reply to post by Doomsday 2029
Hmm.. it's +55% right now.. here's their webpage
Their last "Historical moment" according to their site:
CCFE launches Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Futures
Yay more derivatives.. we didn't have enough of those.
ECX sets new Daily Record - April 27th 2010
I figured someone somewhere out there would declare this some program designed by (insert mythical financial controler here) so I looked up their top
10 share holders:
Invesco Asset Management Limited 29.75%
Directors and Related 15.70%
BlackRock Advisors 8.64%
Intercontinental Exchange 4.79%
Generation Investment Management LLP 2.98%
Fidelity (Institutional Group) 2.63%
William Blair & Company, LLC 2.45%
Deutsche Wertpapierservice Bank Ag - Custodian 2.33%
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board 2.11%
Jupiter Asset Management Ltd 1.29%
I thought the Ontario pension plan was effin hilarious. I laughed.
Cannot find "Directors" atm however.
Investco (largest share holder) is a real estate investment firm out of Summers Washington. I cannot find anything related to carbon emissions from
Intercontinental Exchange which owns nearly 5% is...... well I'll let Wiki explain because it's a bunch of blah
IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE) is an American financial company that operates Internet-based marketplaces which trade futures and
over-the-counter (OTC) energy and commodity contracts as well as derivative financial products. While the company's original focus was energy
products (crude and refined oil, natural gas, power, and emissions), recent acquisitions have expanded its activity into the "soft" commodities
(sugar, cotton and coffee), foreign exchange and equity index futures.
I think I found out maybe?
Shares in Issue - 47,592,023 Shares not in public hands is 64.42%
Perhaps since Beck decided to give them some publicity there was demand, and they raised some cash by offering some of their shares.