We Were Wrong- CME Isn't the Only Stock That Benefits From Rising Rates
Last week we explained how exchanges like CME with interest rate products were an inflationary hedge. Enter DB1, a key EU exchange for bond trading. Keep in mind that people run exchanges, and therefore they have management risk. They also have regulatory risk. They are no substitute for inert yellow and white metals that can't lie, cheat, and steal. But they are in our opinion a necessary component of a portfolio seeking to hedge against inflationary risks. Metals, Exchanges, TiPs (sort of), businesses with inelastic demand for their products are all part of a good plan to preserve your wealth's buying power. Which stocks you pick is up to you.
Seriously, these are simple, easy ways to protect yourself. Stop reading the 'END OF THE WORLD' nonsense that wants you to click and buy Gold on the spot. And you should consider that the info offered here is free, and "you get what you pay for", which is valid. It is also why our group writes under pseudonyms, considering we have exchange valuation experience and clients in the area (not CME or DB1)
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Feburary 16, 2017
DB1 adjusted 4Q16 EPS rose 25% y/y to €0.97. Adjusted results exclude one-time items such as merger related costs. Net revenues increased 12% y/y to EUR 619 mn with Eurex revenues up 14%. Clearstream revenues up 13%, Xetra revenues down 4%, Market data and services revenues up 11% and net interest revenues up 55%. Adjusted operating costs increased 3% to €343m. DB1 will increase the annual dividend by €0.10 to €2.35 per share.
SEBI is evaluating plans to allow commodity brokers and stock brokers to operate under the same umbrella company, according to Business Standard
BSE SME platform receives 200 draft prospectuses for IPOs. Reported by Business Standard
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