|Bid||0.00 x 3500|
|Ask||0.00 x 14200|
|Day's Range||109.50 - 112.60|
|52 Week Range||79.10 - 112.60|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||23.87|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.45 (2.21%)|
|1y Target Est||107.83|
Germany's financial markets watchdog is investigating whether Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) should have provided more information to investors during its search for a new chief executive, with a ruling against the company potentially leading to a fine. A spokeswoman for the BaFin watchdog said it was looking into whether the German stock exchange operator should have publicly disclosed that a personnel committee on the supervisory board had on Nov. 13 narrowed its CEO search to two candidates. On Nov. 16, Deutsche Boerse announced that Theodor Weimer would be its new chief executive officer.
Deutsche Börse could be on the hook to pay its former chief executive Carsten Kengeter another €9m over the next four years, the German stock exchange revealed on Monday. Mr Kengeter, the architect of ...
Many key European bond and stocks futures, including German Bund futures and DAX futures, did not open for trading on Friday as the Eurex trading system was hit by technical issues. German Bund futures, which allow investors to hedge against German government bonds, Italian BTP futures and French OAT futures were all down. As a result, trading in government bonds is extremely thin, most likely because investors are unable to hedge their investments, DZ Bank strategist Daniel Lenz said.
Deutsche Börse, the German exchanges operator, faced “serious issues” on Friday that caused a delay in the opening of equities and futures trading. The group said in an update to traders it had faced a ...
In December 2017, Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft (XTRA:DB1) released its most recent earnings announcement, which confirmed that the company gained from a robust tailwind, leading to a double-digit earnings growth ofRead More...
Stock exchanges should talk to each other and have safeguards in place to mitigate bouts of extreme market volatility that can undermine investor confidence, global securities regulators proposed on Wednesday. The International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) set out draft recommendations for public consultation on Wednesday to stop big market moves becoming disorderly. Changes have already been made nationally in recent years, but IOSCO aims for a more consistent approach across financial markets and to share best practices.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Covestro (1COV.DE), a maker of materials for insulation foams and transparent plastics, will replace broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Media (PSMGn.DE) on Germany's blue-chip DAX index (.GDAXI), ...
Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) is aiming to win a quarter of the lucrative euro clearing market from London as Britain leaves the European Union, the German stock exchange operator's new chief executive said on Wednesday. Theodor Weimer also said he was reviewing the company's strategy and costs, and would provide details in late May. He added acquisitions could be part of his plans, with 1.3 billion euros (1.15 billion pounds) on hand. The comments at an annual press conference are the most extensive since Weimer took over as CEO at the start of the year.
Deutsche Boerse CEO Theodor Weimer speaks to Bloomberg's Nicolas Comfort from Frankfurt. Weimer said the company has it sights on a quarter of the euro-clearing market next year, and said the market is ...
Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) posted a 26 percent rise in net profit in the fourth quarter of 2017, and the German stock exchange operator said it expects a 10 percent rise in 2018 net profit despite missing its 2017 target amid weak markets. Net profit in the quarter rose to 213.6 million euros ($263.6 million), above expectations of 192 million euros forecast in a Reuters poll of banks and brokerages. For the full year, profit rose 6 percent to 857.1 million euros, well under its goal of a 10 to 15 percent rise.
U.S. regulators on Thursday killed the politically sensitive sale of the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) to a group led by China-based investors, saying a lack of information on the would-be buyers threatened the ability to properly monitor the exchange after the deal. The move by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ends a two-year battle to gain approval for the sale and underscores the more hostile environment facing Chinese buyers under the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump. Trump brought the CHX deal up twice during the election campaign as an example of how jobs and wealth were leaving the United States.
Credit rating agencies and trade repositories licensed in the European Union must show by the end of this year they could cope with Britain crashing out of the bloc without a trading deal, the EU's markets watchdog said on Thursday. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), which authorises all ratings agencies and trade repositories in the bloc, said its work on Brexit would be key this year.
Credit rating agencies and trade repositories licensed in the European Union must show by the end of this year they could cope with Britain crashing out of the bloc without a trading deal, the EU's markets watchdog said on Thursday. The European Securities and Markets Authority, which is responsible for authorising all ratings agencies and trade respositories in the bloc, said its work on Brexit will be key this year. "By the end of the year, all supervised entities should be ready if the UK leaves the EU under a cliff-edge scenario," ESMA said in a statement.
Germany's stock market operator is looking into changes that would allow members of its TecDax (.TECDAX) technology index to also join other indexes, such as the midcap MDAX, which are more popular with index-tracking funds. Under the proposals published on Deutsche Boerse's (DB1Gn.DE) website, DAX blue-chips such as software giant SAP (SAPG.DE) could also enter the TecDax, while TecDax members such as United Internet (UTDI.DE) could qualify for the MDAX or small-cap SDAX.
A tougher test is needed when deciding if clearing of euro denominated assets conducted outside the European Union should be relocated to the bloc, a senior EU lawmaker said on Friday. The draft law is seen by Britain as an attack on the City of London financial district where an arm of the London Stock Exchange clears the bulk of euro denominated assets. LCH and its regulator, the Bank of England, have warned that forced relocation would mean fragmenting markets in Europe, bumping up costs and potentially seeing the activity shift to New York.
Clearing house ICE Clear Europe may need to bolster its defences against extreme market shocks and customer defaults after a sector-wide test of resilience, the European Union's securities watchdog said on Friday. ICE Clear Europe, part of Intercontinental Exchange, said it will review and incorporate the test results into its stress-testing and risk management framework, as appropriate. Clearing houses, which process more trades as a result of reforms aimed at making markets safer after the financial crisis, must have a default fund to ensure the completion of a stock, bond or derivatives trade even if one side goes bust.
Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE), the German stock exchange operator, will invest 18.5 million euros (£16.3 million) by 2020 in Frankfurt's historic stock exchange building, a familiar backdrop for TV broadcasts on German markets and the economy. The renovation is an effort by Deutsche Boerse, which detailed its plans on Monday, to cultivate local ties after a failed merger last year with London Stock Exchange (LSE.L) and part of a push to try to attract more retail investors. "We are drawing the attention for issuers, institutional investors, private investors and the public more strongly to Frankfurt," said Chief Executive Officer Theodor Weimer.
Deutsche Boerse's (DB1Gn.DE) derivatives exchange Eurex said on Friday it would end its trading activities in Switzerland following a regulatory change there, diverting all activity for its global clients through Frankfurt. Eurex also said it had decided not to establish a separately regulated unit in Singapore.
Britain's departure from the European Union offers an historic opportunity for Deutsche Boerse to expand its business and to secure a larger portion of the euro clearing business, the exchange's new chief executive said on Monday. Theodor Weimer assumed the helm of the German stock exchange at the start of the year aiming to open a new chapter after the Deutsche Boerse was beset by an insider trading scandal, a failed merger with its London counterpart and a profit warning. The changing of the guard comes at an important moment for Deutsche Boerse.
Deutsche Boerse has launched an index that tracks companies that are leaders in artificial intelligence (AI) by using an algorithm to identify early adopters of the technology. Companies in the index include Apple, Deutsche Telekom, Bank of America and Facebook, the German stock exchange operator said on Monday. It said it had found a way to identify AI-related patent filings to select the 200 companies that compose the index, called the AI STOXX Global Artificial Intelligence Index.
Iran's central bank, Bank Markazi, has filed a suit in Luxembourg against Deutsche Boerse's Clearstream unit seeking to recover $4.9 billion (£3.5 billion) in assets plus interest, the German stock exchange operator said on Thursday. The assets, frozen on suspicion of terror financing and in part paid to victims, include $1.9 billion turned over to plaintiffs in the United States following a 2013 court order as well as $2 billion that is subject to further litigation by U.S. plaintiffs in the United States and Luxembourg. "Clearstream believes the complaint against it to be without merit," Deutsche Boerse said in a statement.
Trade repositories in the European Union must do more to show that their fees are driven by actual costs to help customers decide which one to use, the bloc's markets watchdog said on Thursday. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) authorises eight repositories that banks and other market participants must use to record derivatives trades. Data from trade repositories (TRs) is scrutinised by regulators to see who is behind each trade and whether risks are building up in the system.