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XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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94.74-0.79 (-0.83%)
As of 3:52PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close95.53
Open95.29
Bid94.71 x 3500
Ask94.76 x 14200
Day's Range94.60 - 95.79
52 Week Range66.11 - 98.42
Volume141,837
Avg. Volume399,701
Market Cap17.7B
Beta0.71
PE Ratio (TTM)13.13
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield2.63 (2.51%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-18
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters10 days ago

    EU to tighten grip on euro clearing after Brexit

    LONDON/BRUSSELS June 13 (Reuters) - The European Union plans to give itself powers to move euro clearing business away from London's financial sector to the EU after Brexit and adopt a model closer to that operated by the United States, the bloc's executive said on Tuesday. The financial industry has warned that forced "relocation" would split markets, bump up trading costs and diminish the status of the euro -- as well as threaten thousands of jobs in the City of London. The draft EU law would, as a last resort, force euro-denominated clearing business to shift from London if the volume was deemed by Brussels to be systemically important.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    LSE says splitting euro clearing would create rump EU market

    Shifting clearing of euro-denominated derivatives from London to the European continent would create an "illiquid rump" market that costs customers more, the London Stock Exchange Group's Chief Executive Xavier Rolet said on Monday. The European Union's executive European Commission is due to publish a draft law on Tuesday on how the clearing of euro-denominated financial instruments should be handled after Brexit. LSE subsidiary LCH currently clears the bulk of euro-denominated interest rate swaps, a derivative contract that helps companies to guard against unexpected moves in interest rates or currencies.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Derivatives body warns EU against moving euro clearing from London

    Shifting clearing of euro-denominated derivatives from London to the European continent would require banks to set aside far more cash to insure trades against defaults, a cost that would be passed on to companies, a global derivatives industry body says. The European Union's executive European Commission is due to publish a draft law on Tuesday on how the clearing of euro denominated financial instruments should be handled after Brexit. The London Stock Exchange's subsidiary LCH currently clears the bulk of euro-denominated swaps, a derivative contract that helps companies guard against unexpected moves in interest rates or currencies.