|Bid||116.60 x 0|
|Ask||117.08 x 0|
|Day's range||115.25 - 117.07|
|52-week range||82.28 - 117.07|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.69|
|Forward dividend & yield||4.89 (4.64%)|
|1y target est||112.79|
A 28 billion-euro ($35 billion) payments error at Deutsche Bank AG in March wasn’t the first such blunder to befall the lender. In March 2014, the German bank mistakenly sent 21 billion euros to Macquarie Group Ltd. as collateral for an over-the-counter derivatives trade, according to a person familiar with the matter who declined to be identified. A Deutsche Bank spokesman confirmed the error, but declined to comment further.
Macquarie Capital is seeking to pare its stake in Taiwan’s first offshore wind farm, people with knowledge of the matter said. The Australian firm, which is an arm of Macquarie Group Ltd., has been reaching out to potential buyers for part of its 50 percent holding in the Formosa I project in the sea off northwestern Taiwan, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is private. Local developer Swancor Holding Co. owns the remainder.
Macquarie Capital is calling time on the three-decade bull run in U.S. Treasuries. “While the outlook for interest rates is highly uncertain, we feel that the bull market is over,” strategists including Thierry Wizman in New York wrote in a note published Wednesday. The call comes during a frenetic week for Treasuries, which are sliding as inflation expectations hover near the highest since 2014 following years of doubts about whether prices and wages would increase.
Wind farm developers may add as many as 25 gigawatts of capacity in 2019 and 2020 as the scheduled reduction of a U.S. tax credit spurs an unprecedented building boom, according to analysts at Macquarie ...
The specter of rising bond yields is haunting the $1.7 trillion infrastructure market. As the rate on U.S. Treasuries has jumped north of 3 percent over the past six months, the value of infrastructure funds has slumped. From a high of about 2.37 times book last September, the price of the S&P Global Infrastructure Index has slipped to less than 2 times in a series of moves that closely mirror the 10-year yield.
Macquarie Group has lifted its full-year profit 15 per cent to a record $2.56 billion and expects to make a similar amount next year.
A lawyer for a Macquarie Group Ltd. executive told a New York judge he’d seek a court order forcing the Australian bank to let his client return from paid leave while her sexual harassment suit against ...
Macquarie Group Ltd.’s embattled head of U.S. sales for cash equities accused the Australian bank of expelling her from the office and putting her reputation in the industry at risk -- all in retaliation for the sexual-harassment suit she filed against her former boss. The dueling versions of events are described in two letters to U.S. District Judge Ronnie Abrams: one from McLaughlin on April 20 and another from the Sydney-based bank three days later. McLaughlin seeks a court order requiring the bank to reinstate her and stop retaliating, while Macquarie says McLaughlin despises the bank and doesn’t want to be there.
Macquarie Group Head of Strategy, Fixed Income and Currencies Nizam Idris discusses the currency market and talks about inflation. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Macquarie Atlas Roads has chosen global infrastructure executive Graeme Bevans to be the chief executive of the toll roads operator once it separates its management from the Macquarie Group. Mr Bevans was formerly the chief executive in the UK of Annuity Infrastructure, head of core strategies at Alinda Capital Partners in the US, and head of infrastructure at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. Macquarie Atlas will be renamed Atlas Arteria once it is spun off from Macquarie Group.
Macquarie Atlas Roads has chosen infrastructure specialist Graeme Bevans to lead the toll roads firm once it separates its management from Macquarie Group.
Macquarie Group Ltd (ASX:MQG) has invested in new company Data Exchange Network Ltd (ASX:DXN).
Macquarie Atlas Roads will be renamed Atlas Arteria once it has separated its management from the Macquarie Group. The toll road operator, which demerged from Macquarie Infrastructure Group in 2010, has fleshed out its previously announced management plans and is searching for a new chief executive after James Hooke opted to stay with Macquarie Group. Mr Hooke has led the US-listed Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation and only succeeded Peter Trent as MQA chief executive in February.
LOS ANGELES, April 02, 2018-- The Harbor Performance Enhancement Center, a unique $130 million-dollar public-private partnership dedicated to facilitating sustainable freight movement and supply chain ...
Apr.04 -- Thierry Wizman, global interest rates and currencies strategist at Macquarie Capital, discusses the potential for China to retaliate against the U.S. by dumping Treasuries. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."