Nasdaq, Deutsche Boerse were up 8% and 10% as Euronext revenue rose 1.7%
Exchange giant the Chicago Mercantile
Exchange has reported an 11% growth in revenue for the second
quarter of 2016, marking a bumper three months that saw the
Merc outperform its peers.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) said
on Thursday its revenue in the second quarter of this year was
up 11% to $906.4m. Total average daily volume on the exchange
reached 15.1 million contracts in the quarter, up 13%
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