119.90 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 5:00PM EDT
|Bid||110.00 x 100|
|Ask||121.70 x 100|
|Day's range||117.99 - 121.55|
|52-week range||78.31 - 138.54|
|PE ratio (TTM)||32.49|
|Earnings date||7 May 2018 - 11 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.08 (0.91%)|
|1y target est||120.08|
Certain sectors may outperform even more in the stock market if a global trade war develops.
CBOE Holdings (CBOE) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The European Union's securities watchdog said curbs on trading shares in the "dark" or off public exchanges across the European Union will be rolled out on March 12 and cover the bulk of blue-chip stocks such as HSBC and Unilever (NYSE: UL - news) . The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)published data on Wednesday showing which stocks will be subject to limits on trading in "dark pools". Trading will end up on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange, Deutsche Boerse (IOB: 0H3T.IL - news) or other platforms traded in the same way as bourses.
Intercontinental Exchange's (ICE) trading volume improves in February. We expect its diverse product line and risk management services to drive the same in the near term.
The volatility blowup of Feb. 5 continues to reverberate through the exchange-traded fund industry, the subject of Barron’s “Volatility ETF Aftershocks.” And few companies have been impacted more than Cboe Global Markets (CBOE), which has declined 13% since early February to around $113. Since the Great Spike, VIX volumes and open interest have declined significantly, says Christopher Harris, a Wells Fargo analyst. Historically, when the VIX complex takes a hit, VIX futures open interest, volume and Cboe’s stock feels the hurt for months.
Cboe Global (CBOE) authorizes an additional share repurchase program worth $150 million, which is likely to help boost the company's shareholders value and buoy optimism among investors.
Wall Street's most widely followed gauge of future stock market volatility is being manipulated, a law firm representing an "anonymous whistleblower" alleged in a letter to U.S. regulators seen by Reuters on Tuesday. The accusations prompted Cboe Global Markets, the financial exchange operator that is home to the Cboe Volatility Index, to ask Wall Street's self-funded regulator, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), to look into the matter, two sources familiar with the situation said. "Cboe has a dedicated regulatory department that works with FINRA to monitor certain trading activity for our securities markets, including trading activity that could impact the VIX settlement,” Greg Hoogasian, Cboe’s chief regulatory officer, told Reuters in a statement.
The WSJ reports Finra is examining trading activity in S&P 500 options, which are used to calculate a widely watched volatility measure.
CNBC's Bob Pisani spoke with the whistleblower alleging traders are manipulating a widely-followed gauge of volatility on Wall Street.
The Washington-based law firm which represents an anonymous person who claims to have held senior roles in the investment business, told the Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Monday that he discovered a market manipulation scheme that takes advantage of a widespread flaw in the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) Volatility Index (VIX). The CBOE Volatility Index measures the cost of buying options and is the most widely followed barometer of expected near-term stock market volatility. "The flaw allows trading firms with advanced algorithms to move the VIX up or down by simply posting quotes on S&P options and without needing to physically engage in any trading or deploying any capital," it said in a letter.
Cboe Global's (CBOE) Q4 reflects higher revenues, benefit from enactment of the Tax Reform and expanded trading volume, partially offset by increased expenses.
A bet on low volatility is unwinding, sparking fears the Cboe's VIX trading volumes and related revenue would suffer.
Cboe Global Markets said shorting of its popular Volatility Index will continue despite the collapse of one of the inverse ETFs betting against it.
The Chicago-based company said it had profit of $2.26 per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 87 cents per share. The results did not meet Wall Street expectations. The average ...
The global market turmoil of the past week has shone a light on complex trading instruments listed in the United States and Europe - a number of which have been taken off the market - which some investors blame for the scale of the disruption. Monday's stock sell-off triggered the biggest rise ever in S&P 500 volatility futures, forcing Credit Suisse (IOB: 0QP5.IL - news) and Nomura to close down products that enable investors to short the VIX after they posted massive losses.
Stocks got creamed on Thursday for the second time this week as investors look for some signs of stability on the final trading day of the week.
The 90-day correlation between bitcoin and the S&P 500 is the highest since the cryptocurrency started getting attention in January 2016, said Nick Colas.
U.S. stocks turned lower in early trading on Thursday, with investors still on edge as volatility in financial markets persisted following the worst declines in more than two-and-a-half years earlier in the week. Wall Street ran out of steam on Wednesday after an early surge as investors were still cautious after a bruising sell-off that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average post its biggest intraday drop on record this Monday.
Investors are turning cautious on the exchange company behind volatility trading, one fallout from the recent stock market rout.
In an up-and-down session, the benchmark S&P 500 faded at the close after trading higher for much of the afternoon, following two days of big moves, including its largest single-day percentage loss in more than six years on Monday. While Wednesday's trading lacked the wild swings of the prior two sessions, the Dow industrials moved in a roughly 500-point range, more than three times the average daily swing over the past year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 19.42 points, or 0.08 percent, to 24,893.35, the S&P 500 lost 13.48 points, or 0.50 percent, to 2,681.66 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 63.90 points, or 0.9 percent, to 7,051.98.
Feb.14 -- Following last week's market selloff, an anonymous whistle-blower has alleged to federal authorities that the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index may be rigged. Bloomberg's Jason Kelly reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."