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  • Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong Amendment To The Exchange Listing Rules

    Date 29/03/2000

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong has amended Rule 8.10 of the Exchange Listing Rules following the recent market consultation. The rule change will come into effect on May 1, 2000. Under Rule 8.10 (as amended), a competing business is dealt with by way of disclosure. The revised rule requires disclosure of any director's interest in a competing business in all annual reports published after April 30, 2000.

  • Philadelphia Stock Exchange Elects Board of Governors

    Date 29/03/2000

    The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX) announced today the results of its annual Board of Governors' election.

  • ISDEX Internet Stock Index Stock Components To Be Altered

    Date 29/03/2000

    The Kansas City Board of Trade announces the following changes to the ISDEX index of Internet stocks, effective following the close of trading Friday: Beyond.com and iVillage are removed and i2 Technologies and Vignette are added.

  • ICICI Bank Joins ICIC As Indian Companies Listed On The NYSE

    Date 29/03/2000

    The shares of ICICI Bank, India's largest new private sector bank, began trading on the New York Stock Exchange today as American depositary receipts under the ticker symbol IBN.

  • CBOT/EPA Host Eighth Annual SO2 Emission Allowance Auction; CBOT Positioned As Environmental Exchange For The Next Generation

    Date 29/03/2000

    The Chicago Board of Trade announced today the results of the eighth annual sulfur dioxide (SO2) emission allowance auction held on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The results will be posted on the EPA's website at www.epa.gov/acidrain/auctions/aucmain.html, or visit the CBOT's website at www.cbot.com/acidrain.

  • Seat Sales At Chicago Mercantile Exchange Include New Record High For IOM Division

    Date 28/03/2000

    Seat sales in three divisions of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) late yesterday included a new record high price of $345,000 for an Index and Option Market (IOM) division seat. Yesterday's sale prices of $700,000 for a full CME seat and $495,000 for an International Monetary Market (IMM) division seat were also significantly above recent levels.

  • Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking Stock Celebrates Stellar First Year

    Date 28/03/2000

    The Nasdaq Stock MarketĀ® today will celebrate the one year anniversary of the Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking Stock SM (Amex: QQQ). A reception, showcasing the success of the first year of trading for the Nasdaq-100 Index Tracking Stock, will take place this evening at 6:00 p.m., Eastern Time, at the Nasdaq MarketSite SM in the heart of New York's Times Square.

  • Joint Statement Of CBOT And CBOE

    Date 28/03/2000

    Chicago Board of Trade Chairman David P. Brennan and Chicago Board Options Exchange Chairman William J. Brodsky yesterday issued the following joint statement: "Our two great exchanges have agreed to meet to further discuss opportunities that may exist to bring our institutions closer together and maximize any synergies for our respective memberships, market users and the city of Chicago. Leaders and investment bankers from both exchanges will begin meeting as soon as possible so that we may beg

  • Fair Value Settlement, Early Close Planned For CME Domestic Stock Indexes At Quarter End

    Date 28/03/2000

    On Friday, March 31, and the last trading day of each calendar quarter, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) will revise its daily settlement procedures for domestic stock index futures contracts to reflect a "fair value" settlement price. In addition, domestic stock indexes will close 10 minutes earlier on the final trading day of each calendar quarter.

  • Change In The Acceptance Procedure For Shares Being Added To The SWX New Market Index (SNMI)

    Date 28/03/2000

    The SWX Swiss Exchange, in consultation with the Index Commission, has decided upon the fallowing rule change as a means of improving the stability of the SNMI: The acceptance of new shares into the index will be spread over the five trading days immediately fallowing an IPO.