CME Group, Inc.

+$0.61 (+0.4%)
Closing price July 13, 2020
Here we have featured some of the stocks that have participated in the bitcoin mania in late 2017. Some are definite winners. Others may not be winners at all and could flop.
The U.S. CFTC has approved bitcoin futures trading for CME, CBOE, and Cantor. CME will launch its futures contract on December 18.
With earnings starting to really snowball next week, and a market that seems to be teetering somewhat due to high valuations and some messy geopolitical issues, it makes sense for investors to look...
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The consultants at London-based Brand Finance have put together a list of the top stock exchange brands for 2016 and detailed what criteria they used to arrive at their valuations and rankings.
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In a recent research note, Jefferies analysts focus on some growth stocks to buy that could have some solid upside from current levels, and that also are not part of the overly crowded trade club.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday, February 8 include Athenahealth, Baker Hughes, Cisco, LinkedIn, Orbital-ATK and Tableau Software.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Adobe Systems, FireEye, Lululemon Athletica, Nu Skin, Rio Tinto, Tesla Motors and BHP Billiton.
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include BP, Caterpillar, Ciena, CME and Campbell Soup.
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CME Group's decision to close a large portion of its trading floor and open outcry operations in New York and Chicago may not come as a surprise to many investors.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades from 24/7 Wall St. include Apache, Netflix, RF Micro, Starbucks, Southwest Air and Disney.