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Cboe Global Markets, Inc. engages in the provision of trading and investment solutions to investors. It operates through the following business segments: Options, U.S. Read More Equities, Futures, European Equities, and Global FX. The Options segment includes options exchange business, which lists for trading options on market indexes (index options), as well as on non-exclusive multiply-listed options. The U.S. Equities segment covers listed cash equities and ETP transaction services that occur on BZX, BYX, EDGX, and EDGA. The Futures comprises the the business of futures exchange, CFE, which includes offering for trading futures on the VIX Index and bitcoin and other futures products. The European Equities segment relates to the pan-European listed cash equities transaction services, ETPs, exchange-traded commodities, and international depository receipts that occur on the RIE, operated by Cboe Europe Equities. The Global FX segment represents the institutional FX trading services that occur on the Cboe FX platform. The company was founded on 1973 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.
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The Motley FoolMar 19
A Big Step Backward for Bitcoin
Sixteen months. That's how long the first bitcoin futures product lasted. Less than a year and a half after being the first major exchange to offer a cryptocurrency derivative product, Cboe Global Markets (NYSEMKT:CBOE) has decided to stop adding new bitcoin futures to its offerings, a major blow to the investment case behind the leading cryptocurrency. Although this certainly isn't the only bitcoin futures product in the market, it's a big step backward for bitcoin as an investable asset. Why is Cboe get...
Cboe to stop listing bitcoin futures as interest in crypto trading cools
The major U.S. exchange company that paved the way for bitcoin futures has had a change of heart. Cboe Global Markets, which rolled out the first bitcoin futures contracts in December 2017, has decided to stop adding new ones. In a statement last week, the Cboe Futures Exchange said it will not add new bitcoin futures in March. It did not rule out the possibility of other cryptocurrency derivatives, though, and "is assessing" its approach for how it plans to continue. In the meantime, active bitcoin contr...
The Motley FoolMar 18
Stock Market News: Cboe Pulls Back on Bitcoin; Lyft Hits the Gas
Monday morning brought a quiet start to the new week for the stock market, building on upward movement from last week. As of just after 11:30 a.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES:^DJI) was down 55 points to 25,794. The S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) was up 1 point to 2,823, while the Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX:^IXIC) fell 3 points to 7,685. Investors are always looking for the next big thing, but they're also merciless when promising investments don't work out the way they'd hoped. The long s...
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