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postheadericon Show me the money: How to ask for a raise

Andrew Saenz had never asked for a raise before. "I thought it was going to blow up right in my face," the 25-year-old Lincoln Park resident said. "It was my first time negotiating for anything like that [in] all my life." Saenz had done part-time contract work at a small public relations firm for about two years before his bosses offered him a full-time position this fall. But he had asked …

postheadericon Big Banks Slapped With £2.6bn FX ‘Rate Rigging’ Fines But Will They Ever Learn? – Forbes


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Big Banks Slapped With £2.6bn FX 'Rate Rigging' Fines But Will They Ever Learn?
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The $64m question remains, however, will anything be learned by the banks involved once they have settled their fines? I somehow doubt it given past performance. More to the point can anything be done to curtail rogue trading behaviours around the …
Global banks fined billions in currency probeValdosta Daily Times
Forex banks prepare to claw back bonusesCNBC
Banking is changing, slowly, but its culture is still corruptThe Guardian
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postheadericon W&M receives gift to fund new finance center in Business School – William and Mary News


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W&M receives gift to fund new finance center in Business School
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The gift funded the creation of the Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance which provides experiential learning opportunities for William & Mary students seeking careers in finance. “I am a fourth generation William & Mary alumnus, so the College has

postheadericon Global Banks Face 25% Loss-Absorbency Rule in FSB Plan – Bloomberg


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Global Banks Face 25% Loss-Absorbency Rule in FSB Plan
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The largest global banks will have to hold more capital and liabilities than previously reported that can automatically be written off in a crisis — as much as a quarter of risk-weighted assets — as regulators take on lenders deemed too big to fail

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postheadericon LA is ‘epicenter’ of cartel money laundering, US official says – Los Angeles Times

LA is 'epicenter' of cartel money laundering, US official says
Los Angeles Times
“Los Angeles has become the epicenter of narco-dollar money laundering with couriers regularly bringing duffel bags and suitcases full of cash to many businesses,” Robert E. Dugdale, the assistant U.S. attorney in charge of federal criminal

postheadericon EU Concerned Banks Are Ignoring Rules on Bonus Limits – Wall Street Journal


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EU Concerned Banks Are Ignoring Rules on Bonus Limits
Wall Street Journal
The European Union's financial-services czar is stepping up the pressure on banks to obey rules limiting bonuses for key employees, just as the bloc's top court begins its examination of the caps' legality. In a letter addressed to Andrea Enria, the
EU Pledges Policy Response For Banks Flouting Bonus Pay RulesMNI News
EU's Barnier seeks result of probe into banker allowances by end of SeptReuters
Brussels warns City over bankers' allowances to 'sidestep bonus cap'Financial Times

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postheadericon Finance Ministry to take up 35 FDI proposals – Economic Times


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Finance Ministry to take up 35 FDI proposals
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Finance Ministry will take call on 35 foreign direct investment proposals, including that of Bharti Shipyard and Verizon Communications, later this month. The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) headed by Finance Secretary Arvind …

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postheadericon Elizabeth Banks Dishes on Her Last Day on the ‘Hunger Games’ Set – ABC News


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Elizabeth Banks Dishes on Her Last Day on the 'Hunger Games' Set
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Still, Banks, who said she "cherished" her character, Effie and the storylines in general, is already onto other projects. For one, she's helping to judge a Frito-Lay Super Bowl commercial contest, in which filmmakers submit commercials for Doritos
Elizabeth Banks Dishes on Her Last Day on the “Hunger Games” SetmyCentralOregon.com

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postheadericon Goldman Sachs Plans Sukuk Issue As Islamic Finance Goes Mainstream – Business Insider


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Goldman Sachs Plans Sukuk Issue As Islamic Finance Goes Mainstream
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DUBAI/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs is reviving plans to issue at least $500 million worth of Islamic bonds, a sign that Islamic finance is going mainstream as big conventional banks seek to tap Middle Eastern money. The U.S. bank will meet …

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postheadericon The imperfect reality of modern Islamic finance – Financial Times


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The imperfect reality of modern Islamic finance
Financial Times
That much is clear from the scriptures of almost every major religion on the planet. Jews, Christians and Hindus have over the centuries made their peace with usury, but many Muslims still have a profound distaste for this bedrock of modern finance.
Book Review – The history and future of Islamic financeIrish Independent

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postheadericon In Stock Market, Anxiety Can Be Good Thing – Wall Street Journal


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In Stock Market, Anxiety Can Be Good Thing
Wall Street Journal
With stock prices high and the globe unsettled, investors are feeling unusually anxious. Paradoxically, that could be a fine thing for markets, some stock strategists say. "When everyone thinks things look bad, that is when you want to buy," said

postheadericon Chairman steps down as Epwin is floated on Stock Exchange – Torquay Herald Express


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Chairman steps down as Epwin is floated on Stock Exchange
Torquay Herald Express
The company floated on the Stock Exchange in 1980, before being brought back into private ownership in 2000 by Mr Rawson. In 2012, Epwin, then parent company of Devon and Cornwall-based Europlas, merged with Manchester-based company Latium.

postheadericon An early rally fades on the US stock market – 7News Boston WHDH-TV – WHDH-TV


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An early rally fades on the US stock market – 7News Boston WHDH-TV
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(AP Photo/Richard Drew). Trader Glenn Kessler works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Monday, July 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Richard Drew). Specialist John O'hara, center, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Monday, July 28, 2014.
Asian stock markets make modest gains ahead of US, China data later this weekNewser
Asia stocks rise on earnings, await US growth dataKansas.com

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postheadericon Favored Banks as Earnings Season Ends – Barron’s

Favored Banks as Earnings Season Ends
Barron’s
Following most of the large banks in our coverage universe reporting in the last week, several key trends stood out in the quarter including the fact that some of the highest-quality names we prefer in our coverage list disappointed relative to

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postheadericon Russian stocks feel squeeze of fresh US sanctions – USA TODAY

Russian stocks feel squeeze of fresh US sanctions
USA TODAY
Russian stocks took a hit on the news in trading Thursday, with its Micex stock index, which trades on the Moscow Exchange, tumbling 1.9%. Shares of Rosneft were also trading in the red. “Renewed Russia fears dent markets” is the way Barclays described …

postheadericon Why we hate to work so much – Yahoo Finance (blog)

Why we hate to work so much
Yahoo Finance (blog)
Employees are working harder than ever these days as companies continue to operate with a leaner workforce post-financial crisis. Longer hours, added responsibilities and the pressure to be available at all times has become the new normal for millions

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postheadericon San Diego Stock Exchange – San Diego Source (subscription)

San Diego Stock Exchange
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The San Diego Stock Exchange Index closed lower Thursday at 156.47, down 1.59 percent from Wednesday. Declining issues beat advancers 62 to 14, and 111 issues were unchanged. Overland Storage Inc. (Nasdaq: OVRL) was the top dollar gainer, …

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postheadericon New York Stock Exchange will keep its iconic trading floor under new ownership – New York Daily News


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New York Stock Exchange will keep its iconic trading floor under new ownership
New York Daily News
Analysts say keeping a lively presence on the stock floor is a smart move. “Talk to a businessman in Hong Kong or Shanghai, and they still think the New York Stock Exchange is a special place,” said Fordham University finance Prof. Paul Bennett. “And

postheadericon China to boost bank lending power, though IMF says no need – Reuters


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China to boost bank lending power, though IMF says no need
Reuters
The China Banking Regulator Commission (CBRC) did not say when reductions in banks' reserve requirement ratios would be made, but it is the third time in as many months that Beijing has signalled a cut in RRRs, which would free up more cash for lending …
China Regulator Pledges to Expand Credit as Economy SlowsBloomberg

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postheadericon Banks, materials stocks drag on market

Banks and resources stocks have pulled the Australian sharemarket lower following sell-offs overseas.

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