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BME earns 11% less and announces a reduction in tariffs

BME Earns 11% Less And Announces A Reduction In Tariffs

BME ‘s income for 2018 fell -0.5% to 78.8 million euros while operating costs grew +7.2% to 30.5 million euros. Moreover, in order to confront the competition from alternative platforms, BME will reduce tariffs to attract volume. It will lower the charge on the most liquid shares from 0.30 to 0.25 bp for intermediaries who meet a series of requirements and fix the charge for shares with a floating capital between 3/10 billion euros at 0.60 bp.






Carlos Fernández

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No Picture

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