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  • Nasdaq's Second-Quarter 2001 Results - Share Volume Up Over One Year Ago

    Date 18/07/2001

    The Nasdaq Stock Market® today announced that daily volume on Nasdaq averaged 1.9 billion shares in the second quarter of this year, an 18.7 percent increase from 1.6 billion shares in the second quarter of 2000. Eleven of the 50 largest trading sessions ever on Nasdaq® occurred in the second quarter of 2001. Nasdaq also experienced its most active single session in the second quarter, when 3.19 billion shares were traded on April 18, 2001.

  • Nasdaq MarketSite ExperienceSM Offers Summer Ticket Value And Showcases Technology Innovation

    Date 18/07/2001

    MarketSite ExperienceSM, The Nasdaq Stock Market's high-tech interactive attraction in its Times Square landmark, offers a cool $5 summer admission ticket to all visitors until August 30. The value - tickets are regularly $7 - highlights the debut an exhibit by Nasdaq-listed technology innovator QUALCOMM.

  • London Stock Exchange Announces New Technology Appointment

    Date 18/07/2001

    The London Stock Exchange on July 16 announced that WorldCom had been appointed to help install a high-capacity network that will link the Exchange and its customers using Internet Protocol (IP) communications technology.

  • CVB Financial Corp. To Join Nasdaq Financial-100 Index Beginning July 25, 2001

    Date 18/07/2001

    CVB Financial Corp. (Nasdaq:CVBF) of Ontario, California, will become a component of the Nasdaq Financial-100 Index®, effective at the beginning of trading Wednesday, July 25, 2001. CVB Financial Corp. will replace National Commerce Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:NCBC), which is de-listing from The Nasdaq Stock MarketSM.

  • CBOT Five New Ag Volume Records Set On a/c/e July 17, 2001

    Date 18/07/2001

    Five new agricultural product volume records were established on the a/c/e system during the July 17, 2001 trading session.

  • CBOT Dow Divisor Changes

    Date 18/07/2001

    The DowSMJones Average are price-weighted indexes and are calculated by dividing the sum of the prices of component stocks by a number called the index divisor.

  • CBOT Directors Approve Plan To Launch Swap Futures, Options

    Date 18/07/2001

    The Board of Directors of the Chicago Board of Trade on July 17, 2001, approved a plan to launch a swaps complex which includes 10-Year and 5-Year Interest Rate Swap futures and futures-options. The CBOT®" expects to launch these new contracts in the fall of 2001.

  • CBOT Announces Resignation Of Catania As Executive VP

    Date 18/07/2001

    The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®") today announced the resignation of Patrick J. Catania as Executive Vice President for Business Development, effective today. Catania played a leadership role in the development of new products and markets, as well as the marketing of the CBOT®"'s agricultural, financial and equity products, during his 20-year tenure at the exchange. He has been involved in the global futures industry for over 30 years.

  • Baltic Stock Exchanges Monthly Statistics June 2001

    Date 18/07/2001

    Riga In June total Latvian capital market trade added up to EUR 101.4 million (LVL 55.16 million), and habitually, debt market was in dominance with turnover over EUR 87 million (LVL 47.79 million). Equity trading volume was fair, reaching the level of EUR 13.56 million (LVL 7.37 million), for the most part owing to Balta shares buy-back executed by Codan. Now Codan owns over 99% of Balta shares.

  • LME Disciplinary Action Against Enron Metals Limited

    Date 17/07/2001

    The attached notice to all members of the London Metal Exchange gives details of disciplinary action by the LME against Enron Metals Limited, resulting from persistent failures to ensure the timely delivery of warrants and failures over the inputting of trades into the matching system. These failures were in breach of regulation 9.6 (b) of part 2 of the LME rules.