International Securities Exchange ( ISE) said President and Chief Executive David Krell and Chief Operating Officer Gary Katz have adopted trading plans that will allow them to diversify their portfolios and help with their financial and tax planning. Krell can exercise options on up to 400,000 shares and sell the stock during a 10-month period beginning March 23, the options exchange said. In addition, he plans to donate charitable gifts of 40,000 shares. Katz can exercise options on up to 236,000 shares and sell the stock over an eight-month period starting March 23. Katz plans to donate 7,000 shares. Shares of International Securities Exchange were down $1.29, or 2.6%, to $47.96. American Capital Strategies ( ACAS) slipped after the buyout and financing firm said it plans to sell 9 million common shares. Of the total, 3 million shares will be offered through counterparty agreements, and 6 million shares will be sold directly by American Capital. The company granted the underwriters an option to buy up to 1.35 million additional shares to cover overallotments. Shares of American Capital were off 10 cents at $35.43. IntercontinentalExchange ( ICE) rose 3.5% after the futures market opened its new London telecommunications hub. The hub is designed to improve access and reduce costs to its electronic-trading platform for current and prospective market participants in the region. The London location is the third telecommunications hub that IntercontinentalExchange has opened. Shares of the company were gaining $2.36 to $70.46. MainSource Financial Group ( MSFG), a banking and financial-services company, was lower after it completed the acquisition of Union Community Bancorp. Shares of MainSource lost 16 cents, or 0.9%, at $18.41. Prudential initiated coverage on discount broker Charles Schwab ( SCHW)with a neutral rating. Shares of Schwab were lower by 23 cents, or 1.3%, at $17.90. Fund manager Eaton Vance ( EV) was gaining 3% following an upgrade from Keefe Bruyette & Woods. Eaton Vance had its rating lifted to outperform from market-perform, and its stock was higher by 82 cents at $27.83.