Tag: Q3 results

October 31, 2014 BY Mike Fox

Off all-time record quarterly revenue, GAIN Capital's Q3 net income rises 163% YoY to $14.7 million

While the big news is Gain Capital's acquisition of City Index, the brokerage also announced preliminary results today for the third quarter ended September 30, 2014. The results were pretty good and this is not surprising considering the company's record volume metrics from September. The numbers were particularly good for the retail segment which notched…

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October 29, 2013 BY Gerald Segal

Thomson Reuters misses Q3 revenue estimates due in part to weak FX volumes

TRI did, however, surpass 100,000 Eikon desktops installed early in Q4. Information provider Thomson Reuters (NYSE:TRI) reported mixed Q3 results this morning, which saw its earnings beat estimates but its revenues disappoint somewhat. One of the reasons given for the lighter revenues was lower trade volumes in foreign exchange and fixed income markets. Thomson Reuters…

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November 06, 2012 BY Gerald Segal

Swissquote FX volumes up nicely in Q3

Swissquote also expanding to Malta, second office outside Switzerland. Leading Swiss online brokerage Swissquote (a member of LeapRate's Approved List of global Forex brokerage firms) announced today that FX volumes increased nicely in Q3 to average CHF 37 billion per month (or $38 billion), up more than 30% over Q2. This is a nice development to…

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November 02, 2012 BY Gerald Segal

Gain Capital (Forex.com) reports Q3 – not bad, all things considered

Retail volumes continue to fall, but institutional volumes strong After a two-day delay due to Hurricane Sandy, Gain Capital (Forex.com) announced its Q3 results after markets closed yesterday, showing an overall profit (albeit a small one) of $3.6 million on revenues of $40 million for the quarter. Both numbers were well below Q3 figures last…

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October 30, 2012 BY Gerald Segal

Hurricane Sandy fallout in the FX world

FXCM lines down; will Gain report Q3? NYSE still closed.... First of all, we'd like to take this opportunity to wish our best to all those in Sandy's path, in the US northeast and in Canada. Hope you are staying safe. While limited geographically, the storm is having worldwide implications given (especially) the New York…

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