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Content tagged with Exchanges posted in January 2001
NASD Completes Sale of Majority Stake in Nasdaq; IPO May Be on the Horizon
News  |  1/26/2001  | 
The NASD has completed the sale of roughly 60% of Nasdaq to a group of members, market makers and issuers, and is now considering whether it should make Nasdaq stock available to the rest of the investing public.
AMEX to Deploy OM's Saxess and Click Platforms for Options and Equities Trading
News  |  1/19/2001  | 
Fueled by the success of its options business, the AMEX is rolling out two new trading systems from OM Technology
Talking Shop with CEO of Bond Book John Kim
News  |  1/18/2001  | 
John Kim, president and ceo of Bond Book, talks shop with WS&T Associate Editor Cristina McEachern. The two discuss how Bond Book began, how the buy side became involved, why it will be successful and the Department of Justice inquiry.
New Options Clearing Corp CTO Outlines Challenges
News  |  1/12/2001  | 
Ro Kumar, the new CTO of Options Clearing Corp, talks about new objectives.
Do Online Bond Consortiums -- Tip the Scales of Justice?
News  |  1/11/2001  | 
Broker dealers creating online bond trading consortiums say they are improving the fixed income markets for investors by increasing price transparency and liquidity. But the new B2B e-commerce ventures have prompted an inquiry by the Department of Justice's antitrust division.
A Conversation with Hugh Freedberg
News  |  1/10/2001  | 
WS&T Senior Editor Robert Sales breaks bread with Liffe CEO Hugh Freedberg.
onExchange Snags Clearing Contract with EnergyClear
News  |  1/10/2001  | 
EnergyClear selects a clearing platform from onExchange Inc.
CME vs. CBOT: Separate and Unequal
News  |  1/10/2001  | 
The CME and CBOT have implemented dissimilar electronic trading strategies. While both exchanges are increasingly trying to attract electronic volume in Europe, the Merc has adopted a more open approach and seems to have the early lead on its cross-town rival.

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