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No Data for Bobl, Bund

Post by trendyguy » Sun May 03, 2009 11:31 pm

Hi All
I noticed I have no data for EBM and EBL for Friday May 1/2009 from CSI or from DTN for that matter. After looking at the Eurex website I have yet to conclude why. Does anyone have any ideas?

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Post by RedRock » Mon May 04, 2009 12:41 am

no trade last friday. closed



LONDON, May 1 (UPI) -- May Day celebrants fanned out across Europe Friday and thousands marched in annual protests, some in defiance of government bans.
Japan's Trade Union Confederation held its 80th annual May Day rally in a Tokyo Park drawing nearly 36,000 regular and temporary workers, the Japan Times reports.

The workers carried banners calling for wage increases and job security.

In Turkey police used tear gas and water cannons to prevent hundreds of leftists from marching to Taksim Square, Today's Zaman reported.

Turkey last week declared May Day a public holiday but the government rejected demands by unions that workers be allowed to celebrate at the square, citing security concerns.

In London, May Day protesters targeted the Bank of England in scenes reminiscent of the G20 protests, politics.co.uk reported.

Labor unions in France planned hundreds of marches throughout the country. Polls indicate 72 percent of French people are in favor of May Day demonstrations, France 24 reported Friday.This year marked the first time eight main French labor unions showed a united front by marching together.

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Post by sluggo » Mon May 04, 2009 8:13 am

You're right, this exchange holiday is not at all easy to find on the Eurex website. However, after a bit of looking, I found it at this URL http://www.eurexchange.com/download/tra ... 009_en.pdf The relevant portion is shown in the picture below.
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Post by trendyguy » Mon May 04, 2009 10:18 am

Thanks, I looked at the online version which doesn't seem to have the paragraph you have posted. However the holidays are highlighted in blue. I did notice they changed the tick size for the BOBL.

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