|Bid||97.08 x 3500|
|Ask||97.12 x 14200|
|Day's Range||96.72 - 98.52|
|52 Week Range||74.27 - 100.25|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.89|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.63 (2.44%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse is considering the launch of a bitcoin future on its Eurex derivative exchange, a spokesman said on Wednesday. It will take "some ...
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Boerse, the German stock exchange operator, experienced a short disruption on its Xetra trading platform early on Wednesday, but trading started as normal at 0800 GMT. Deutsche ...
Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) Chairman Joachim Faber is considering quitting as head of the exchange operator's supervisory board as early as in 2019, Handelsblatt reported, citing sources in the finance industry. Faber, who has chaired the company's 12-member controlling panel since May 2012, used a meeting with investors in London to discuss the possibility of an early departure, the German business daily reported late on Wednesday. Frankfurt-based Deutsche Boerse declined to comment.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Boerse has agreed to launch a new share buy back worth roughly 200 million euros (£176.4 million), the German stock exchange operator said in a statement on Tuesday. The ...
Germany's financial markets watchdog BaFin is questioning Deutsche Boerse over how it communicated the appointment of Theodor Weimer as chief executive, the regulator said on Friday. The stock exchange last month named UniCredit banker Weimer as CEO-designate. BaFin has asked Deutsche Boerse for information on the timing of the disclosure, a spokeswoman for the regulator said, confirming a report by weekly Wirtschaftswoche.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - About 20 banks have signed up to Deutsche Boerse's (DB1Gn.DE) profit-sharing scheme on interest rate swaps at its clearing business, the company said on Monday. The programme, announced ...
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Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) named UniCredit banker Theodor Weimer as its new CEO on Thursday to steer the company away from an insider trading investigation and move on from a failed merger with the London Stock Exchange. Weimer, who headed UniCredit's (CRDI.MI) business in Germany, will take the reins from Carsten Kengeter, who resigned from the German exchange operator amid an ongoing insider trading investigation.
Financial markets face Brexit day upheaval if clearing houses in Britain are abruptly cut off from continental customers, a senior JPMorgan bank official said on Wednesday. Sally Dewar, international head of regulatory affairs at the U.S. bank, said that without European Union recognition of UK clearers before Britain's departure from the bloc in March 2019, there could be significant market disruption. Under current EU rules, a British clearing house could not obtain this recognition until after Brexit.
Theodor Weimer, the head of Unicredit's (CRDI.MI) German unit, is a serious contender to take the helm of Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE), a person familiar with the search said on Wednesday. The German stock exchange operator is hoping to fill the role by the end of the year. The current CEO, Carsten Kengeter, is stepping down amid an ongoing insider trading investigation, though he denies wrongdoing.
Deutsche Boerse's (DB1Gn.DE) board has a shortlist of potential candidates for chief executive and hopes to make a final decision before the end of the year, the board's chairman said in an interview with a German newspaper published on Sunday. "We have a shortlist with a handful of potentially qualified candidates that we are now going through quickly," he said.
The search is already on for a new chief of Deutsche Boerse with the aim of finding a candidate by the end of the year, the company's finance chief told analysts on Friday. On Thursday, the German exchange operator announced that its embattled chief executive Carsten Kengeter was stepping down amid continuing allegations of insider trading - allegations that both Kengeter and Deutsche Boerse say are unfounded. Kengeter, who will stay on as CEO in the interim, is an ambitious ex-investment banker who just months into his short tenure was designing a bold merger with the London Stock Exchange to create a global titan in the industry.
Deutsche Boerse's (DB1Gn.DE) embattled chief executive Carsten Kengeter is stepping down amid continuing allegations of insider trading, the German exchange operator announced on Thursday, hours before the company issued a profit warning. Deutsche Boerse's supervisory board accepted Kengeter's offer to resign at an extraordinary meeting on Thursday. Deutsche Boerse said that the resignation was "in order to allow the company to focus its energy back onto clients, business and growth and to avoid further burdens caused by the ongoing investigation".
Deutsche Boerse's supervisory board will meet on Thursday to discuss the future of Carsten Kengeter after a court setback for the CEO in an insider trading inquiry, a source close to the situation said. A settlement deal that would have ended the probe was blocked by a court on Monday, leading Deutsche Boerse supervisory board chairman Joachim Faber to break off a trip to China and return to Frankfurt, the person said on Tuesday. Kengeter, who denies any wrongdoing, made share purchases worth 4.5 million euros shortly before formal merger talks between Deutsche Boerse and the London Stock Exchange were announced in early 2016.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Boerse's (DB1Gn.DE) supervisory board will meet on Thursday to consider the fate of Carsten Kengeter, a source said on Tuesday, after the embattled CEO suffered a court setback ...
European Union regulators need temporary fixes in place to prevent market distortions in case banks based in Britain face a Brexit without a deal, Germany's financial watchdog said. Britain's EU departure in 2019 "certainly won't be a piece of cake" and given that five rounds of divorce talks have not made enough progress, regulators must assume a "cliff edge situation", Felix Hufeld, president of BaFin, said.
European Union banking regulators need temporary fixes in case UK-based banks face a cliff-edge after Brexit in 2019 and potentially create dangerous market distortions, Germany's top financial regulator said on Tuesday. Felix Hufeld, president of BaFin, said that coping with Britain's departure "certainly won't be a piece of cake". Given that five rounds of divorce negotiations between the EU and Britain have not made enough progress on what happens after Brexit, regulators must assume that Britain could be facing a "cliff edge situation", he said.
Xavier Rolet, chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group, will step down at the end of next year, just under a decade after he took charge and transformed the company with a string of deals. Rolet has broadened the exchange's focus beyond share trading into derivatives and data through these acquisitions, including clearing house LCH and global indexes firm Russell. Rolet, who joined the group from Lehman Brothers, said last year that he would leave if a merger with Deutsche Boerse went through.