CMCX.L - CMC Markets Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
167.75
+1.25 (+0.75%)
At close: 5:04PM GMT
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Previous close166.50
Open169.00
Bid0.00 x 68800
Ask178.00 x 34300
Day's range163.25 - 170.00
52-week range100.98 - 186.25
Volume1,350,106
Avg. volume332,044
Market cap482.264M
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)12.33
EPS (TTM)13.60
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est165.83
  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks edge up amid central bank bonanza

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 14 (Reuters) - World shares eked out modest gains on Thursday as cautious comments on inflation from the U.S. Federal Reserve gave investors pause on a day packed with central bank decisions in Europe. Both the European Central Bank and the Bank of England left interest rates unchanged as expected, and traders will focus on the ECB's press conference at 1330 GMT for hints on the bank's policy outlook.

  • European stocks and euro sag before rate calls
    AFPyesterday

    European stocks and euro sag before rate calls

    The euro lost a little of its shine on Thursday as investors were cautious ahead of an interest rate decision by the ECB.

  • Asian markets struggle after latest gains, eyes on central banks
    AFP3 days ago

    Asian markets struggle after latest gains, eyes on central banks

    Traders are turning their focus to the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting this week hoping for clues about its interest rate timetable

  • Stock markets go nowhere as bitcoin smashes record
    AFP8 days ago

    Stock markets go nowhere as bitcoin smashes record

    Bitcoin surged past $15,000 after soaring more than 50 percent in just one week

  • Stock markets struggle as bitcoin's record rally snowballs
    AFP8 days ago

    Stock markets struggle as bitcoin's record rally snowballs

    Bitcoin surged past $15,000 after soaring more than 50 percent in just one week

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar hits 2-week high on U.S. tax reform optimism, world shares climb

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 7 (Reuters) - The dollar rose to its highest level in two weeks on Thursday over optimism the United States would successfully push through tax reforms, while world shares rebounded after two straight days of losses. The U.S. currency slipped against the safe-haven Japanese yen on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel - a move that imperiled Middle East peace efforts and provoked widespread condemnation. The MSCI World Index, which tracks shares in 47 countries, was up 0.1 percent.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Online broker IG sees 9 percent rise in H1 trading revenue

    IG Group, which provides online stockbroking and trading services to retail investors, also said the nature and timing of potential regulatory changes in Britain and some other key markets remained uncertain. "It remains difficult...to predict what impact regulatory change may have on the Group this financial year and beyond," IG Group said. Britain's financial watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority, joined other European regulators last year to regulate the 3.5 billion pound financial spreadbetting industry, where it said most retail investors lose money.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    FOREX-Dollar rebounds off lows on policy hopes

    Michael Hasenstab, an executive vice president at Franklin Templeton, said strong labour markets, rising wage pressures and a robust economy would put upward pressure on U.S. bond yields next year at a time when global central banks led by China are cutting their U.S. debt holdings. "Expectations that the new incoming Fed chief Powell will strike a hawkish stance is also helping the dollar this week," said Michael Hewson, chief markets strategist at CMC Markets (LSE: CMCX.L - news) in London.

  • Australia calls banking inquiry to quell public anger
    AFP16 days ago

    Australia calls banking inquiry to quell public anger

    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, a former investment banker, has long resisted Labor opposition calls for a royal commission into banking misconduct, but mounting political pressure forced his ...

  • Global stocks mostly fall as oil-linked shares retreat
    AFP18 days ago

    Global stocks mostly fall as oil-linked shares retreat

    The euro held on to most of its gains against the dollar

  • Strong euro weighs on European stocks
    AFP18 days ago

    Strong euro weighs on European stocks

    The euro held on to most of its gains against the dollar

  • European stocks dip on strong euro as German concerns ease
    AFP18 days ago

    European stocks dip on strong euro as German concerns ease

    The euro held on to its gans against the dollar following healthy European data and on hopes of an end to German political uncertainty

  • European stocks rise on German hopes
    AFP18 days ago

    European stocks rise on German hopes

    The euro held on to its gans against the dollar following healthy European data and on hopes of an end to German political uncertainty

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    Provident Financial chairman Manjit Wolstenholme dies suddenly

    Former investment banker Manjit Wolstenholme, who took over the running of troubled British doorstep lender Provident Financial (Other OTC: FPLPF - news) three months ago, has died suddenly at the age of 53. Wolstenholme, who joined Provident's board in 2007, became executive chairman of the subprime lender in August after Peter Crook, who was its CEO for more than 10 years, stepped down. Provident's Senior Independent Director Malcolm Le May will take over as interim executive chairman, it said in a statement on Friday announcing Wolstenholme's death.

  • Why I’d trade in BT Group plc for this 5% yielder
    Fool.co.uk22 days ago

    Why I’d trade in BT Group plc for this 5% yielder

    I would dump shares in BT Group plc (LON: BT.A) because this dividend-paying alternative looks to have a strong strategy and bright prospects.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    CMC Markets reports higher first-half profit

    (Reuters) - British financial spreadbetting firm CMC Markets Plc (CMCX.L) reported a 58 percent jump in first-half profit, as increased client trading helped offset challenges from a sector-wide regulatory ...

  • CMC Markets chairman Waugh to step down two years after float
    Sky News23 days ago

    CMC Markets chairman Waugh to step down two years after float

    The chairman of CMC Markets (LSE: CMCX.L - news) , the financial spread-betting firm founded by Peter Cruddas, the former Tory treasurer, is to step down two years after its London flotation. Sky News has learnt that Simon Waugh, who has chaired the company for almost a decade, will retire from CMC (BSE: CMC.BO - news) 's board next month. Mr Waugh, a former Centrica (Frankfurt: A0DK6K - news) executive, will hand the reins to James Richards, who has been a non-executive director of CMC for the last two years, according to a City source briefed on the company's plans.

  • Global rally extends in Asia as Hong Kong tops 30,000 mark
    AFP23 days ago

    Global rally extends in Asia as Hong Kong tops 30,000 mark

    Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index has surged by a third this year, boosted by a doubling in the value of internet giant Tencent

  • Reuters - UK Focus28 days ago

    Carillion shares plunge after third profit warning

    Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) 's shares tumbled 34 percent after the British construction company issued its third profit warning in five months and said it was heading towards a breach of debt covenants and would need fresh capital. Carillion is fighting for its survival after costly contract delays and a downturn in new business at the company, which handles major infrastructure projects for the British and other governments. The firm could end up being controlled by creditors, with one analyst predicting a debt for equity swap.

  • Reuters - UK Focus29 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Europe's longest stocks sell-off of the year abates

    Investors tentatively returned to world stock markets looking for bargains on Thursday, after Europe's longest losing streak of the year and the worst run since March for the top global indices. After five consecutive daily losses on the MSCI (Frankfurt: 3HM.F - news) index of world stocks and seven straight falls in Europe, there was a bounce of sorts.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks set for longest run of losses since March, euro shines

    World stocks were set for their longest losing streak in more than six months on Wednesday as weaker commodities weighed, while the euro hit its highest levels in three weeks. A slide in crude oil prices on worries over the outlook for demand and weaker metals prices weighed on mining and energy stocks across Asia and Europe, which took their cues from the previous day's stock declines in the United States. The UK's top share index, the FTSE 100, declined half a percent while Germany's export-oriented DAX fell 1 percent, weighed down by a stronger euro, which had risen nearly half a percent in European trading hours.

  • Global markets falter on Wall Street weakness
    AFPlast month

    Global markets falter on Wall Street weakness

    The recent rally in equity markets has slowed as invetors cash in profits, while there are also worries about high valuations

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks fall on US tax reform doubts, May's woes hit sterling

    Uncertainty over a U.S. tax reform deal pushed world stock markets further away from recent record highs on Monday, while Britain's pound fell on growing concern about the future of Prime Minister Theresa May. The overall tone in stock markets was defensive after last week's sudden stumble that began with a slide in Japan.

  • Gold demand hits lowest level since 2009: industry
    AFPlast month

    Gold demand hits lowest level since 2009: industry

    A plunge in India due to tax and currency measures has sent global demand to gold to its lowest level since 2009.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Sterling edges down before BoE decision

    Sterling edged down on Thursday after some chunky gains this week before a Bank of England policy decision that is widely expected to produce the first increase in interest rates in over a decade. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) a rate hike almost entirely baked into the market, analysts will be keenly watching to see whether BoE Governor Mark Carney signals more rate rises in the coming months, an outcome that analysts say could push the British pound sharply higher, or revert to a more cautious stance. Sterling showed little reaction to a monthly survey of British construction companies released earlier in the day that beat expectations, showing unexpected growth in the sector and further cementing the likelihood of an interest rate hike.

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