The Commodity Channel Index is highly bullish for GFI and so a break through the 200-period exponential ... as geopolitical tensions bring investors back to safe …
London was placed first, followed by New York, Hong Kong and Singapore in the Z/Yen global financial centres index (GFCI), which ranks 92 financial centres on factors such as infrastructure and access to high quality staff. New York …
To recap briefly, on July 30, CME Group Inc. (CME) made a $4.55 per share all-stock bid to buy interdealer broker GFI Group (GFIG). The CME offer was supported by GFI insiders, who together control some 38 percent of GFI’s stock. In …
GFI, led by Wall Street veteran Michael Gooch, had previously agreed a $580m two-part deal last July with Chicago stock exchange group CME. Under this deal Mr Gooch would have bought back part of the firm’s brokerage division along with …
Gold Fields Ltd (GFI): GFI stock is up 4.2% today ... Article printed from InvestorPlace Media, http://investorplace.com/2015/04/hottest-basic-materials-stocks-now-scl-sid-fcx-gfi-scl-sid-fcx/.
CME, owner of the Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago Mercantile Exchange, said it would acquire GFI in an all-stock deal worth $580 million and assume $240 million in outstanding debt, for a total value of around $820 million. Chicago …
Gold Fields Limited (ADR) (GFI) call volume is ... with Gold Fields Limited (ADR) (NYSE:GFI) down 2.6% at $3.05. And while GFI has lost a foothold atop its +10% year-to-date breakeven mark, call players are blasting the stock's options …
Shares of GFI Group Inc. spiked Monday after J.P. Morgan Securities upgraded the company on expectations that the broker's key derivatives business will drive earnings higher this year. GFI Group was upgraded to "overweight" from …
Now that we’ve mentioned the most bullish investors, let’s also take a look at some funds that sold off their entire stakes in the stock during the third quarter. It’s worth mentioning that Jean-Marie Eveillard’s First Eagle Investment Management ...
GFI Group’s stock price has climbed 80 percent since the day before CME announced its takeover offer in July. CME Group shares have advanced about 15 percent over the same period, while BGC Partners’ shares are down slightly.