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John Lothian Newsletter: June 14, 2010: Regulators need correct ...
Every year, companies face new challenges to establish compliance programs and processes to meet new regulations and this year is no exception. The extreme complexities of companies operating in energy markets - the marketplaces they operate in, the trades they execute, the contracts they enter into, and the rules they have to abide by - create special hurdles in complying with the growing number of regulations. It’s no surprise that, in the aftermath of last year’s meltdown on Wall Street, U.S. Congress is on the brink of passing a sweeping overhaul of the financial regulatory system aimed at reducing ... market research, surveys and trends
New Jersey Real Estate Report ยป S&P Case Shiller October Home ...
The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city housing index released Tuesday fell by a record 18 percent from October last year, the largest drop since its inception in 2000. The 10-city index tumbled 19.1 percent, its biggest decline in its 21-year history. Both indices have recorded year-over-year declines for 22 straight months. Prices are at levels not seen since March 2004. Prices in the 20-city index have plummeted more than 23.4 percent from their peak in July 2006. The 10-city index has fallen 25 percent since its peak in June 2006. None of the 20 cities saw annual price gains in October — for the ... market research, surveys and trends


Blackstone to Buy Equity Office for $20 Billion (Update6 ...
Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Blackstone Group LP, manager of the world's largest buyout fund, agreed to acquire billionaire Sam Zell's Equity Office Properties Trust for about $20 billion in the biggest takeover of a real estate company. Equity Office shareholders will receive $48.50 a share, 8.5 percent more than Friday's closing price, the companies said in a statement yesterday. Including debt, the transaction is worth $36 billion, exceeding this year's $33 billion purchase of hospital chain HCA Inc. to become the biggest leveraged buyout in history. Blackstone is gaining 580 office buildings spread ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Tepper Turns Panic to Profits With $6.5 Billion Hedge Fund Gain ...
Jan. 5 (Bloomberg) -- David Tepper often throws a $20 bill on the floor when he’s weighing a big investment with analysts at Appaloosa Management LP. “Would you pick that up?” Tepper, founder and president of Appaloosa, asks them. His point: The best trades can be like found money. That was the case in early 2009, he says. Shares of banks such as Citigroup Inc. and Bank of America Corp. were collapsing on rumors they would be nationalized. On Feb. 25, the U.S. Treasury put out a white paper and a term sheet on its Web site for the government’s Capital Assistance ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Director (technical, quantitative, and index research) for CIBC World Markets. ... Prior to founding, he held senior developer positions in a few software companies. ... Later, he traded ECU arbitrage for Bank ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
SEC News Digest (Issue 2009-138; July 21, 2009)
The registration of the registered securities of Keystone Ventures, Inc. (Keystone) has been revoked. Keystone had repeatedly failed to file required annual and quarterly reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Thus, Keystone violated a crucial provision of the federal securities laws that requires public corporations to publicly disclose current, accurate financial information so that investors may make informed decisions. The revocation was ordered in an administrative proceeding before an administrative law judge. (Rel. 34-60350 ; File No. 3-13523) On July 21, the Commission issued an Order Instituting Public ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Baruch MFE student profiles | Master of Financial Engineering ...
graduated summa cum laude as a Honors College Scholar from Kent State University in 2009 with a major in Finance and minors in Economics and Applied Mathematics. He received Kent State University Presidential Scholarship and a member of Beta Gamma Sigma. Alex spent summer of 2008 at Merrill Lynch where he assisted brokers with various duties, mainly screening for stocks and back-testing investment strategies. In joining the Baruch MFE program, he is interested in a career in proprietary trading at a bond /commodities desk in an investment bank. Alex enjoys basketball, soccer, outdoors, chess, raves. I wanted to attend small ...
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Quote: "In one of the most dizzying half-hours in stock market history, the Dow plunged nearly 1,000 points before paring those losses—all apparently due to a trader error." It may very well prove to have been the case. But is it strange that the information is presented by using the term "apparently" in the opening paragraph, even though there is no real evidence, yet. This is just a working hypothesis, according to the article. Regardless, whether it was a trader error that caused the selloff or not, something like that is indeed possible. Then, what is to prevent a trader (one person) from intentionally causing such a ...
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