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Marketaxess Holdings Inc (MKTX.OQ)

MKTX.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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$0.48 (+0.24%)
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$197.43
Open
$197.86
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$199.62
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$197.06
Volume
26,782
Avg. Vol
70,626
52-wk High
$229.57
52-wk Low
$171.62

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

MarketAxess Q2 Earnings Per Share $1.07
Wednesday, 25 Jul 2018 

July 25 (Reuters) - Marketaxess Holdings Inc ::MARKETAXESS REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2018 REVENUES OF $107.0 MILLION, OPERATING INCOME OF $52.0 MILLION AND DILUTED EPS OF $1.07.Q2 EARNINGS PER SHARE $1.07.Q2 REVENUE $107 MILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW $106.4 MILLION.Q2 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $1.04 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S.QTRLY TRADING VOLUME OF $420.8 BILLION, UP 16.4%.  Full Article

MarketAxess Holdings Reports ‍Total Monthly Trading Volume For December Of $104.4 Bln​
Wednesday, 3 Jan 2018 

Jan 3 (Reuters) - Marketaxess Holdings Inc ::MARKETAXESS HOLDINGS INC - ‍TOTAL MONTHLY TRADING VOLUME FOR DECEMBER 2017 OF $104.4 BILLION​.  Full Article

MarketAxess reports Q3 EPS of $0.90
Wednesday, 25 Oct 2017 

Oct 25 (Reuters) - MarketAxess Holdings Inc :MarketAxess reports third quarter 2017 revenues of $96.7 million, pre-tax income of $47.2 million and diluted EPS of $0.90.Q3 earnings per share $0.90.Q3 revenue $96.7 million versus I/B/E/S view $96.3 million.Q3 earnings per share view $0.90 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Qtrly ‍trading volume of $346.8 billion, up 7.6%​.  Full Article

Marketaxess approved as recognized market operator by Monetary Authority of Singapore
Monday, 25 Sep 2017 

Sept 25 (Reuters) - Marketaxess Holdings Inc :Marketaxess Holdings Inc says Marketaxess approved as recognised market operator by Monetary Authority of Singapore.  Full Article

Bracing for Brexit, Dutch regulator seeks more resources - sources

AMSTERDAM, Oct 15 The Dutch financial markets regulator, already scrambling to process a flurry of relocation requests from UK-based companies, will need about 10 percent more staff to cope with the extra work caused by Brexit, sources close to the matter told Reuters.