Archive for October, 2014

postheadericon NYSE Outage Sends Firms Scrambling to Assess Fallout – Wall Street Journal (blog)

NYSE Outage Sends Firms Scrambling to Assess Fallout
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The outage of a critical piece of stock-market infrastructure Thursday afternoon prompted a scramble among brokerage firms to assess the impact. Many traders said a rash of oddly priced trades flooded the market in a number of stocks, exchange-traded …

postheadericon Singapore Stock Exchange tries to lure more secondary listings – CITY A.M.


CITY A.M.
Singapore Stock Exchange tries to lure more secondary listings
CITY A.M.
SGX is using a definition provided by FTSE and MSCI to determine which markets are developed. They include the UK. The exchange is hoping to attract US and European companies looking to tap Asian investors. “When a company is secondary-listed on …

postheadericon Dow, S&P 500 are back at record highs as the stock market closes out a seesaw … – Newser

Dow, S&P 500 are back at record highs as the stock market closes out a seesaw
Newser
Specialist Michael Pistillo, left, works with traders at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. U.S. stocks are opening higher following big gains in Asia after Japan… (Associated Press) …

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postheadericon Stock Exchange Announcement No 8 – 2014 – Interim Report Q3 – GlobeNewswire (press release)

Stock Exchange Announcement No 8 – 2014 – Interim Report Q3
GlobeNewswire (press release)
The Supervisory Board of Tivoli A/S has at today's board meeting considered and adopted the Interim Report for the period 1 January – 30 September 2014. Results at 30 September 2014 in outline: Revenue including tenants and lessees: DKK 880.9 million …

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postheadericon Upbeat Economic and Corporate News Lift Market – New York Times

Upbeat Economic and Corporate News Lift Market
New York Times
The stock market rose on Thursday, helped by a strong reading on quarterly economic growth and by another round of positive earnings reports. Visa, which posted strong results, accounted for about 140 points of the 221-point gain in the Dow Jones …

postheadericon How We Underestimated the ‘Black Tuesday’ Stock Market Crash – TIME

How We Underestimated the 'Black Tuesday' Stock Market Crash
TIME
It was pretty impossible not to notice that something bad had happened: in the days leading up to Oct. 29, 1929, the stock market was already reeling from a series of smaller sell-offs leading up to “Black Tuesday,” the day commonly used to mark the

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postheadericon Luxembourg Stock Exchange to delist Ranbaxy GDR programme with effect from … – Economic Times

Luxembourg Stock Exchange to delist Ranbaxy GDR programme with effect from
Economic Times
In view of the proposed termination of the deposit agreement on December 15, 2014, the LSE will de-list the GDS from the official list and withdraw the trading of GDS on the Euro MTF Market of the LSE with effect from December 15, 2014, Ranbaxy …

postheadericon NYSE, Nasdaq ‘normal’ after seeing trading issues – CNBC


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NYSE, Nasdaq 'normal' after seeing trading issues
CNBC
The issue was with the SIP, the Security Information Processor, for stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange. NYSE alerted "market-wide issues" between 1:40 p.m. ET and 1:50 p.m. ET, later reporting a hardware failure affected three of its data

postheadericon Another stock exchange glitch, but no trading halt – CNBC


CNBC
Another stock exchange glitch, but no trading halt
CNBC
Another tech glitch, this time with the NYSE's Securities Information Processor (SIP), which consolidates quote and trade data for NYSE-listed stocks. According to a statement from the NYSE, the first glitch occurred at 1:07 PM ET. The SIP went down
New York Stock Exchange Suffers Brief Trading Processors IssueFox Business
US Stocks Rise; NYSE Experiences Technical GlitchWall Street Journal
New York Stock Exchange recovers after "experiencing issues"CITY A.M.
Bloomberg
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postheadericon Start-up Stock Exchange: Covering The Funding Gap – Forbes

Start-up Stock Exchange: Covering The Funding Gap
Forbes
Funding remains one of the biggest issues facing entrepreneurs. A recent survey by consutlancy, EY found that 55% of entrepreneurs consider it to be the biggest hurdle – over other problems such as uncertainty of income (37%) or market conditions (6%).

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postheadericon Are Banks Too Expensive to Use? – New York Times

Are Banks Too Expensive to Use?
New York Times
Joe took advantage of the lull to tell me how to sell prepaid cards — reloadable cash cards that operate like debit cards but aren't linked to a bank account — to customers. “If they're using the card to pay a bunch of bills, and they're paying a

postheadericon Regional Banks Push Back Against Swaps ‘Push-Out’ Rule – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
Regional Banks Push Back Against Swaps 'Push-Out' Rule
Wall Street Journal
Banks argue the rule—slated to go into effect next year—would merely increase costs on corporations that use swaps to hedge against everyday business risks, like the cost of jet fuel or interest-rate changes, and could actually pose a greater risk to

postheadericon RLPC-Changes to Fat Face’s leveraged loan hits banks – Reuters

RLPC-Changes to Fat Face's leveraged loan hits banks
Reuters
Arranging banks Citigroup and Goldman Sachs have had to increase an Original Issue Discount (OID) on Fat Face's 210 million pounds (336.17 million US dollar) dividend recapitalisation for a second time, which will cause losses for the banks, bankers said.

postheadericon Recent Moves by Central Banks, at a Glance – ABC News


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Recent Moves by Central Banks, at a Glance
ABC News
On Friday, the Bank of Japan surprised financial markets by intensifying its purchases of government bonds and other assets to try to revive a faltering recovery. Across the Pacific, the Federal Reserve took the opposite step earlier in the week
Banks lead UK's FTSE higher after Japanese stimulus boostReuters

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postheadericon Theme in Big Banks’ Latest Earnings Reports: Legal Costs – New York Times

Theme in Big Banks' Latest Earnings Reports: Legal Costs
New York Times
In recent days, Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and UBS said they had put aside big sums for legal expenses, much of it related to currency rate manipulation. That suggests that many American and British
Bank synchrony hints at right kind of collusionReuters Blogs (blog)
Legal woes continue to stalk Swiss banksswissinfo.ch

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postheadericon Credit: NPR Staff – NPR


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Credit: NPR Staff
NPR
T-Pain's effects-less set grabbed more attention at the time, given the extent to which digital alterations are expected of him, but this performance by Banks is, in its own way, an even greater high-wire act. Banks' terrific full-length debut, Goddess
BANKS Performs For NPR's “Tiny Desk Concerts”: WatchIdolator: All About The Music

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postheadericon Banks boost FX settlement war chest to as much as $6.5 billion – Reuters


Reuters
Banks boost FX settlement war chest to as much as $6.5 billion
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – Major U.S. and European investment banks this month boosted to as much as $6.5 billion their collective war chest for settling with global regulators who are investigating allegations of collusion and manipulation in the foreign
Banks boost FX settlement war chest to as much as $6.5BCNBC
Banks set aside more than $6 billion for FX finesFX Week (subscription)

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postheadericon Philip Banks III, NYPD’s highest uniformed official, resigns – Newsday


New York Daily News
Philip Banks III, NYPD's highest uniformed official, resigns
Newsday
Philip Banks III, the highest uniformed official on the NYPD, has quit his job as chief of department and is resigning from the force on the eve of a promotion. Commissioner William Bratton said he was disappointed and "saddened" by Banks' decision.
Report: NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks resigning positionStaten Island Advance – SILive.com
NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks resigns after 28 years on force: sourcesNew York Daily News
NYPD Chief Of Department Philip Banks Resigns Days Before Taking New CBS Local
NBC New York -New York Times -Business Insider
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postheadericon Barclays, U.K. Lenders Surge on ‘Bank-Friendly’ BOE Ratio – Bloomberg


Bloomberg
Barclays, U.K. Lenders Surge on 'Bank-Friendly' BOE Ratio
Bloomberg
Barclays Plc (BARC) led banks higher in London trading, soaring the most in more than 18 months, after the Bank of England set a minimum regulatory ratio at a lower-than-expected level and gave firms until 2019 to comply. Britain's biggest banks will
British banksThe Economist
Bank of England Sets New Capital Requirements for LendersNew York Times
British banks buoyed by new rules on risk buffersReuters
Financial Times -BBC News
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postheadericon European banks – The Economist

European banks
The Economist
FIVE years ago this month, the discovery of a black hole in Greece's public finances marked the start of the euro-zone crisis. Policymakers have scrambled to contain it ever since. The outcome of their latest ploy, a probe of the continent's banks
How A Bank Stress Test WorksBenzinga
European Investors Get Jittery Over Banking StocksWall Street Journal
Peripheral banks lead European shares lower after positive startReuters
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