The exchange has reported a 34% rise in revenue for the first-half of 2016
EEX Group has reported a 34% jump in
revenue for the first-half of 2016, buoyed by strong trading
across its power derivatives segment.
The Deutsche Boerse-owned energy exchange
has Wednesday reported a 34% increase in revenue to a total of
€117.5 million (£100.8m) for the first half of this
"We have generated growth in almost all
fields of business. The significant volume increase on the
Power Derivatives Market in particular has contributed to this
positive development. In addition, economies of scale have had
a positive effect on profits on this market. These economies of
scale are due to the fact that our existing infrastructure can
also cover bigger volumes without any additional investments,"
said Iris Weidinger, chief financial officer of EEX.
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