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  • E-Mini Nasdaq 100 Futures Sets Single-Day Volume Record As E-Mini S&P 500 Notches Record Open Interest

    Date 20/09/1999

    Volume of trading in E-mini Nasdaq 100 Index® futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) set a new single-day record Thursday September 16 of 6,026 as open interest in E-mini S&P 500 futures reached record levels of 32,690.

  • Botswana Stock Exchange Market Commentary

    Date 20/09/1999

    The market shed 0.9% in a week that saw bank stocks experience mixed fortunes. Barclays weakened further losing 50t to P8.50 on just over 145,000 shares. FNBB rose P1.50 to a record high of P31.50 on over 17,000 shares ahead of its final results due next week.

  • Ljubljana Stock Exchange Monthly Report - August

    Date 17/09/1999

    On 10 August, after a period of four months, the SBI index again exceeded the level of 1,806 points and even reached 1,922 points by the end of August. Shares of close end investment funds recorded a strong growth as well in August as their PIX index reached the highest value since the Exchange started calculating it. On 27 August it rose to 1,426 and at the end of August decreased only slightly to 1,289. With a total of SIT 17.8 billion, the turnover on the Exchange was considerably higher in A

  • Kuwait Stock Exchange Trading Report - August

    Date 17/09/1999

    The index of the Kuwait Stock Exchange reached 1524.7 points at the end of August. It registered a decrease of 20.4 points from the closing value registered at the end of July.

  • Hong Kong Futures Exchange Market Statistics - August

    Date 17/09/1999

    The monthly futures volume for August was 430,517 contracts a decrease of 10.3% against the July volume of 480,129. For options, 53,032 contracts were traded, a decrease of 14.1% against the July figure of 61,739.

  • NYMEX Metals Markets to Open Late Tomorrow

    Date 16/09/1999

    The New York Mercantile Exchange today announced that all Exchange metals markets will open an hour later tomorrow due to inclement weather conditions. The revised opening times are as follows: Aluminum Futures and Options: 8:50 A.M. Palladium Futures: 9:10 A.M. Copper Futures and Options 9:10 A.M. Platinum Futures and Options: 9:20 A.M. Gold Futures and Options: 9:20 A.M. Silver Futures and Options 9:25 A.M. The FTSE Eurotop 100 will open at its regularly scheduled time of 5 A.M.

  • Nasdaq to Remain Open Until 4 p.m. Despite Storm

    Date 16/09/1999

    The Nasdaq Stock Market® announced today that, after consultations with officials at the American Stock Exchange®, the New York Stock Exchange, and the Securities and Exchange Commission, the decision has been made to keep the markets open, despite the effects of Hurricane Floyd, throughout the remainder of the trading day until the traditional 4 p.m. closing time.

  • LSE's New Technology Market To Launch In November

    Date 16/09/1999

    The London Stock Exchange today announced the launch of a new market for technology companies - techMARK. The new market brings together London listed companies involved in leading edge technologies, creating a central focus for investors; streamlined rules will provide a wider range of young, innovative growth companies with access to the UK equity market.

  • LSE Issues Rule Revisions For Consultation

    Date 16/09/1999

    The London Stock Exchange today published a consultative document on proposed changes to the Listing Rules. The most significant proposal is the introduction of a new concessionary route to listing for innovative high growth companies without the normal three-year trading record.

  • Chicago Board of Trade financial and agricultural markets will continue to remain open

    Date 16/09/1999

    The Chicago Board of Trade financial and agricultural markets will continue to remain open for their normal trading hours today. The CBOT trading hours will not be affected by the early closures of some markets in New York.