CHICAGO, July 31- CME Group Inc, the world's largest futures market operator, reported lower-than-expected second-quarter earnings on Thursday, blaming low levels of volatility for weak trading volumes.» Read More
MUMBAI, Feb 7- The Indian Commodity Exchange is set to fold due to plummetting trading volume as a result of the government's failure to liberalise and investors retreat from futures markets after a major financial scandal at another exchange last year.
Feb 6- Exchange operator BATS Global Markets said on Thursday it would outsource part of the surveillance of its four U.S. stock markets to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, expanding the industry-funded watchdog's oversight to nearly all equities markets.
Feb 6- BATS Global Markets Inc said Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the self-regulatory arm of the brokerage industry, will provide cross-market surveillance services to BATS' four stock exchanges. Following the agreement with BATS, FINRA will now conduct surveillance across 99 percent of the market for U.S. listed equities.
TORONTO, Feb 5- TMX Group Ltd, the owner of Canada's main stock exchange, on Wednesday reported a fourth-quarter profit well above analysts' estimates as trading activity showed early signs of recovery.
Net income attributable to Nasdaq totaled $141 million, or 81 cents per share, up from $85 million, or 50 cents per share, a year earlier. Not including one-time items, the New York- based company earned 69 cents per share, topping the consensus of analysts by 2 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
Feb 5- TMX Group Ltd, the owner of Canada's main stock exchange, reported a fourth-quarter profit that comfortably beat analysts' estimate as trading activity improved.
Feb 5- TMX Group Ltd, the owner of Canada's main stock exchange, reported a 27 percent rise in fourth-quarter net profit as trading activity gained momentum. Net profit attributable to the company's equity holders rose to C $41.4 million, or 77 Canadian cents per share, from C $32.6 million, or 61 Canadian cents per share.
CHICAGO, Feb 4- Exchange-operator CME Group Inc reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday as trading in its flagship interest rate contracts surged 29 percent.
CHICAGO, Feb 4- Exchange operator CME Group Inc reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday as trading in its flagship interest rate contracts surged 29 percent. The quarterly profit still fell short of analysts' expectations amid a drop in the average fee paid per contract to CME, which owns the Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
CHICAGO, Feb 4- CME Group Inc reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday as the exchange operator's average daily trading volume rose 11 percent from a year earlier. Net profit in the fourth quarter rose to $193.1 million, or 58 cents a share, from $166.8 million a year earlier, or 50 cents a share. Revenue increased to $687 million from $660.9 million.
CHICAGO, Feb 3- CME Group Inc has asked a U.S. judge to toss out charges brought by regulators alleging that the exchange operator is liable for two former employees accused of leaking details on clients' trades.
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