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Cboe Global Markets, Inc. is a holding company that provides trading and investment solutions to investors around the world. The Company offers trading across a diverse range of products in multiple asset classes and geographies, including options, futures, United States and European equities, exchange-traded products (ETPs), global foreign exchange (FX) and multi-asset volatility products based on the Cboe Volatility Index (VIX Index). The Company’s trading venues include the options exchange in the United States and the stock exchange in Europe. Its products include VIX Index & Volatility, stock exchange options, options on single stocks and exchange traded products, Mini Options, Weeklys Options, Strategy Benchmark Indexes, Social Media Indexes, Contract Specs and Trading Hours and Trader Incentive Programs. Through its subsidiary, Hanweck Associates, LLC, it delivers real-time risk and margin analytics on global derivatives markets.
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Brian N. Schell
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Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said on Thursday it was lifting more curbs on "dark" trading, throwing down the gauntlet to the European Union after billions of euros of trading left London for Amsterdam in the wake of Britain's departure from the bloc.
Amsterdam has displaced London as Europe's biggest share trading centre after Britain left the European Union's single market, and picked up a chunk of UK derivatives business along the way, according to data published on Thursday.
Amsterdam emerged as Europe's largest share trading centre in January, dislodging London from its historic position as the Netherlands scooped up businesses lost by the United Kingdom after Brexit, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday.
Investors can save money by trading shares in "dark pools", a paper from British regulators said on Wednesday after it broadened use of such anonymised dealing in stocks to bolster London's financial sector in the wake of Brexit.
Britain can now claim at least one advantage from leaving the European Union: Switzerland's government will permit Swiss stocks to trade on London's markets again.
British-based exchanges will once again offer trading in Swiss shares from next month, but it may take time to rebuild volumes, Britain's finance ministry and exchanges said on Friday.
A number of large U.S. companies, including AT&T Inc, American Express and Dow Inc, have said they would cut off campaign contributions to those who voted to challenge President-elect Joe Biden's victory, with Republicans in the U.S. Congress facing growing blowback from...
The European Union will complete a fresh study of share trading data before drawing conclusions from a comprehensive review of market rules, an EU official said on Thursday, as exchanges demand more transparency from rival trading venues.
The biggest shift in European share trading in two decades was proceeding smoothly on Monday, on the first day of business since Britain left the European Union's single market.
Europe will see its biggest transfer of share trading in more than two decades when stock exchanges open for business in 2021, with Brexit shifting its centre of gravity away from London.
Derivatives trading worth $200 billion a day faces disruption from European Union curbs and customers too slow to move business from London before full Brexit, the Bank of England said on Friday.
Stock exchanges in the European Union could back each other up to avoid platform outages leading to extended market freezes for investors, a senior European Union official said on Wednesday.
With money pouring in to assets linked to sustainable investing, exchange operators have increased their focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) business opportunities, which could get a boost from the policies of President-elect Joe Biden.
The London Stock Exchange's pan-European share trading platform, Turquoise, opened for trading on Monday, a spokeswoman for the exchange said, joining two rival operators.
Goldman Sachs said on Tuesday it will launch a share trading hub in Paris, in the sector's latest move to avoid disruption to customers after Britain's full departure from the European Union next month.
Virtu Financial Inc <VIRT.O> on Friday reported better-than-expected third-quarter profits, helped by lower expenses and higher trading volumes amid pandemic-driven volatility and an ongoing surge in market participation by retail investors.
Going into Election Day, market participants fretted about possibly waking up to an unclear result. But with that outcome realized, they seemed remarkably calm about not knowing the winner of the U.S. presidential race.
Banks and asset managers in Britain can continue using exchanges in the European Union to trade shares from January, Britain's financial regulator said, contrasting with a more restrictive EU approach that poses a risk to London's market dominance.
Banks and asset managers in Britain can use exchanges from the European Union to trade shares from January, Britain's financial regulator said on Wednesday, creating a cross-border clash in securities rules for investors.
Exchange operator Cboe Global Markets Inc <CBOE.Z> on Friday reported better-than-expected results, lifted by the wave of new retail investors during the COVID-19 pandemic and by the company's recent acquisition of European clearinghouse EuroCCP.
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