T8Q.F - CMC Markets Plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
1.1600
-0.0240 (-2.03%)
At close: 9:10AM CEST
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Previous Close1.1840
Open1.1600
Bid1.1800 x 260000
Ask1.2380 x 250000
Day's Range1.1600 - 1.1600
52 Week Range0.8670 - 1.8360
Volume1,000
Avg. Volume15
Market Cap335.924M
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.33
PE Ratio (TTM)7.84
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.02 (1.97%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-01
1y Target EstN/A
  • CMC shares hit record low on profit warning as finance chief plans exit
    Reuters

    CMC shares hit record low on profit warning as finance chief plans exit

    The profit warning dragged down shares in Britain's biggest online trading firms IG Group and Plus500 Ltd. Regulators are tightening rules on products that allow anyone with a bank card to make highly leveraged bets on financial markets through apps and online platforms. CMC Markets said it expected net operating income of 131 million pounds ($172.17 million) for the year to March 31, compared with 187.1 million pounds a year before.

  • Reuters

    CMC Markets cuts CFD and spreadbet revenue target, shares fall 20 percent

    The statement came just hours after Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said the European Securities and Markets Authority's temporary curbs on contracts-for-difference (CFD) will become part of the UK domestic law when it leaves the EU on March 29. CMC expects its quarterly CFD and spreadbet revenue to fall 25-35 percent compared with a prior forecast of a 20 percent drop, it said in an unscheduled trading update on Friday. Shares of CMC touched a two-year low, falling over 20 percent to 93.2 pence by 1457 GMT after the company called the first two of 2019 "challenging".

  • Trade tensions drive client activity at CMC
    Reuters

    Trade tensions drive client activity at CMC

    The company - headed by Peter Cruddas, one of the City of London's most prominent supporters of Britain's exit from the European Union - said retail client activity remained steady with client money remaining at similar levels to the first half despite the regulatory clamp-down. "After the first full quarter following the introduction of the ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority) measures, we now have a better understanding of changing client behaviour and are adapting our model accordingly," Cruddas said in a statement. FTSE 250 firm CMC and its rivals have been struggling as regulators in European Union and Britain tighten rules on sale of products that earlier let retail clients make risky bets.

  • Reuters

    Tighter regulation to hit CMC Markets' income; shares slump

    Shares in CMC Markets (CMCX.L) lost a fifth of their value after it warned that curbs on client trading will hit full year income harder than expected, the latest blow to London's online trading firms that have faced scrutiny from global regulators. CMC and its rivals, such as IG (IGG.L), have been in focus as regulators tighten rules on products which allowed anyone with a bank card to make highly-leveraged bets on financial markets via apps and online platforms. CMC, headed by Peter Cruddas, one of the City of London's most prominent supporters of Britain's exit from the European Union, said on Tuesday that its second quarter had also been hurt by sustained low market volatility.