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  • The Stock Exchange Of Hong Kong Publishes A Report On Non-Y2K Compliant Listed Companies On The Web

    Date 26/10/1999

    The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong today (Monday) posted a report on listed companies which were not Y2K compliant by September 30, 1999, on its web site (http://www.sehk.com.hk).

  • The Nasdaq Stock Market Announces Open Short-Interest Positions In Nasdaq Stocks For October 1999

    Date 26/10/1999

    As of mid-October, short interest in 3,783 Nasdaq National Market® securities totaled 2,236,954,483 compared with 2,122,092,736 shares in 3,770 National Market issues for the month of September. The October short interest represents 2.22 days' average daily Nasdaq National Market share volume for the reporting period, compared with 2.43 days in September. Short interest in 942 securities on The Nasdaq SmallCap MarketSM totaled 44,794,000 shares for October, compared with 47,342,310 shares in 97

  • Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Derivatives Trading Doubles After Move To TACT

    Date 26/10/1999

    The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) announced that trading on the TASE derivatives market has doubled since the introduction of the fully automated TACT-Derivatives system on October 14.

  • Stock Exchange Of Singapore Conditional Trading Of Initial Public Offering ("IPO") Shares

    Date 26/10/1999

    Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd ("CSM") is seeking a dual listing on SES and Nasdaq. For the purpose of the listing, the company is offering shares in the US and other markets, as well as in Singapore. In accordance with US practice, the offering is carried out by way of book building. Following the fixing of the offer price (on day T US time), shares will be allocated to investors and trading will commence on Nasdaq on T+1. Settlement of the offer shares will be on T+5. Between T and

  • sia Abrasives Holding AG Open 11,3 % Above Offering Price

    Date 26/10/1999

    The shares of sia-Group, a company specialised in the development, production and distribution of complete sanding systems, were traded for the first time today on the SWX Swiss Exchange. The offering price was set Monday night at CHF 195.00 The opening price in SWX dealings stood 11,3 % above that level at CHF 217.00, representing a total market capitalisation for the company of CHF 162.75 mio.

  • Oslo Stock Exchange Delistings

    Date 26/10/1999

    The Stock Exchange Board has resolved to remove the following companies from the Stock Exchange list in accordance with applications received:

  • New participant On SWX

    Date 26/10/1999

    The SWX Swiss Exchange has accepted Lehman Brothers International (Europe), London, as a new participant. This acceptance is conditioned on permission being granted by the Federal Banking commission.

  • HKFE Names Ivers W. Riley Chief Executive

    Date 26/10/1999

    The Hong Kong Futures Exchange announced today that Ivers W. Riley has been appointed Chief Executive.

  • Short-Term Interest Rate Futures To Trade Exclusively On LIFFE CONNECT™ As From Monday 22 November

    Date 25/10/1999

    The London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) announces that its Board has decided that, from Monday 22 November, all of LIFFE's short-term interest rate futures contracts will trade exclusively on the Exchange's electronic trading system. The Board's decision was taken in response to customer demand following a period of parallel trading on floor and screen. As a consequence, floor-based trading of LIFFE's benchmark Euroswiss, Short Sterling and Euribor futures will b

  • News From The Central Bank Of Iceland - Revised 1999 Inflation Forecast

    Date 25/10/1999

    The Central Bank of Iceland has revised its inflation forecast for 1999 in the light of recent information about the development of consumer prices and underlying factors. The Central Bank now projects that consumer prices will rise by 3.3 percent between the averages of 1998 and 1999 and by 4.6 percent within the year 1999. Between the averages of 1999 and 2000 the Central Bank projects a 4.1 percent rise in consumer prices and a 3.7 percent rise within the year 2000.