|Bid||22.76 x N/A|
|Ask||23.44 x N/A|
|Day's Range||23.16 - 23.42|
|52 Week Range||20.50 - 26.60|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.31|
|Earnings Date||Oct 31, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.97 (8.60%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Cboe Europe's new share trading hub, which launched in Amsterdam on Tuesday, has attracted light trading so far, giving nervous regulators and policymakers in Britain few clues on how much activity will eventually leave London after Brexit. Faced with the possibility of a no-deal Brexit or patchy UK access to the European Union's financial markets in future, London-based pan-European Cboe built a Dutch hub to ensure continuity for EU clients. Volume in Amsterdam has been tiny.
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Aquis Exchange has revised its no-deal Brexit strategy in an effort to steal a march on rivals in the face of curbs on where investors can buy and sell stocks. The pan-European stock trading platform said on Tuesday that customers would be able to trade EU27 listed stocks in London as well as on its new Paris platform from Monday morning if the UK leaves the European Union without an exit deal. UK and Swiss shares would continue to be offered in London only.
Britain's Financial Conduct Authority is expected to match a European Union share trading ban under a no-deal Brexit, the chief executive of Aquis Exchange said on Wednesday. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) said last month that if Britain leaves the bloc without a deal, asset managers and other investors based in the EU would have to trade over 6,200 shares, including 14 listed in London, on platforms inside the bloc. "I would expect the FCA to bring in some form of share trading obligation which matches the ESMA's share trading obligation for a no-deal Brexit," Aquis Exchange Chief Executive Alasdair Haynes told Reuters.
The European Union's markets watchdog began its third stress test of 16 clearing houses on Wednesday, saying it was adding a new requirement and that three British clearers won't take part if there is a no-deal Brexit. Clearing houses stand between the two sides of a stock, bond and derivatives trade, ensuring its safe and swift completion even if one side goes bust. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) said the new component will assess the impact of liquidation costs or ability of a clearing house member to sell large positions to raise funds in stressed markets.
The European Union's financial services chief has told regulators to prioritise work on an instrument to collect share prices for investors to find the cheapest deals. The instrument, known as a "consolidated tape", has long been a cherished goal for users of Europe's fragmented stock markets currently faced with about 20 trading venues, some offering the same stocks. The tape distributes real time trade and quotes from trading venues in the market.
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Stock exchanges in Europe are not harming markets or gouging customers with the fees they charge for data, an industry-commissioned report said on Thursday. The report from consultants Oxera for the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE) wants to counter accusations from investment funds that "monopoly" bourses were continually hiking fees for market data to lift profits. Investment firms have called on the EU's markets watchdog ESMA to review market data fees charged by exchanges, saying they keep on rising despite falling costs of computing and data storage.
The hardline stance by European Union regulators on share trading could split markets and damage prices for investors if there is a no-deal Brexit next week, a top exchanges industry official said on Wednesday. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) on Tuesday identified 6,200 shares that EU investors can only trade inside the bloc if Britain left without a deal on March 29. Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) hit back, saying that ESMA's stance risked disrupting markets, raising fears of a tit-for-tat move to force UK customers to trade EU shares only in London and thereby splitting liquidity.
The European Union's markets watchdog published guidance on Tuesday identifying which shares investors in the bloc could no longer trade in London if there is a hard Brexit next week. Britain is due to leave the EU on March 29, but it has yet to agree a divorce settlement and "standstill" transition deal with the bloc. The UK is now expected to ask for a delay to Brexit.
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