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Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE:ICE), a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, today reported March and first quarter 2018 trading volume and related revenue statistics
Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE), a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX), a full-service stock exchange, including trading, data and corporate listings services.
Intercontinental Exchange Inc., an operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, announced today that Kelly Loeffler, the company’s longtime head of communications, marketing and investor relations, will depart at the end of 2018, concluding 16 years with the company.
Deutsche Börse (DB1) reported 4Q17 adj. EPS of €1.04 (-1% q/q, +8% y/y), 4c above our estimate and 1c above consensus. GAAP EPS was €1.15 (-4% q/q, +26% y/y).
Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) (NYSE: ICE), the leading global network of exchanges and clearing houses and provider of global data and listing services, today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2017. For the quarter ended Dec. 31, 2017, consolidated net income attributable to ICE was $1.2 billion on $1.1 billion of consolidated revenues less transaction-based expenses. This included $764 million of a deferred tax benefit related to U.S. tax reform.
ICE and Blockstream launched the Cryptocurrency Data Feed, that offers real-time cryptocurrency information and will initially include data from more than 15 cryptocurrency exchange venues globally.
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Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) plans to transfer trading in hundreds of energy futures contracts from London to the U.S. to avoid MiFID II rules, according to the Financial Times.