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News & Commentary
Content tagged with Exchanges posted in October 2002
Island Sees ETF Market Share Decrease After Yanking Its Publicly Displayed Prices
News  |  10/31/2002  | 
After eliminating the public display of its quotes for its most popular ETFs, Island has experienced a market share decline.
AMEX To Offer Members Order Routing to Rival Exchanges Via New Front End
News  |  10/24/2002  | 
The American Stock Exchange has embarked on a daring new project that calls for the exchange to provide its members with electronic access to rival options markets.
SuperMontage and ADF Ready to Take Flight, But Nasdaq Market Remains Jumbled
News  |  10/7/2002  | 
SuperMontage and ADF are finally here, but the future of the Nasdaq market is far from set.
Electronic Revolution Pits ISE vs. Floor-Driven Exchanges
News  |  10/7/2002  | 
The all-electronic International Securities Exchange has taken the U.S.-options industry by storm, offering clients cheap costs and open access. But floor-based markets, such as the CBOE and PCX, are now fighting back with significant technology initiatives.
Montreal Exchange Looks to Break Into the U.K. With Remote Access
News  |  10/3/2002  | 
The all-electronic Bourse de Montreal is seeking regulatory approval from the U.K.'s FSA to enable London-based brokers to trade the exchange's futures contracts.

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