|Bid||211.11 x 800|
|Ask||211.28 x 900|
|Day's Range||210.54 - 212.89|
|52 Week Range||161.05 - 224.91|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.12|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||41.15|
|Earnings Date||Oct 30, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.00 (1.42%)|
|1y Target Est||210.07|
CHICAGO , Sept. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced it will launch options on its Bitcoin futures contracts in Q1 2020, pending ...
CHICAGO , Sept. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CME Group Inc. will announce earnings for the third quarter of 2019 before the markets open on Wednesday, October 30 , 2019. Written highlights for the quarter ...
The European Union should provide clarity on when it will intervene in a foreign clearing house for derivatives to avoid potentially impeding cross-border co-ordination among supervisors, a senior U.S. regulator said on Thursday. Dawn Stump, a commissioner at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, said the EU should put more trust in the home regulators of foreign clearing houses or central counterparties (CCPs) that serve customers from the bloc. "We must acknowledge that no single regulator is capable of overseeing markets in every corner of the world," Stump told a conference held by global derivatives industry body ISDA.
LONDON and NEW YORK , Sept. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- EBS, a leading provider of electronic trading platforms and technology services in foreign exchange markets, today announced it is launching a next-generation ...
CHICAGO , Sept. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) futures reached a daily volume ...
Even as investors say the chance of a Fed interest rate cut on Wednesday’s meeting is close to a 100%, the CME’s FedWatch tool says otherwise.
London-based exchange Aquis said its new share trading platform in Paris will operate from Nov. 1 if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal, to accelerate a shift in markets from London to the bloc. Britain is due to quit the EU on Oct. 31, but has yet to agree a divorce settlement with Brussels.
US prosecutors have charged three JPMorgan metal traders with a “massive, multiyear scheme” to manipulate markets and warned they were continuing to probe higher echelons at the largest US bank. Michael Nowak, head of precious metals trading, was charged on Monday along with two colleagues, Gregg Smith and Christopher Jordan, on federal racketeering charges normally used to take down organised crime syndicates.
Overlapping British and European Union share trading rules would damage markets "to no good end" and can be avoided if the bloc is more accommodative, Britain's top markets watchdog said on Monday. Britain is due to leave the EU on Oct. 31, but has yet to agree a divorce settlement with the bloc. "It is therefore easy to conclude that for those shares, market liquidity would be damaged to no good end," Financial Conduct Authority Chief Executive Andrew Bailey said in a speech at Bloomberg.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil traders and analysts expect prices to jump at least $5 a barrel Monday after a strike on a key facility cut Saudi Arabia’s production by half, pulling some 5% of world supply off the market.Saudi Aramco lost about 5.7 million barrels per day of output after several unmanned aerial vehicles on Saturday struck the world’s biggest crude-processing facility in Abqaiq and the kingdom’s second-biggest oil field in Khurais. Saudi Arabia is likely to restore almost half the oil production lost, though a full resumption may take weeks. The Trump administration is ready to deploy the nation’s emergency oil reserves and help stabilize markets if needed.Trading starts at 6 p.m. New York time. In early currency moves in Asia, the Norwegian krone and Canadian dollar strengthened -- both are exposed to oil sentiment.Oil sank 2.1% in London to $60.22 a barrel last week and 3% in New York to $54.85, amid concerns that slowing demand growth may augur another supply glut. Geopolitics wasn’t much of a concern in traders’ minds, but that’s all changed now.“There is almost no geopolitical risk priced into oil markets,” Joseph McMonigle, senior energy analyst at Hedgeye Risk Management LLC, said in a note. Markets have been “focused solely on the macro and trade narratives,” he said.How Long?While most analysts agree that prices will spike initially, the duration of the outage is key. Saudi Arabia has millions of barrels stored in locations around the world, which they can draw down to replace the lost production. A rally could also be tempered if the U.S. and other countries release oil from their strategic reserves to ease the shortfall.“We would expect markets opening up at or near the circuit breaking limit of 7%” unless the Saudis say the damage isn’t too bad, Phil Flynn, senior market analyst at Price Futures Group Inc., said by phoneIf WTI jumps 7% from Friday’s settlement, or $3.84 a barrel, in early trading, a circuit-breaker will kick in, pausing trading for two minutes, according to the CME Group website.“The immediate impact on crude prices could be around $10 a barrel and we expect the impact could be around 5 dollars for weeks, as the situation in the Middle East just got more fragile,” Bjørnar Tonhaugen, head of oil market analysis at Rystad Energy, said by email“We do NOT expect a shock in the market and prices as an effect of the drone attack on Saudi oil facilities, because the market is fully supplied,” Sara Vakhshouri, analyst at SVB Energy, said by email. The price rise Monday will be based on uncertainty over damage and duration of the outage, and fear of the possibility of repeat events, she saidClearView Energy Partners LLC sees potential for prices to rise $10 a barrel, assuming a three-week shutdown, according to a note to clients. If damage turns out to be extensive and the outage is extended, they expect a loosening of OPEC+ supplies and a coordinated release of strategic reserves from the U.S. and elsewhere.“Brent could go to $80 tomorrow, while WTI could go to $75,” said Sandy Fielden, director of research for Morningstar Inc. “But that would depend on Aramco’s 48-hour update. The supply problem won’t be clear right away since the Saudis can still deliver from inventory.”“The initial move higher will depend on the strength of short-covering,” Ole Hansen, head of commodities strategy at Saxo Bank A/S in Copenhagen, said by email. “We finished last week on a weak note after monthly oil market reports pointed to a prolonged supply glut.”Brent may rise more than WTI, as the potential for release from the SPR and growing domestic production could restrain the U.S. benchmark. Bloomberg Intelligence sees Brent climbing back toward levels last seen in April.What Bloomberg Intelligence Says“Brent should regain much of the premium lost to West Texas Intermediate over the past few months. Rapidly increasing U.S. supply, the likelihood of releasing crude from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and potential for a ban on exports should provide a greater boost to the benchmark.”Mike McGlone, commodity strategistHeavy, high-sulfur crudes will also likely be in demand due to the type of oil that was taken off the market:Andy Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates LLC in Houston, on Dubai: “I would expect sour crude differentials to get stronger given the Saudis exports are heavier and have higher sulfur crudes”(Adds analyst comments)\--With assistance from Mahmoud Habboush, Sheela Tobben, Stephen Cunningham, Javier Blas, Grant Smith and Robert Tuttle.To contact the reporter on this story: David Marino in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: David Marino at email@example.com, James Ludden, Linus ChuaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
CME is "laser focused" on the integration of its recent $5 billion acquisition of UK-based financial technology company NEX and growing its core franchise, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Terry Duffy said in an interview in New York. Duffy said he was not surprised by Hong Kong's interest in LSE, which is separately pursuing a $27 billion deal to buy data company Refinitiv, but added that the premium for the centuries-old British bourse was getting pretty high.
CME Group Inc said on Wednesday it would launch two new Shanghai gold futures contracts on Oct. 14, pending regulatory approvals. Additionally, the Shanghai Gold Exchange will launch new T+N contracts on Oct. 14, which would be linked to COMEX gold futures Asia spot prices and denominated in yuan, CME said.
- Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) to Introduce New T+N Contracts Linked to COMEX Gold Futures Asia Spot Prices CHICAGO and SHANGHAI , Sept. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CME Group, the world's leading and most ...
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Cboe Global's (CBOE) Options, Futures and U.S. Equities volume reflect year-over-year increase in August. However, European Equities and global forex decline.
CHICAGO , Sept. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CME Group announced today that John Pietrowicz , Chief Financial Officer, and Jack Tobin , Chief Accounting Officer, will present at the Barclays Global Financial ...
More than one hundred asset managers, trading platforms and investment firms in London have so far obtained licences to run new hubs in the European Union after Brexit, a top EU regulator said on Thursday. Licences are granted by national regulators but the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) ensures they don't offer sweeteners to UK-based firms that want a base to serve EU clients after Britain leaves the bloc, currently scheduled for Oct. 31. The number of authorisations is above 100," ESMA Chair Steven Maijoor told Reuters during a visit to London.