- CME Group stock went up by 2.49% on Thursday alongside Lloyds, Barclays and HSBC which finished 3.5%, 3.1% and 1.8% higher respectively, due to the change in investor sentiment as markets calmed after a surge in Credit Suisse's shares, which were up 19%, after it received a lifeline from the Swiss Central Bank, while other European banks, such as UBS and BNP Paribas, also saw increases.
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- CME Group (CME) stock increased by 2.49% as markets calmed down following Credit Suisse's announcement that it would borrow almost $54bn from the Swiss central bank to reinforce the group and CME Group (CME) was likely boosted by the overall positive sentiment in the market.
- CME Group's stock (CME) went up by 2.49% after Bitcoin and Ether dropped in trading in Asia, amid concerns over bank failures in the US and regulatory challenges for crypto-related businesses.
- CME Group's stock rose by 2.49% following increased purchases of put options by players across the industry, including oil producers, banks and hedge funds, as crude futures hit their lowest levels since December 2021 on the back of concerns that the rout in the banking industry could trigger a global recession and cut fuel demand.
- CME Group (CME) stock rose by 6.13%, due to traders reversing bets on higher rates, amid growing expectations the Federal Reserve may pause or slow rate increases to avoid exacerbating stress in the banking sector, causing yields to plummet.
- CME Group (CME) stock went up by 6.13% as trading desks assessed the latest US CPI report, which showed inflation still rising but at a slower pace, leading to a rally across European and US markets.
- CME Group (CME) stock went up by 6.13% due to investors reassessing the outlook for interest rates after Silicon Valley Bank collapsed in California and New York's Signature Bank, which altered the way banks operate; investors are repositioning themselves for a greater than one-in-three chance that the Federal Reserve will hold rates steady at its meeting next week.
- CME Group (CME) stock went up by 6.13% last night, potentially due to expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates by 0.25% following the release of US Consumer Price Index figures for February, which showed inflation cooling down to 6%, with many investors closely watching the banking sector following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.
- CME Group (CME) stock went up by 6.13% due to positive market sentiment following the release of key inflation data that was in line with economist expectations, as well as a rebound in regional bank stocks, which had been hit hard by the fallout from Silicon Valley Bank.
- CME Group (CME) stock went down by 1.58% due to concerns about what's next to break under the weight of rising interest rates following the biggest US bank failure in nearly 15 years, waning fears that mediocre growth in worker pay would lead to inflation pressure in the economy.
- CME Group announced that its foreign exchange futures and options reached a new single-day volume record of 3.15 million contracts on March 8th, resulting in $296 billion in USD notional, but its stock went down presumably due to unrelated market factors.
- CME Group (CME) stock went down by 1.58% due to fears of a potential banking crisis erupting following the bank failure of Silicon Valley Bank's parent company, SVB Financial, which was trying to raise cash to relieve a crunch and its regulators took over; furthermore, there are concerns that the Federal Reserve's actions of raising interest rates to undercut inflation could slow the economy, risk leading to a recession later on, and impact stocks and other investments negatively.
- CME Group (CME) stock went down by 1.58% last night due to concerns over the crisis at Silicon Valley Bank, which has prompted fears of other banks being forced to take losses and raise cash.
- CME group (CME) stock went down as fears over rising interest rates rattled Wall Street, resulting in the stock market's tumble Friday, with some of the market's sharpest drops coming from the financial industry.
- CME Group (CME) stock was down 1.45% last night as the S&P 500 saw one of its worst days due to concerns about a possible recession prompted by inflationary pressures, led by the possibility that the Federal Reserve could turn the dial back up on interest rates if inflationary pressure doesn't ease.
- CME Group (CME) stock went down by 1.45% due to the warning by the head of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, that interest rates could rise at a faster pace if inflation remains high, which led to the S&P 500 falling by 1.5%.
- The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer indicates that farmers' sentiment about current conditions on their farms and expectations for the future weakened in February, with concern over falling output prices, rising interest rates, and uncertain future growth in U.S. agricultural exports contributing to a lack of confidence, resulting in CME Group (CME) stock going down by 1.45% last night.
- CME Group (CME) stock went down 1.45% after the Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome Powell, announced that the central bank may increase the pace of rate hikes if economic data indicates that tighter monetary policy is necessary, leading to a decline in European stock exchanges.
- CME Group (CME) stock was down 1.45% last night as investors await Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s testimony to Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday, which could provide an indication of future interest rate hikes.
- CME Group's stock went down last night as EBS, a provider of electronic trading platforms, announced rulebook changes for its relationship-based quote-driven market, EBS Direct, to encourage compliance with the FX Global Code, which will disable liquidity providers from all EBS Direct liquidity pools by default unless they have signed up to the Code.
- CME Group announced the launch of options on its existing US Dollar / Offshore Chinese Renminbi futures, which will be available on April 3, 2023, pending regulatory review, and this announcement may have caused CME Group's stock to decrease by 0.21%.
- CME Group stock went down due to speculations about an increase in interest rates at the Fed's March 22 meeting, with a 72% probability of a hike in the 475/500 bps range, according to the CME platform's FedWatch Tool.
- CME Group's crypto derivatives volume fell sharply in the last month of the year, suggesting that caution among investors remains a significant issue.
- CME Group, the world's leading derivatives marketplace, and CF Benchmarks, the leading provider of cryptocurrency benchmark indices, today announced plans to launch three new Metaverse reference rates and real-time indices, which will be calculated and published daily by CF Benchmarks, beginning January 30. These reference rates and indices are not tradable futures products. They include the following: "As we continue to see a rising interest in Metaverse projects, CME Group, in partnership with CF Benchmarks, will expand its suite of regulated, non-tradable Cryptocurrency Reference Rates and Real-Time Indices to include three new
- Because the company releases earnings, and usually the stock goes down shortly after.
- Central banks raised rates to reduce consumer demand and curb inflation.