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  • TSX Venture Exchange Celebrates 600 Graduates - TMX Group’s Unique Two-Tier Exchange Model Supports Growth Of Companies At All Stages

    Date 30/10/2014

    TMX Group today announced that with the graduation of Fission Uranium Corp. (FCU) from TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) to Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), the total number of companies to graduate from TSXV to TSX has reached 600 since January 1, 2000. These companies have raised $85 billion in equity capital on TSX since then.

  • Thomson Reuters Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Results - Third-Quarter And Nine-Month Results On Track With Financial & Risk Net Sales Positive Year-To-Date And For All Regions In The Quarter, While Legal Returned To Positive Organic Revenue Growth

    Date 30/10/2014

    Thomson Reuters (TSX / NYSE: TRI) today reported results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2014.

    • Revenues from ongoing businesses grew 1% before currency to $3.1 billion
    • Adjusted EBITDA and underlying operating profit were both down 3%
      • Adjusted EBITDA margin 26.5%, down 100 basis points; excluding charges was 27.0%
      • Underlying operating profit margin 17.1%, down 70 basis points; excluding charges was 17.6%
    • Adjusted earnings per share were $0.45 versus $0.48 in the prior-year period
    • 28.4 million shares repurchased since October 2013 returning $1.0 billion to shareholders
    • 2014 Outlook affirmed

  • CME Group Inc. Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results

    Date 30/10/2014

    CME Group Inc. (NASDAQ: CME) today reported revenues of $762 million and operating income of $430 million for the third quarter of 2014.  Net income attributable to CME Group was $290 million and diluted earnings per share were $0.86. Excluding the items noted in the reconciliation, adjusted earnings per share would have been $0.84[1].

  • MiFID II/MiFIR: Europex Calls Upon ESMA And The European Commission To Set A Proportionate, Activity-Based Definition For Commodity Derivative Contracts “That Must Be Physically Settled”

    Date 30/10/2014

    An inappropriate definition of commodity derivatives would shift the majority of trading activities in wholesale gas and electricity derivatives to a less regulated environment. Today, the Europex Board – fully supportive of the G-20 Pittsburgh commitments of promoting more transparent, non-discriminatory and systemically safer markets – is calling upon the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and the European Commission to find a proportionate and activity-based definition for gas and power derivative contracts ”that must be physically settled”.

  • Jordan Capital Market Development Flash

    Date 30/10/2014

    The Jordan Securities Commission has issued new instructions concerning procedures to be taken vis-à-vis companies listed on the Amman Stock Exchange, whose accumulated losses reach %50 or more of their paid-up capital. The instruction specify three categories of companies, those that accumulate losses between 50%-75% of their paid up Capital; those that accumulate losses between 75%-100% of their paid up Capital; and those that accumulate losses more than 100% of their paid up Capital.

  • Thailand Settrade Launches New Mobile Trading Application For iPhone 6 And iOS 8 With Advanced Functions

    Date 30/10/2014 Co., Ltd. introduces Streaming, the latest real-time trading application for Thai stock and derivatives trading, for iPhone 6 and iOS 8 with a new design and three of the newest functions: “Touch ID” to log in with using fingerprint, and Stock “Quote” by voice command, as well as a faster trading function via touchscreen “Click.” The new version can be downloaded starting from today via the App Store.

  • Warsaw Stock Exchange: Key Assumptions Of The Updated Strategy GPW.2020

    Date 30/10/2014

    • The Warsaw Stock Exchange wants to be the exchange of first choice for investors and issuers in Central and Eastern Europe
    • The WSE Capital Group will become client-centric and tailor its offer to market needs
    • The WSE Capital Group will focus on growth in those business segments where it has competitive advantages
    • WSE’s ambition is to grow revenue by 7 percent CAGR by 2020. The Exchange Management Board expects EBITDA to double and the cost/income ratio to fall below 0.50 in that period.

  • eVestment: Investment Booming In Brazil - Investment Exposure Up, Tops In Latin American Hedge Funds

    Date 30/10/2014

    Brazil is making headlines. In the face of a highly contested presidential runoff and significant drought conditions in São Paulo, investment in Brazil continues to grow. International attention from the 2014 World Cup and upcoming 2016 Olympic Games are helping to fuel the flames, but there are a variety of other factors at play. There are nearly $1.8 trillion of assets in traditional institutional strategies with exposure to Brazil reporting to eVestment, a figure that has grown at a quarterly rate of over 7% since 2004 and over 8% since the financial crisis. 

  • WSE Group In Q3 2014: Net Profit Increase By Over 46% QoQ Driven By Improved Revenue And Cost Discipline

    Date 30/10/2014

    • WSE Group’s consolidated net profit was PLN 30.0 million in Q3 2014, an increase of 15.5% YoY and 46.9% QoQ
    • Total revenue increased to PLN 77.9 million, i.e., by 12.9% YoY and by 12.4% QoQ
    • Revenue from the financial market was PLN 49.3 million and was stable compared to previous quarters
    • The volume of trade in natural gas increased to 58.9 TWh, growing the Group’s revenue from the commodity market to PLN 28.3 million (increase of 51.3% YoY and 39.2% QoQ)
    • The Group’s operating expenses decreased by 5.6% QoQ to PLN 41.9 million
    • In August 2014, WSE paid PLN 1.2 of dividend per share with a dividend yield of 3.3%1

  • SGX Welcomes Secondary Listings With Streamlined Rules

    Date 30/10/2014

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) is streamlining rules for secondary-listed companies to further enhance its stock market.