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August 4, 2014
07:08 EDTCMECME Clearing Europe receives authorization as CCP
CME Group announced CME Group's European clearing house, CME Clearing Europe, has received authorization as a Central Counterparty Clearing House, or CCP, under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation. The authorisation covers all OTC derivatives and futures products currently cleared by CME Clearing Europe. CME Clearing Europe lists a broad range of OTC and exchange traded derivatives, including interest rate swaps, energy and commodities, and FX contracts for clearing and provides services for CME Europe, CME Group's London-based derivatives exchange.
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October 30, 2014
07:11 EDTCMECME Group sees FY14 adj. operating expenses $1.3B
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07:10 EDTCMECME Group reports Q3 average daily volume up 12% to 13.5M
Clearing and transaction fee revenues were $641.8 million, up 7 percent compared with third-quarter 2013. Third-quarter 2014 total average rate per contract was 72.5 cents, down from 74.9 cents in second-quarter 2014, driven primarily by the 7 percent growth in total volume made up of a higher proportion of lower priced financial products.
07:10 EDTCMECME Group: October on track to have highest monthly volume in history
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07:10 EDTCMECME Group reports Q3 EPS excl. items 84c, consensus 83c
Reports Q3 revenue $762.4M, consensus $764.99M
October 29, 2014
15:41 EDTCMENotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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October 28, 2014
06:46 EDTCMECME to possibly pursue stake in Korea Exchange if shares for sale, Reuters says
CME Group CEO Phupinder Gill has shown a potential interest in acquiring a stake in Korea Exchange if the operator volunteers to divest a portion of its shares, according to Reuters, citing comments from CME's South Korea representative Hong Sung-hee. Reference Link
October 22, 2014
17:44 EDTCMEGFI Group special committee to review tender offer from BGC Partners
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06:34 EDTCMEBGC Partners could make hostile $675M bid for GFI Group, WSJ reports
In a move to thwart the sale of GFI Group (GFIG) To CME Group (CME), BGC Partners (BGCP) is planning to make a hostile bid to GFI for $675M, the Wall Street Journal reports. BGC's $5.25 per share tender offer to GFI shareholders, which is 15% higher than CME's offer, could come as early as this morning. Reference Link
05:29 EDTCMEBearCom Group begins cash tender offer to acquire GFI Group for $5.25 per share
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