Frankfurt group said it expects a ruling on its planned LSE merger next month
Deutsche Boerse said stronger trading in
its commodities and interest rate derivatives segment helped
drive revenue up 8% in 2016.
The German exchange group said in a
statement late on Wednesday that a slowdown in activity on its
European cash equities markets were more than wiped out by
stronger demand in its futures market Eurex, driving income and
profit up for the year.
Deutsche Boerse said: "The Eurex segment
made a particular contribution to this increase, thanks to
considerable growth in the commodities business, higher index
derivatives volumes and the consolidation of 360T in the fourth
quarter of 2015."
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