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  • Standard & Poor's Announces Changes In S&P Canadian Indices

    Date 02/04/2002

    Given the previously announced changes to S&P/TSE index methodology which become effective May 1, 2002, it has been decided that the zero relative weight change will not take place after Q1 2002. The zero relative weight change made after Q4 2001 was the final application of this rule. Pursuant to TSE 300 Composite Index Maintenance Rule #2, which states: "If a stock appears in the TSE 300 QMV report at calendar quarter end with a 0.00% relative weight it will be removed from the index at

  • RTS Trade Results In March

    Date 02/04/2002

    RTS (OTC) market trading volume for the period from March 1st till March 29th amounted to $ 484.4 mln, and grew by 74.6 % comparing to February figure - $ 277.4 mln. Average daily RTS market turnover for the abovementioned period grew by 65,7 % and reached $ 24.2 mln (in February it amounted to $ 14.6 mln).

  • New Records Of Indices At The Ljubljana Stock Exchange

    Date 02/04/2002

    The positive bullish trend of indices and securities values at the Ljubljana Stock Exchange continues. On Friday, March 29th 2002, the three indices of Ljubljana Stock Exchange, Inc. reached their historic high values after the lively trading day.

  • Nasdaq-100 Index® Eligible For An Exchange Traded Fund

    Date 02/04/2002

    Nasdaq Japan, Inc., today announced that Japan's Financial Services Agency has designated the Nasdaq-100 Index® as being an index eligible for linkage to an exchange traded fund (ETF). This has made it possible to list an Japanese ETF for the Nasdaq-100 Index, and there are plans to begin the trading of such an ETF on the Nasdaq Japan Market this summer.

  • Nasdaq Announces SuperMontage Pricing - New Trading Platform On Schedule For Third-Quarter Launch

    Date 02/04/2002

    The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. (Nasdaq®) today announced the pricing schedule for SuperMontageSM, which was filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) last week. Once approved, the pricing will take effect with the phased launch of SuperMontage in late July.

  • March Volume: CME Achieves Fifth Consecutive Record Volume Quarter, Third Busiest Month And Best March On Record

    Date 02/04/2002

    With 120.5 million contracts traded in the first quarter of 2002, Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) has set its fifth consecutive quarterly record for trading volume. In addition, CME posted its best March on record - and its third busiest month ever - with nearly 41.5 million contracts traded, up 21 percent from March 2001. Underlying value of the contracts traded last month totaled nearly $30 trillion.

  • International Securities Exchange Update - March 2002

    Date 02/04/2002

    During its twenty-second month of operation, the International Securities Exchange continued to strengthen its position as the third largest U.S. options exchange.

  • Deutsche Börse Wants To Continue Growth In 2002 - Record Results For The Year In 2001

    Date 02/04/2002

    Deutsche Börse stands by its growth targets for the year 2002: "Diversified sources of revenue and further increases in efficiency form the basis for stability even in difficult market conditions. Based on our prognoses for last year, which we have surpassed by far, we are also expecting 10 to 15 percent growth in sales for the current business year as well as even higher growth in profitability before write-downs and one-time effects." Chief financial officer Mathias Hlubek made the statement a

  • CME Plans 13 New Foreign Exchange Contracts

    Date 02/04/2002

    Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. (CME) has announced plans to list 13 new foreign exchange (FX) futures contracts. The contracts will be listed for trading on CME's GLOBEX® electronic trading platform or as All-or-none (AON) transactions executed on the trading floor for quantities of five or more contracts. The new contracts include 11 non-dollar cross rates and two dollar-based contracts, and all specify physical delivery at termination. Trading is expected to begin in the second quarter.

  • CBOT: $5.00 Mini Sized Dow Launches Friday

    Date 02/04/2002

    Continuing to expand creation of new products and trading opportunities, the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT®) will begin trading the newest addition to its DowSMJones Complex, a CBOT® mini-sized DowSMcontract with a $5 multiplier on April 5, 2002 (trading begins 8:15 p.m. on 4/4/02). To enhance liquidity, the CBOT® plans to use two electronic market markers for the CBOT® mini-sized DowSMfutures contracts on its electronic trading platform.