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  • FRANKFURT, April 26- Deutsche Boerse delivered a sharp rise in net profit in the first quarter and said it would buy back shares as it sought to appease disgruntled investors following its failed merger attempt with London Stock Exchange Group. "Thanks to our diversified business model and effective cost management we were able to compensate low equity market...

  • Markets open higher, Street eyes earnings and Trump tax plan

    CNBC's Seema Mody takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading, including another record in the Nasdaq while U.S. Steel drops sharply and oil prices slide.

  • Markets' record gains all about earnings: Pro

    David Lebovitz, JPMorgan Asset Management, and Jason Bloom, PowerShares by Invesco, provide insight to the rally in stocks and whether they are seeing value in the markets.

  • Nasdaq CEO: Earning, Europe and tax reform lifting market higher

    Adena Friedman, Nasdaq president & CEO, talks about what's lifting the Nasdaq to record levels and shares her outlook on IPOs.

  • April 26- Nasdaq Inc posted a 28 percent rise in quarterly profit as the transatlantic exchange operator benefited from its acquisitions. Nasdaq's net income increased to $169 million, or 99 cents per share, in the first quarter ended March 31, from $132 million, or 78 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue rose 9.2 percent to $583 million.

  • Earnings power markets to record levels

    Michael Tyler, Eastern Bank Wealth Management, and JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade, talk about those factors pushing stocks to new highs. Positive earnings are driving market momentum, says Kinahan.

  • Nasdaq's long road to 6K

    The "Squawk on the Street" team talks about the Nasdaq crossing the 6,000 mark for the first time.

  • Stocks ended the trading session lower on Wednesday

    The Dow fell about 119 points and the S&P dropped four points while the Nasdaq closed about 14 points to the upside.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, April 17, 2017

    Today's bell ringers are Dale Erquiaga, Communities in Schools president & CEO, celebrating the organization's 40th anniversary at the NYSE, and Alec Hartman, TechDay CEO and co-founder, at the Nasdaq.

  • TORONTO, April 6- The Toronto Stock Exchange operator, TMX Group Ltd, said on Thursday it has developed a blockchain-based prototype for electronic shareholder voting, the latest effort by an exchange operator to leverage the technology to try to solve an industry problem. "This is something that's been plaguing us for quite some time," John Lee, vice president of...

  • TORONTO, April 6- The Toronto Stock Exchange operator, TMX Group Ltd, said on Thursday it has developed a blockchain-based prototype for electronic shareholder voting, the latest effort by an exchange operator to leverage the technology to try to solve an industry problem. "This is something that's been plaguing us for quite some time," John Lee, vice president of...

  • The SEC is expected to approve or reject their proposals in the coming weeks. The SEC approved the market's first speed bump last year, but rules around intentionally slowing down trades are vague and it is difficult to predict which, if any, of the proposals will pass. SEC staff are scrutinizing how each exchange justifies its plans, said a person familiar with the...

  • A trader wearing a Dow 20,000 hat works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Apple and Facebook help lift the Nasdaq to record levels, reports the "Squawk on the Street" crew.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, March 20, 2017

    Ringing today's opening bells are Global Payments at the NYSE, and Home Town Bankshares at the Nasdaq.

  • 2017 IPO outlook: Pro

    Nelson Griggs, Nasdaq global head of listings, weighs in on the Snap IPO, the possibility of Uber going public, the market's appetite for public offerings, and the Nasdaq'a IPO strategy.

  • Presidio makes public debut on Nasdaq: CEO

    Bob Cagnazzi, Presidio president & CEO, talks about his company's IPO, the benefits it offers middle market clients, and growth potential through acquisitions.

  • LONDON, Feb 28- The European Union could be left with no exchange big enough to compete with U.S. rivals and no trading link into Britain if it allows the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Boerse merger to die. Deutsche Boerse Chief Executive Carsten Kengeter had warned that a failure to complete the LSE deal would weaken Frankfurt, Germany's main financial...

  • In an email to NYSE traders, the exchange said it would offer a "weekend production testing opportunity" on Feb. 25 for firms to "exercise their IPO trading logic." The stakes are high for NYSE in handling the closely-watched offering for Snap, which runs popular messaging app Snapchat. "It's a big deal and they clearly want to make sure it goes smoothly- you can't fault...

  • Opening Bell, February 22, 2017

    Ringing today's opening bell are Sachem Capital Corp, at the NYSE; and MobileIron, at the Nasdaq.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 9- Exchange operator Nasdaq Inc plans to set up a venture capital arm to invest in financial technology companies that can help grow its own businesses, two people familiar with the plans told Reuters. Nasdaq generated $2.3 billion in net revenue last year. The move would also align with plans set out by Nasdaq's new chief executive, Adena Friedman, who...