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The first marijuana exchange traded fund to list on a U.S. exchange debuted Tuesday with the launch of the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF (NYSE: MJX ). Previously, the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF was ...
Would-be bitcoin ETF investors are in wait-and-see mode as the Securities and Exchange Commission reconsiders whether to allow the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund to come to fruition. To the dismay of many, the SEC rejected the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF (COIN) in a March 10 decision, citing a lack of regulation and surveillance-sharing agreements between exchanges.
Bats said last week that it would offer brokers a type of order that gives them the same prices as the closing auctions for NYSE and Nasdaq listed securities.
The New York Stock Exchange has urged its members to denounce a plan by rival exchange operator Bats to compete for end-of-day orders of NYSE-listed companies, saying it would make it harder to get trades done and would distort stock prices. Bats, the No. 2 U.S. stock exchange operator, said last week it plans to offer brokers a type of order that would give them the same prices as the closing auctions for NYSE- and Nasdaq-listed securities, but with lower execution fees. "The proposed order type will harm one of the most relied-upon aspects of modern market structure, the closing auction," Stacey Cunningham, NYSE's chief operating officer, said in a letter to traders on Tuesday, which was obtained by Reuters.
CBOE Holdings, Inc.'s (CBOE) first-quarter 2017 adjusted earnings of 78 cents per share beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 68 cents by 14.7%.
New York (Reuters) – The No. 2 U.S. exchange operator Bats said on Monday it plans to offer a cheaper alternative to the closing auctions for New York Stock Exchange- and Nasdaq-listed securities, taking aim at one of the busiest and most lucrative trading periods of the day.
No. 2 U.S. exchange operator Bats said on Monday it plans to offer a cheaper alternative to the closing auctions for New York Stock Exchange- and Nasdaq-listed securities, taking aim at one of the busiest and most-lucrative trading periods of the day. Bats, owned by CBOE Holdings (CBOE.O), said its end-of-day matching process for non-Bats listed securities was in response to frustration voiced by industry participants toward rising closing auction trading fees on other exchanges. Closing auctions attract massive volume from fund managers that price their assets to the closing prices of listing exchanges and execute the bulk of their orders at that time.
As the minutes tick down to 4 p.m. each trading day, a crucial process plays out in the U.S. stock market. Bats Global Markets wants to shake up how it works.
Deutsche Boerse delivered a sharp rise in net profit in the first quarter and said it would buy back shares as it sought to appease disgruntled investors following its failed merger attempt with London Stock Exchange Group. The German exchange operator, which was forced to ditch a planned merger with LSE last month, also reaffirmed its outlook of "double-digit earnings growth" for the full year, despite merger costs that totalled 76.2 million euros ($83 million). It said on Wednesday that net profit rose 39.5 percent to 286 million euros in the first quarter from a year earlier, lifted by the sale of a stake in BATS Global Markets.