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  • Nymex To Increase Palladium Futures Margins

    Date 04/08/2000

    The New York Mercantile Exchange will increase the margins on palladium futures on August 4, 8, and 11.

  • New Composition Amsterdam Exchanges-Index® Due To The Take-Over Of Baan By Invensys

    Date 04/08/2000

    Due to the take-over of Baan N.V. by Invensys Holding Ltd., Baan N.V. will be taken out of the Amsterdam Exchanges-index as of Friday, 4 August 2000. The weighting factor of Baan N.V. will be divided pro rato over the remaining 24 stocks. As a result of this the weighting factors for the remaining 24 stocks will change as of Friday, 4 August 2000.

  • London Metal Exchange Information Technology - Status Report

    Date 04/08/2000

    To: All Members From: D E King I am delighted to be able to announce that from a very strong short list of information technology solutions providers, the LME has invited two companies - CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation) and OM Technology - each to carry out a detailed requirements/supply study over a four week period commencing next Monday 7 August 2000 in order for the board to be able to make its final decision as to its chosen IT solu

  • Program Trading Averaged 20.6 Percent Of NYSE Volume During July 24 - July 28

    Date 03/08/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange today released its weekly program-trading data submitted by its member firms. The report includes trading in all markets as reported to the NYSE for July 24 - July 28.

  • Osaka Mercantile Exchange RSS3 Futures, TSR20 Futures And Rubber Index Futures Weekly Report

    Date 03/08/2000

    At the beginning of the week, on July 24, OME RSS3 futures fluctuated within a narrow range on light buying mingled with selling as players took a wait-and-see attitude ahead of current July contract’s expiry on the following day. Current and distant December contracts fell by 0.5 yen to 64.4 yen and rose by 0.1 yen to 76.0 yen respectively from the previous week’s close. On July 25, amid the weak demand from consumers, current month expired sharply lower at 58.8 yen on liquidation by specu

  • NYSE Names Roger Burkhardt Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President

    Date 03/08/2000

    The New York Stock Exchange board of directors today approved the appointment of Roger Burkhardt as chief technology officer and senior vice president.

  • LIFFE Trades £202 Billion Per Day In July 2000

    Date 03/08/2000

    The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) traded an average daily nominal value of £202 billion (?305 billion) and a total value of £4,231 billion (?6,389 billion) in July 2000, maintaining its position as the largest European exchange by value.

  • The Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong Announces New Stock Code Alocation Procedure

    Date 02/08/2000

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong announced today (2 August) a new stock code procedure that allows listed companies making a takeover or merger offer to choose the stock code for the merged company in return for a donation to the Community Chest.

  • PHLX To Begin Trading Ten New Options

    Date 02/08/2000

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) is pleased to announce that it will begin trading put and call options on The Charles Schwab Corporation (option/stock symbol: SCH), Citrix Systems, Inc. (XSQ/CTXS), CMGI Inc. (option/stock symbol: QGC/CMGI), Globalstar Telecommunications Limited (options/stock symbol: YVQ/GSTRF), Novellus Systems, Inc. (option/stock symbol: NLQ/NVLS), Seagate Technology, Inc. (option/stock symbol: SEG), Solectron Corporation (option/stock symbol: SLR), Tellabs Inc. (option

  • Options Clearing Corporation Announces Record Reduction In Clearing Fees

    Date 02/08/2000

    The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) today announced that its Board of Directors has agreed to discount Clearing Member fees by up to 41 percent for September through December, depending on the size of trades cleared. This discount, which is the most significant reduction in OCC history, is a result of clearing fees exceeding expectations for the current calendar year.