Cboe posts double digit growth in futures and options

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By GlobalCapital
04 Nov 2019

Higher trading volumes helped lift Cboe Global Market's third-quarter earnings per share by 22% year on year, as demand rose for its derivatives products amid increased market volatility.

The period saw equity markets buffeted by fears over global economic growth against the US/China trade war backdrop. 

Net revenue came in at $294m for the quarter versus $270.5m in the year-ago period, which Cboe said was primarily a reflection of higher trading volume in its proprietary products, ...

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