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October 26, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Chicago Traders Seek Broader Access: Negotiations are underway to allow the Chicago Board of Trade access to the Cincinnati Stock Exchange's National Securities Trading System. Under a plan worked out by the two sides, CBOT members would access the Cincinnati exchange through its "Project A" trading system, which was approved last week by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
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July 24, 1998 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Confirming weeks of speculation, the Pacific Exchange and the Chicago Board Options Exchange said Thursday they have agreed to combine into one market that will handle the bulk of the nation's trading in stock option contracts. And, as expected, the deal puts in jeopardy the future of the Pacific's downtown Los Angeles stock-trading floor, as the new entity chooses to focus on the more lucrative options business.
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June 18, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Three equities markets announced this morning they have reached a definitive agreement to trade through the night using a computer network. The Chicago Board Options Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and the Cincinnati Stock Exchange hope to capture some of the trading conducted abroad when it is nighttime in the United States. The computer network will be provided by Reuters Holdings PLC.
BUSINESS
October 26, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Chicago Traders Seek Broader Access: Negotiations are underway to allow the Chicago Board of Trade access to the Cincinnati Stock Exchange's National Securities Trading System. Under a plan worked out by the two sides, CBOT members would access the Cincinnati exchange through its "Project A" trading system, which was approved last week by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
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March 24, 1989 | From Associated Press
The Chicago Board Options Exchange, the Cincinnati Stock Exchange and Reuters Holdings PLC said Thursday that they plan to build the world's first electronic network for 24-hour trading of stocks and stock options. The developers plan to invite other domestic and foreign securities exchanges to join the computerized order-matching network, said CBOE President Charles Henry.
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July 24, 1998 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Confirming weeks of speculation, the Pacific Exchange and the Chicago Board Options Exchange said Thursday they have agreed to combine into one market that will handle the bulk of the nation's trading in stock option contracts. And, as expected, the deal puts in jeopardy the future of the Pacific's downtown Los Angeles stock-trading floor, as the new entity chooses to focus on the more lucrative options business.
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March 16, 1989 | From Times wire services
A deal has been struck to sell B. Manischewitz Co., the 100-year-old maker of kosher for Passover matzos and other kosher foods, to a Los Angeles company for $40.4 million. The sale to Levine, Tessler, Leichtman & Co. must be approved by Manischewitz's stockholders, who are scheduled to meet in May. The board of directors, including Bernard Manischewitz, a retired president and member of the founding family, has given its approval. Levine, Tessler agreed to pay $762.
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May 3, 1989 | From Associated Press
The chairman of the New York Stock Exchange said Tuesday that the Big Board would start off-hours trading if companies and investment firms want it, but no demand exists. John J. Phelan Jr. said there has been no interest among New York stock market participants to extend trading at the world's second-largest exchange beyond 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. "The reason we have not done it is that our customers have said they don't want it," Phelan told a meeting of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
BUSINESS
December 25, 1998 | Bloomberg News
What did investors and executives find in their stockings or under their trees this morning? A few guesses: * Shareholders of K-Tel International Inc., Books-a-Million Inc. and other companies that have soared and tumbled on Internet hype: "Security Analysis: The Classic 1934 Edition," by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd (McGraw-Hill). Or perhaps "Secrets of Winning Roulette," by Martin Jensen (Cardoza Publishing). * Shareholders of America Online Inc., the No.
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June 20, 1990 | From Reuters
The president of the American Stock Exchange, Kenneth Leibler, abruptly announced his resignation Tuesday, and exchange and industry officials said no clear successor was at hand. Leibler said he would become president and chief operating officer of Liberty Financial, a Boston-based subsidiary of Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. His resignation was sudden, although Wall Street has been speculating he would step down after former Rep. James Jones (D-Okla.) was named exchange chairman last November.
BUSINESS
June 18, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Three equities markets announced this morning they have reached a definitive agreement to trade through the night using a computer network. The Chicago Board Options Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and the Cincinnati Stock Exchange hope to capture some of the trading conducted abroad when it is nighttime in the United States. The computer network will be provided by Reuters Holdings PLC.
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March 24, 1989 | From Associated Press
The Chicago Board Options Exchange, the Cincinnati Stock Exchange and Reuters Holdings PLC said Thursday that they plan to build the world's first electronic network for 24-hour trading of stocks and stock options. The developers plan to invite other domestic and foreign securities exchanges to join the computerized order-matching network, said CBOE President Charles Henry.
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June 19, 1990 | From Associated Press
The American Stock Exchange, Chicago Board Options Exchange and Cincinnati Stock Exchange announced plans Monday to start a computerized, nighttime trading market for stocks and stock options. As does an after-hours trading plan announced last week by the New York Stock Exchange, the proposal aims to regain some of the business in U.S.-listed issues captured by foreign competitors--especially the London and Tokyo exchanges--that operate while U.S. stock markets are closed.
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March 17, 1989 | DENISE GELLENE, Times Staff Writer
B. Manischewitz Co., a leading matzo maker, has agreed to be acquired by the Los Angeles investment firm of Levine, Tessler, Leichtman & Co. Arthur E. Levine said Thursday that his firm agreed to pay $40.5 million, or $762.75 a share, for the Jersey City, N.J., company. Besides matzot, the firm produces other kosher baked goods and soups, and licenses its name to a wine maker.
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