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  • Brennan Letter Updates Members on CBOT-Eurex Alliance

    Date 13/09/1999

    Dear Fellow Member: I am pleased to report that after two days of discussions in Burgenstock, Switzerland, with our Eurex counterparts, all parties have agreed that the CBOT-Eurex alliance will proceed with no material changes to the original agreement approved by the membership.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 13/09/1999

    The market took a breather and dipped 2.1% from last week's record high as sellers appeared on the market to take profits from the heady gains of the past few weeks. Barclays finally ran out of steam losing P1.00 to P9.00 on light volume as the bid on the stock weakened to P8.50.

  • Bahrain Stock Exchange Securities & Investment Research Weekly Report

    Date 13/09/1999

    GCC markets were in a mixed mood last week. With the near end of the summer vacations and investors awaiting the third quarter results, KSE fell 0.7%, Oman was down 1.2% & Saudi Arabia lost 1%. The UAE and Bahrain appreciated by 1.9% and 0.4% respectively.

  • The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong August Market Statistics

    Date 11/09/1999

    The average daily turnover for the 22 trading days in August was HKD5,828 million, a decrease of 34 per cent compared with the previous month. Total turnover value for the month was HKD128,209 million compared with HKD184,176 million in July.

  • Tehran Stock Exchange June Monthly Statistics

    Date 11/09/1999

    At the end of 19 trading days in the month of June, trading volume and turnover showed a decline of 71.66 and 8.20 percent respectively relative to May.

  • Swiss Exchange Monthly Statistics - August 1999

    Date 11/09/1999

    Turnover in Swiss equities, options and bonds during August 1999 was CHF56,683.4 million, CHF3,975.3 million and CHF6,283.0 million respectively. Turnover in foreign equities, options and bonds during August 1999 was CHF3,252.2 million, CHF4,239.3 million and CHF7,491.5 million respectively. Total turnover in August was CHF74,433.2 million. This compares with an August turnover in August 1998 of CHF114,453.4 million. Turnover in the first eight months of 1998 was CHF746,089.4 million.

  • New participants of the SWX Swiss Exchange

    Date 11/09/1999

    The Board of Directors of the SWX Swiss Exchange has accepted the following new SWX participants: Bank of America International Limited, Frankfurt (subject to the approval of the Federal Banking Commission); Commerzbank AG, London Branch (subject to the approval of the Federal Banking Commission); Société Générale Securities London Ltd. (subject to the approval of the Federal Banking Commission).

  • HKFE to Hold Members' Briefing on 14 September

    Date 11/09/1999

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE) said today that it has scheduled a Members' Briefing for 14 September to review the results of this month's two simulated trading tests of its HKATS electronic trading system. The Exchange will also discuss business issues relating to the migration of Hang Seng Index (HSI) Futures and Options from open outcry trading to HKATS. And members of the Exchange's Migration Special Committee will be present at the briefing to address any matters raised by Members.

  • CHX Year-to-Date Trade Volume Exceeds 1998 Total

    Date 11/09/1999

    The Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) exceeded 1998 total trade volume in August and recorded continued growth in both trade and share volume. Total trade volume for the month finished at 2,175,836, up 50 percent from August 1998, while total share volume increased 37 percent from last August, ending at 1,088,119,283. Year to date, total trade volume is 17,713,786 compared to 16,332,625 trades for all of 1998.

  • SFE To Launch New Dow Jones AP/ELS Futures And Options Contracts

    Date 10/09/1999

    The Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) is set to launch new equity index derivative products based on 35 of the largest, most liquid companies on the Australian stock market - the Dow Jones Asia Pacific Extra Liquid Series (AP/ELS) Australia futures and options contracts.