CME Starts Dual Trading in E$

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange last month started side-by-side trading of its flagship Eurodollar contract over the Globex2 electronic trading system. The Merc’s Eurodollar contract is one of the world’s most actively traded futures contracts, and accounts for more than half of the exchange’s total futures volume. ’The introduction of side-by-side Eurodollar trading (on July 6) […]
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Reuters Launches FX Orderwatch

At Forex 99 in Milan last month, Reuters launched its FX Orderwatch product, which enables corporate sales dealers to monitor orders and make immediate changes. The electronic order handling service includes a full audit trail facility. The system is now installed at eight client sites in 12 countries and will be rolled out globally throughout […]
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Hungarian Forex Publishes OTC Derivatives Documentation

The Hungarian Forex Association (HFA) has published the 1999 Hungarian Forex Association Definitions, to provide a common set of terms to use in preparing confirmations for privately negotiated derivatives transactions involving the Hungarian Forint and other Hungarian underlying cash markets.  The HFA has also released the 1999 Hungarian Forex Association Supplement to the 1992 ISDA […]
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Euribor ACI Establishes Four Working Groups

The ACI’s Euribor group, which participates in the Euribor Committee, a joint venture with the 11 ‘in’ countries of EMU, as well as associate members of the EU countries that have not yet joined, met in July alongside the Forex 99 event in Milan. At the meeting, the ACI group started four working groups: money […]
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Tibco Debuts TIBMercury FX Multi-Branch Capability

Tibco’s electronic FX trading and order routing platform, TIBMercury FX, has been upgraded with a new multi-branch capability which enables corporate customers to interact with more than one branch of their financial institution. Previously, TIBMercury worked on a many (customers) to one (branch) capability, but now it allows a ‘many-to-many’ configuration, officials say. ‘Since we […]
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GNI Takes Kalahari For FRA Pricing

Money brokers GNI Limited have gone live with Kalahari Software’s FRA pricing software, WinDiamond 32. In addition to FRAs, GNI uses the software to price interest rate swaps and spreads between euro, sterling, dollars and other major currencies.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” />
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CWB Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Christiane Wuillamie, founder of London-based financial services IT company, CWB, recently celebrated its 5th anniversary at the Lothbury Gallery in the City of London. Now worth around £19 million, Wuillamie says she started her own company back in 1994 because a headhunter told her she was ‘unemployable’. But just five years later, the Vietnam-born Wuillamie […]
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Resource City Releases ACI Home Study Pack

London-based Resource City has released a new home study training pack for the ACI Dealing Certificate. The training materials are available in three styles and start at £175. According to officials, the new training pack is the only such material available for the new ACI Dealing Certificate syllabus. Resource City is a financial markets training, […]
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NAB’s Mike Eastaway Welcomes a Challenge

And why shouldn’t he? He’s had enough to last him a lifetime – and yet, he still wants more. Mike Eastaway is a man of many talents – he is part of the institutional sales operation, looking after Europe and Asia for the National Australia Bank in Sydney. He’s the first Australian elected to the […]
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CitiGroup Names Wise New Head of Investor Sales

Simon Wise is joining CitiGroup in London as the new head of global investor sales, confirms a spokesperson. Wise reportedly joined from AIG International in London; however, an official there declines to confirm his position. Wise will report to Christoph Bristiel, Citi’s manager for FX sales in London.  
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