Shares of Cboe World Markets Inc.
rose 1.48% to $114.11 Wednesday, on what proved to be an all-around poor buying and selling session for the inventory market, with the S&P 500 Index
falling 0.18% to 4,219.55 and Dow Jones Industrial Common
falling 0.44% to 34,447.14. This was the inventory’s third consecutive day of features. Cboe World Markets Inc. closed $2.28 under its 52-week excessive ($116.39), which the corporate reached on Could thirteenth.
The inventory outperformed a few of its rivals Wednesday, as CME Group Inc. Cl A
fell 0.57% to $215.51, Intercontinental Trade Inc.
fell 0.21% to $110.85, and Nasdaq Inc.
rose 0.09% to $169.12. Buying and selling quantity (551,102) eclipsed its 50-day common quantity of 500,546.