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News & Commentary
Content tagged with Exchanges posted in November 1999
NYMEX Board Approves IT Revamp, Creates Fully Electronic Energy Market
News  |  11/16/1999  | 
The NYMEX has approved a strategy to overhaul its information technology division and is drawing closer to implementing a plan to demutualize.
CBOE Puts Demutualization on Backburner
News  |  11/16/1999  | 
While it continues to work diligently to build an electronic trading system, the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) is taking a wait-and-see approach toward demutualization.
CME Board Approves For-Profit Plan; Proposal Includes Open Outcry Protections
News  |  11/9/1999  | 
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange last week became the first U.S. exchange to approve a plan for demutualization.
Internet-Based Exchanges in Japan and Europe on Nasdaq's Radar
News  |  11/3/1999  | 
The Nasdaq Stock Market last week unveiled plans to set up a European equity exchange that will eventually be electronically linked with both its established U.S. market and Nasdaq-Japan.
Crossing Networks Oust the Middleman in Europe
News  |  11/1/1999  | 
Three crossing networks have sprung up on the European continent allowing buy side fund managers to trade directly with each other. Two are owned by a consortium of financial institutions, signaling a trend toward for-profit trading systems.

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