185 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast March 18th, 2023
$7.2 Million For Eris, the FTC still says no to ICE Black Knight, Sesame Street does financial meltdown – and this week’s letter for bust banks is “S”.
Exchange Invest 2567: SBF Threatened
SBF has been threatened - #unacceptable - but that only raises more questions about the families assets.
ICE launches a nifty new electricity future while the Motley Fool goes bourse operator bullish. Happy scrolling.
Exchange Invest 2233: Nasdaq Commits to Carteret
The Nasdaq cloud will be in Carteret, suggesting the tax threat to exchanges in the tri-state has reduced dramatically from earlier this year even...
055 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast (July 24, 2020)
the Swiss Stock Exchange boss Jos Dijsselhof jumped into the debate “don't fix what's not broken,” rejecting the plans from a certain cadre of cash equity people in London
Exchange Invest 1635: December 03, 2019
Kuwait IPO going swimmingly.
Exchange Invest 1632:BSE Shuffles Some Heat On Lou Eccleston
BSE shuffling stakes to satisfy Sebi prescriptions...
Exchange Invest 1614: Miami buys Bermuda
Miami buys Bermuda in surprise deal. DFM post impressive profits.
Exchange Invest 1443: March 21, 2019
NEX sale to Oliver Hemsley consortium falls through and more...
Exchange Invest 1433: March 07, 2019
Tradeweb on the verge of an IPO filing?
Exchange Invest 1065: August 24, 2017
Cinnober affirms future investment strategy.
IDC: ICE Gets Big Data
As investors begin to better understand the latest element of the Sprecher paradigm, I would not be remotely surprised to see ICE edge ahead of the CME.
Index Companies Deals Brief
Exchanges remain ideal index purchasers but vendors have a proven appetite here too.
Barclays Index Unit Sale Brief
The Barclays Index business is fascinating.
A Remarkable Fraternal Exchange
The illustrious former head of the FIA, the one-time highest-paid lobbyist in Washington, John Damgard. Recently the dapper Damgard had been seen in his black tie outfit on the pages of New York Magazine attending a dinner for an, ahem ‘exclusive’ Wall Street fraternity dinner in St Regis.