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[edit]

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[edit]

Suzanne Petren Moritz, Chief Executive Officer

Alyce Andres-Frantz, Chicago Bureau Chief

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