|Bid||151.230 x 100|
|Ask||151.310 x 100|
|Day's Range||150.001 - 151.655|
|52 Week Range||113.270 - 155.290|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.26|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.64 (1.74%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Financials are bouncing back after selling off yesterday. What's the biggest thing to watch in the markets today? Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss.
Bitcoin is taking its first steps toward becoming a legitimate investment vehicle with the creation of futures contracts in the crypto-currency this month, moves which may also allow it to infect wider financial market stability for the first time. Although the financial world simply does not have enough exposure to the sector to cause concern right now, growing participation of hedge funds and their banks via the new futures creates a link and risk that a bursting of what many see a gigantic bubble could leak into other markets. In some 'worst case' scenarios, it could be the trigger for a correction across global equity markets that have seemed impervious to pretty much all other risks for the past two years.
The No. 1 cryptocurrency touched a fresh record on Friday after a mostly subdued week, with CME Group Inc. set to follow rival Cboe Global Markets Inc. with a bitccoin futures contract on Sunday. The spot ...
Bitcoin prices rebounded on Friday from a weaker prior session, with $18,000 a possibility once again.
Investing.com - Virtual currency bitcoin pushed higher on Thursday after ending the previous session lower, while bitcoin futures were slightly higher in thin trade on the Cboe Futures Exchange.
CME Group Inc veteran Kim Taylor will retire from the world's largest exchange group at the end of the year, she said in an emailed statement to Reuters on Wednesday. Taylor, who serves as president and head of clearing and post-trade services, is one of the CME Group's longest-serving executives and a member of the management team. A CME Group spokeswoman confirmed Taylor's retirement but declined to comment further.
LONDON/NEW YORK, Dec 13 (Reuters) - As bitcoin raced to another record high on Tuesday, one of the biggest providers of digital currency wallets, Coinbase, went down under the weight of traffic, leaving many of its more than 10 million customers unable to access their funds. At the same time, Bitfinex, the world's biggest bitcoin exchange by trading volume, said it was under a heavy denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, meaning its servers had been intentionally flooded with junk online requests, taking down its website and crippling its services. The latest outages show how the market infrastructure for an immature and volatile instrument that millions of investors have piled into may be ill-equipped to cope with sudden shifts in demand, which is worrying some investors.
Investing.com -Virtual currency bitcoin was lower on Wednesday, easing back from the previous day’s record highs, while bitcoin futures were also down amid low volumes on the Cboe Futures Exchange.
Margin requirements for CME Group Inc. bitcoin futures will be 47 percent next week when the contracts start trading, an increase from the previous plan.