EEX wins football tournament

17 Jun 2012

God is a fan of the financials. Saturday the Financial Football Tournament was held on a bright sunny day. The Germans have won the title.

EEX, which is an acronym for the European Energy Exchange, won the final with 2-0 from Scrocca. To make matters worse for the rest of the field, the Leipzig based exchange even sent in some female players. Not only for their looks, but playing well and contributing with some goals. Not in the final, though.

Behind finalists EEX and Scrocca, the other teams topping the list at the end of the day were IMC, Caerus, Optiver and Binck.

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  • anonymous: talk about kicking out yanks [...]
  • anonymous: eh, why would yanks wanna waste their time amongst the fighting greeks and germans? [...]
  • anonymous: To confuse the yanks so much that they leave again. [...]
  • anonymous: then why do Europeans have to do this the difficult way? don't they have enough problems in the cont [...]
  • anonymous: In the US things are usually handled with a new basket consisting of the rights/newly issued shares [...]
  • anonymous: for the uninformed, what is 'claim emission option', is that what euronext is trying to do, to remov [...]
  • anonymous: Despite the fact that now after the claim emission option owners will feel less free to trade in cla [...]
  • anonymous: unlike in US, Europe/UK has much more spirit of law rather than 10,000 pages of rules book, so being [...]
  • Anonymous: I'm pretty sure any court that looks at the facts will not side with the "investors" who tried to be [...]
  • anonymous: Changing the rules without informing stakeholders in time (note: after more than 100.000 options hav [...]