Clearstream supports liberalization of Chinese financial market
August 17, 2017 11:33 AM
ASX reported FY17 EPS of 224c (+2% y/y). Revenues of A$764m (+2.4% y/y), with trading services at A$196m (+7.2%), derivatives and OTC at A$269m (+1%), equity post trade services at A$104m (+2%) and listing and issuer services revenues at A$193m (0%). Expenses were A$181m (+6% y/y). Capex was flat at $50m. ASX announced a dividend of A$0.998 per share.
Deutsche Borse (DB1): Clearstream supports liberalization of Chinese financial market including the Bond Connect initiative.
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