- Third quarter 2013 net revenues1 were a record $506 million, up 23% from the prior year quarter. On an organic basis, assuming constant currency and excluding acquisitions, net revenues increased 4% year-over-year.
- Third quarter 2013 GAAP and non-GAAP diluted EPS of $0.66.
- Achieved organic revenue growth year-over-year in all three non-trading business segments, Information Services, Technology Solutions, and Listing Services.
- Non-transaction based revenues were 73% of our total third quarter 2013 net revenues, and increased 27% from the prior year quarter.
- Third quarter 2013 is the first full quarter to reflect the acquired eSpeed and Thomson Reuters IR, PR, and Multimedia businesses, establishing new revenue and operating profit base-lines.
- De-leveraging plan is on schedule, NASDAQ OMX paid down $98 million of debt in the third quarter of 2013.
NYSE Technologies announced that its Exchange Data Publisher (XDP) is the market data engine powering the new Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) Orion Market Data (OMD) Platform. Selected by HKEx for its industry leading, low-latency performance, XDP enables the HKEx OMD Platform to distribute market data packaged into value-added services tailored to different subscriber groups.
Moscow Exchange opened its new Standardised OTC Derivatives Market on 28 October.
Singapore Exchange (SGX) is introducing Asian foreign exchange (FX) futures for deliverable and non-deliverable Asian currencies from 11 November 2013. Futures contracts for six currency pairs, AUD/USD, AUD/JPY, USD/SGD, INR/USD, KRW/USD and KRW/JPY, will be launched initially.
The international derivatives market Eurex Exchange has concluded an index licensing agreement with the Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse AG). The agreement will allow Eurex Exchange to list futures and options on well-known indices of the Vienna Stock Exchange. This means that Eurex Exchange will be able to complement its successful Austrian equity futures and equity options segment with the corresponding equity index derivatives based on the ATX and ATX five.
Deutsche Börse is improving trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is reorienting the trading venue and will launch a new quality guarantee for trading from 1 November. In addition, all structured products will be traded under the Frankfurt Stock Exchange brand.
NASDAQ OMX (NDAQ) and Moscow Exchange (MOEX) announced the signing of a co-operation agreement. Within this agreement both exchanges will work jointly in further developing the Russian technology and biotechnology community. The aim of the co-operation is to jointly facilitate access to capital for the fast growing Russian start-up community and to promote listings at both exchanges.
LCH.Clearnet, the multi-national clearing house group, announces that Suneel Bakhshi has been appointed as its new Group Chief Executive Officer. Subject to final regulatory approval, Suneel Bakhshi is expected to join the organisation in early 2014, at which point Jacques Aigrain, interim Executive Chairman will resume his position as Non-Executive Chairman of LCH.Clearnet Group, alongside his role as Non-Executive Director of London Stock Exchange Group (‘LSEG’).
Moscow Exchange launched trading in precious metals on 21 October.
China Exchanges Services Company Limited (CESC) welcomes the listing of the first Exchange Traded Fund, or ETF, tracking its cross border CES China 120 (CES 120) Index, which is scheduled for Monday, 21 October 2013.