Exchanges Introduces New Procedures For Flotations

    Date 01/03/2000

    Amsterdam Exchanges strongly urges investors not to submit market orders for new flotations. It also reserves the right to refuse limit orders for newly floated securities if these orders do not have a realistic limit in view of the issue price and would therefore disrupt the market. As from today Amsterdam Exchanges will also publish details of the BBO and the depth of the market at 8.45 a.m. via the usual channels (e.g. data vendors), regardless of the time when the first quote is expected.

  • Toronto Stock Exchange Declares TIPS 35 and TIPS 100 Distributions

    Date 29/02/2000

    The Toronto Stock Exchange has declared final distributions for both Toronto 35 and TSE 100 Index Participation Units for the period ending March 6, 2000. The distribution for holders of TIPS 35 as at March 3, 2000 is estimated to be $0.13974 per Participation Unit and will be payable March 6, 2000. The distribution for holders of TIPS 100 as at March 3, 2000 is estimated to be $0.13353 per Participation Unit and will be payable March 6, 2000.

  • SWX New Market: Performance Exceeds All Expectations

    Date 29/02/2000

    On Wednesday 1 March 2000, the SWX Swiss Exchange will initiate its new index covering price developments in the SWX New Market. This market segment was launched already in July of last year and is home to rapidly growing companies from Switzerland and abroad. The enclosed chart shows the explosive rise in the implied value of the SWX New Market Index during the first two months of 2000. The index has been effectively computed since 1 January of this year, and was pegged at a baseline value of 1

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

    Date 29/02/2000

    Distant month: opening 88.80 yen, a high 92.90 (Feb. 22), low 84.50 yen (Feb. 25), closing 84.70 yen. On February 21, OME RSS3 futures market opened slightly easier on long-liquidation due to the firmer yen with distant month falling to 88.8 yen. On the next day, the distant month went higher to 92.90 yen on fresh buying as the yen plunged to the 111 yen level. On February 23, the current month expired higher than expected at 77.90 yen as trading houses covered roughly a half of their positio

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange Aluminium Futures Weekly Report

    Date 29/02/2000

    Distant month : opening 180.5 yen, a high 182.2 yen (Feb 22), a low 178.2 yen (Feb. 24), closing 179.9 yen. On February 21, OME Aluminium Futures opened easier as buyers kept to the sidelines with distant January contract unchanged from the Friday's close at 180.5 yen. In the afternoon, distant month steadied to 181.9 yen on light buying as LME three months aluminium managed to stay above the resistance at $1,630.

  • Nymex Sets Record Copper Volume

    Date 29/02/2000

    Copper futures trading set a daily volume record on the New York Mercantile Exchange yesterday when 35,444 contracts were traded, surpassing the previous record of 35,168 contracts traded on June 25, 1999.

  • Nasdaq Lead In The UK Grows With 36 Percent Name Recognition

    Date 29/02/2000

    Independent research carried out by MORI in January has revealed that The Nasdaq Stock MarketĀ® has increased its lead as the UK's most recognised stock market with name recognition outstripping any other foreign stock market.

  • Nasdaq Breaks Single-Day Share Volume Record - Composite Index Also Climbs To A Record High

    Date 29/02/2000

    The Nasdaq Stock MarketĀ® announced today that it experienced its heaviest trading session ever, with preliminary figures showing more than 2.078 billion shares changed hands. All of Nasdaq's top ten share volume days have occurred this year with year-to-date daily share volume averaging 1.724 billion shares.

  • E-mini S&P 500 Sets Volume Record

    Date 29/02/2000

    Volume in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's E-mini S&P 500 futures contract reached a record 82,817 contracts Feb. 28, as electronically traded volume in all equity index products rose to a record 114,439 contracts.