Market News International

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Market News International
Founded 1983
Headquarters Based in U.S. with bureaus in Beijing, Berlin, Brussels, Chicago, Frankfurt, London, New York, Paris, Singapore, Tokyo and Washington D.C.
Twitter @MNINews
Website www.mni-news.com

Market News International (MNI) is a provider of news and intelligence specifically for professionals in the global foreign exchange and fixed income markets. MNI offers news and news analysis, linking news to the capital markets.[1]

It is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Boerse Group.[2] However, in July of 2016, Deutsche Boerse agreed to sell MNI to Hale Global in a deal expected to close in the third quarter of 2016. Details of the deal were confidential.

MNI contributed less than 1 percent to the Deutsche Boerse Group’s net revenues in 2015.[3]

MNI employs 60 journalists in 12 bureaus across America, Asia, and Europe. The markets reporting staff includes former fixed-income and currency traders and strategists who know the markets, while the macroeconomic policy and data correspondents combine economics expertise with financial journalism.

History

In December of 2008, German stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse paid $10 million to acquire MNI from China's Xinhua Finance. Deutsche Boerse aimed to expand the offering of its segment Market Data & Analytics by acquiring MNI.

Key People

Suzanne Petren Moritz, Chief Executive Officer

Alyce Andres-Frantz, Chicago Bureau Chief

References

  1. Press Release. Market News.
  2. Deutsche Boerse Buys Market News International. Reuters.
  3. Deutsche-Boerse to divest Market News International. Deutsche Boerse.