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Cronus Capital Markets and the International Securities Exchange jointly developed the index, which has options currently trading on the ISE (ISE:TNY). The ISE-CCM Nanotechnology Index includes top Nanotechnology companies such as Cabot Corp. (NYSE: CBT), Headwaters Inc. (NYSE: HW), Symyx Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: SMMX), and FEI COMPANY(NASDAQ: FEIC).
Cronus Capital Markets CEO Michael Soni remarked that 'the ISE-CCM Nanotechnology Index tracks the growth of this new and important sector. Michael Soni, CCM's President and CEO, stated that the ISE-CCM Nanotechnology Index is a necessary development for the still nascent sector. 'Investors will have a direct avenue in which to track and participate in the growth of this new and important sector.- Mr. Soni said.
ISE, the world's largest equity options exchange, was founded on the principle that technology fosters and infuses new efficiencies and operational innovations into securities trading. After developing an innovative market structure that integrated auction market principles into an advanced screen-based trading system, ISE launched the first fully electronic US options exchange in May 2000. ISE continually enhances its trading systems to provide investors with the best marketplace to execute their options orders. (www.iseoptions.com)
About Cronus Capital Markets
Cronus Capital Markets (CCM) is a global investment information firm who strategically produces and introduces, through various forms of analytics and worldwide distribution, information on equity market opportunities. CCM's equity indexes receive international attention and represent important new benchmarks of growth.
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