Fortune 40 million U.S. dollars to sell its information network dailyfx caxa实体设计

FXCM $40 million sale of its information network DailyFX U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes of FX168 view the latest market news online forex trading and related service providers FXCM (FXCM) said in a statement Friday, the information website DailyFX at a price of $40 million sold to a global leader in online trading group IG. The transaction is expected to be completed by the end of October. The proceeds from the sale will be used to repay loans to Leucadia, the statement said. The deal after more than half of the debt exchange will pay a total of $157 million to Leucadia, and only the remaining $153 million in debt. Last year the Swiss black swan event, FXCM suffered huge losses, then forced to accept Leucadia $300 million, 2 year bailout loans. FXCM’s official press release reads as follows: FXCM signed an agreement to sell $40 million of its news research website DailyFX, New York, September 30, 2016 FXCM Inc. (NASDAQ:FXCM) ("FXCM"), one of the leading online forex trading and related service providers. Announced today that it will sell the news research site DailyFX for $40 million to IG, a global leader in online trading (IG). According to the IG final approval and customary closing conditions, the transaction is expected to be completed by the end of October. As a last resort, IG will receive all of the business, including the global and domain names, source code and content of DailyFX. This transaction, DailyFX 34 will go to IG’s existing staff. DailyFX will continue to serve as an American and Canadian resident visit to the English language website advertisers. Once the transaction is completed, the transfer for the purpose of the transition period will start immediately at the end of the transaction by FXCM will pay $36 million, and the completion of a certain request after another $4 million. The proceeds from the sale will be used to repay the loan of Leucadia. This transaction will repay the exchange after more than half of the total debt of $157 million to Leucadia, and only the remaining $153 million in debt. Drew, chief executive officer of Niv, said, "although DailyFX is a high quality asset and the asset has not previously been a target for sale, we believe that it is necessary to seize the opportunity when it comes. We currently have no plans to sell any other retail foreign exchange assets, also believe that holding the remaining assets will be sufficient to repay the remaining debt Leucadia." We will continue to rely on education, trading tools and resources, and will continue to provide high quality foreign exchange trading education and news and analysis through various websites, trading platforms and various charts and tools. The company will continue to provide customers with exclusive data and distinguished resources. In the next few weeks, the blessing will be launched FXCM Plus a password protected for all customers to provide exclusive data, including signals, emotional number 3相关的主题文章: