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Broker ICAP finds no sign of "wash trades" linked to Libor

07 Feb 2013

LONDON Brokerage ICAP said it had found no signs of telltale "wash trades" used by banks to reward brokers for their help rigging interest rates, in the firm's latest move to distance itself from the Libor scandal.

UK broker ICAP starts 2013 on trading high

07 Feb 2013

LONDON ICAP , the world's largest broker, lifted trading levels at the start of the year after a dip at the end of 2012 and forecast annual profit in line with expectations, giving a boost to a company under investigation over Libor fixing.

UPDATE 1-ICAP starts 2013 on high after slow year end

07 Feb 2013

LONDON, Feb 7 ICAP lifted trading levels at the start of the year after a dip at the end of 2012 and said it expected to post annual profit in line with expectations, offering a boost to the broker under investigation for Libor fixing.

NYSE quarterly profit falls, but tops view on cost cuts

05 Feb 2013

NEW YORK, LONDON NYSE Euronext's focus on cutting costs amid a lackluster trading environment helped it beat profit expectations for the fourth quarter, and the exchange operator pledged to further reduce expenses as it prepares for its proposed sale to IntercontinentalExchange (ICE).

NYSE Euronext to cut costs ahead of ICE sale

05 Feb 2013

LONDON NYSE Euronext has pledged to reduce costs further to offset slower trading as it prepares for this year's planned sale to IntercontinentalExchange (ICE).

UPDATE 1-NYSE Euronext revenue slips on sluggish trading

05 Feb 2013

LONDON, Feb 5 NYSE Euronext, the exchange being bought by rival the IntercontinentalExchange , said slower trading drove fourth-quarter net revenue down 11 percent to $562 million.

ICAP confirms regulatory probe over Libor setting

24 Jan 2013

LONDON ICAP said it was being investigated by the British regulator over Libor setting, making the world's largest broker the first non-bank to confirm it has been linked with the scandal over fixing the lending rate.

ICAP confirms regulatory probe over Libor setting

24 Jan 2013

LONDON ICAP said it was being investigated by the British regulator over Libor setting, making the world's largest broker the first non-bank to confirm it has been linked with the scandal over fixing the lending rate.

UPDATE 1-ICAP confirms regulatory probe over Libor setting

24 Jan 2013

LONDON, Jan 24 ICAP has said it is being investigated by the British regulator over Libor setting, making the world's largest broker the first non-bank to confirm it has been linked with the scandal over fixing the lending rate.

LSE data unit helps exchange offset weaker markets

24 Jan 2013

LONDON The London Stock Exchange's data business helped the group wipe out losses in capital markets and treasury income to beat forecasts with a 6 percent rise in quarterly income.

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