August 2006 statistics from the OMX Nordic Exchange Trading in August on the OMX Nordic Exchange The value of average daily share trading amounted to EUR 3,020 million (during the past 12-month period: EUR 3,788 million). The average number of trades per business day amounted to 98,078 (during the past 12-month period: 110,422). The average daily trading volume in Swedish, Finnish and Danish equity and fixed-income derivative products amounted to 415,604 contracts (during the past 12-month period: 544,601). New Companies and Members New Companies: First North Drillcon AB in Sweden, Industrials VLT AB in Sweden, Consumer Discretionary Varyag Resources AB in Sweden, Financials New members: Nyenbergh Beheer B.V. in Copenhagen SAXO Bank in Copenhagen For more information, please contact: In Stockholm, Ulrika Areskog, Communications Manager, +46 8 405 63 76 In Helsinki, Outi Ylitalo, Communications Specialist, +358 9 6166 75 99 In Copenhagen, Ellen-Margrethe Soelberg, Communications Manager, + 45 33 77 04 30 In Tallinn, Tex Vertmann, Communications Manager, +372 640 88 62 In Riga, Inese Purgaile, Corporate Communications Department Manager, + 371 721 24 31 In Vilnius, Gintare Blazyte, Marketing and Communications Specialist, +370 5 272 13 71 About OMX About OMX | OMX is a leading expert in the exchange industry. Through the Nordic Exchange in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius, OMX offers access to approximately 80 percent of the Nordic and Baltic securities market. Our integrated technology solutions span the transaction chain enabling efficient securities transactions for exchanges, clearing organizations, central securities depositories and other financial institutions around the world. OMX is listed on the Nordic Exchange in Stockholm, Helsinki and Copenhagen. For more information, please visit www.omxgroup.com. About First North First North is an alternative market with lighter requirements than OMX's main markets. It provides small growth companies with a world of opportunities on the Nordic and global financial markets. First North is open for companies from all countries and offers listing and trading in SEK, Euro or DKK and company disclosure in English, Swedish, Danish or Norwegian. Investment in a company traded on First North implies a higher risk than on the main market. First North in Sweden is operated by Stockholm Stock Exchange and First North in Denmark is operated by Copenhagen Stock Exchange. For more information please visit www.omxgroup.com/firstnorth. PDF
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