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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Cmc Markets Plc CMCX London Ordinary Share GB00B14SKR37 ORD 25P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.00 -0.21% 468.00 15:11:42
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
473.00 464.50 485.00 469.00
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Industry Sector
GENERAL FINANCIAL

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DateSubject
23/3/2021
15:55
shanklin: https://www.cmcmarketsplc.com/investors/financial-calendar/
19/1/2021
15:51
mighunter: It's in their Financial Calendar Https://www.cmcmarketsplc.com/investors/financial-calendar/
19/11/2020
08:19
grabster: A presentation will be held for equity analysts and investors today, 19 November 2020, at 10:30 a.m. (GMT). A live webcast of the presentation will be available via the following link: hTTps://webcasts.cmcmarkets.com/results/2021halfyear Should you wish to ask a question, please dial into the presentation on +44 (0)20 3059 5869, and quote "CMC Markets plc H1 2021 Results Conference" when prompted.
12/10/2020
14:09
gbh2: Yep should have read next Months: htTps://www.cmcmarketsplc.com/investors/financial-calendar/
08/4/2020
08:04
mrnumpty: gbh2 . You comment that , earlier yesterday , there " was quite a bit of selling pressure here " . That might be due to some private investors here selling in order to buy in to our competitor , Plus 500 which announced fantastic results yesterday morning , but whose shares fell 2.75% on the day ( no doubt a case of " buy on the rumour , sell on the news " with Plus 500 ) . I am happy to hold both companies in the current market .
03/3/2020
19:11
tole: hxxps://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/alpha/2020/03/02/earnings-momentum-shares-to-watch-on-a-rebound/ Unsurprisingly, following the worst week for global stock markets since 2008, there aren't many companies scoring well on our momentum screens. Monday morning saw the FTSE 100 regain some ground, then hand it back with interest, and investors should expect further twists and more volatility.Businesses that still score reasonably well such as protective rubber specialist Avon Rubber (AVON), and software holding company AVEVA (AVV) do represent an opportunity to buy quality at a more reasonable price. Investors should be careful buying on the dips, as it's difficult to call when a bottom has been reached, but a system like pound or value cost averaging can help drip feed money into markets like these.Smaller companies that do well both on the All Share screen and using the slightly different set of rules we use for the FTSE All Small Companies index, include Avon and businesses like spread better CMC Markets (CMCX) – a company that makes its money from people trading volatile markets.Another Holding company for IT software – CentralNic (CNIC) - tops our Aim screen.
21/11/2019
16:16
its the oxman: Perhaps something was said at the investor presentation that upset people. Strange reaction though. Hipefully an opportunity.
28/2/2019
16:14
bookbroker: I know their technology is great, and the number of products they offer is very considerable, I think Cruddas has never really embraced the masses, and I understand his background and tend to think that professional investors are more suitable earners for this company, but the revenue is relatively small compared to the likes of incumbents such as Plus 500. They seem to generate far superior returns, that I do not know quite why!
21/9/2018
12:16
f15jcm: Real value here IMO. They've been making a play for professional clients(excluded from ESMA leverage restrictions)running ads. during Sky News' Ian King Live business program and in the Investors Chronicle. Also, a significant share of their revenue is from outside of Europe and they are expanding operations in Australia. Debt free, attractive dividend, cash generative. As you point out, they've pulled back ~25% and the story hasn't changed. Pull back from IG has been less and ERSMA impacts will be broadly similar.
18/12/2017
08:36
masurenguy: RNS Number : 5761Z CMC Markets Plc 18 December 2017 Response to ESMA Proposals CMC Markets Plc ("CMC") notes the announcement by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) issued on Friday 15 December, further to announcements made by the Financial Conduct Authority and other European regulators in December 2016 and June 2017. This announcement includes proposals to improve investor protection for retail clients, and ESMA will conduct a brief consultation in January 2018 on the matter. The proposals include the following:- 1. Prohibit the marketing, distribution or sale to retail clients of binary options. 2. Restrict the marketing, distribution or sale to retail clients of CFDs, including rolling spot forex. Restrictions on CFDs under review are: - leverage limits on the opening of a position between 30:1 and 5:1, whose limit will vary according to the volatility of the underlying asset; - a margin close-out rule; - negative balance protection to provide a guaranteed limit on client losses; - a restriction on benefits incentivising trading; and - a standardised risk warning. Through its proprietary technology CMC can quickly respond to regulatory change as illustrated with the introduction of negative balance protection in Germany and a limited risk product in the UK this year. Fair client outcomes have always been a focus, with margin close-out and standardised risk warnings already in place throughout the Group. Binary products generated £2.1m of revenues from the UK and Europe in H1 18 and therefore any prohibition on the marketing of binary options to retail clients will be immaterial in a group context. Proposed margin changes are likely to have an impact on how clients trade, although at this stage it is not possible to quantify the impact. The Group has focused on higher value clients and has one of the highest revenue per clients in the industry. This coupled with geographic diversity, growing institutional business and a partnership with ANZ Bank to provide stockbroking services in Australia from September 2018, will help to mitigate any impact from ESMA's proposals. Whilst these proposed changes may have an impact on the Group, CMC welcomes a consistent approach to regulation, a 'level playing field' and the raising of standards in the industry. The Group's focus on attracting high value and experienced clients and its strong balance sheet, means that CMC is well positioned to take advantage of market opportunities that will arise from these proposals.
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