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The official report from the Committee of European Banking Supervisors on the 2010 bank stress tests. Use the on-screen controls to zoom in or scroll through the 55-page document. CEBS Stress Tests The following is a guest post by Christopher Whalen , senior vice president and managing director of Institutional Risk Analytics. You can also follow him on twitter . The opinions expressed are his own. Waiting for the results of the EU stress tests, one is reminded of the many times in the past century when the U.S. has rescued the Europeans from their tendency to wage war against one another and go broke in the process. Having now ...
Dish Network has approximately 24,500 employees, most of which are located within the U.S. The corporate office is based in the Meridian Complex located in Englewood , Colorado. Offspring of the Echostar Satellite L.L.C., and founded by Charles Ergen , his wife Candy and their friend Jim DeFranco as a satellite TV equipment distributor in 1980, DISH Network was officially branded in March 1996. This branding comes after the successful launch of its first satellite, Echostar I in December 1995 and marked the beginning of the company offering subscription television services. The company has since launched numerous satellites, ...
Know your Tolerance for Investment Risk Before Designing An ...
What is risk tolerance and how does it influence your investment decisions? Understanding what you can and cannot emotionally tolerate losing will help you make better investment decisions and ultimately gain higher returns. What is risk tolerance? It’s your ability to deal with investment losses … usually in the short-run … to have the chance of earning higher long-term returns than you would get in a bank account. ØOn the one hand it’s about how much you can afford to lose. ØOn the other hand, it’s also about how much money you can emotionally tolerate losing. It’s ... market research, surveys and trends
Canadian Coalbed Methane Stocks: 7 Things To Know Just Before ...
More investors are now inquiring about Coalbed Methane exploration companies. Just as uranium miners were flying properly beneath the radar screen in early 2004, coalbed methane exploration may very nicely be the subsequent really hot sector later this year and next. Historically, coalbed methane fuel endangered coal miners, resulting in alarming fatalities early in the prior century. This could be the fate suffered nowadays by many Chinese coal miners inside the smaller, private coal mines. Normally, the methane fuel trapped in coal seams was flared out, before underground mining started, in purchase to prevent those ... market research, surveys and trends


2010 Trends: 10 and 1/2 Trends to Watch
We read the reports. Sifted the data. Nagged insiders until they gave up the goods. Now, here's the result: 10-plus business trends that are thriving even in this economy. Economic Turmoil It's not the $700 billion bank bailout. And no, it's not the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The real economic stimulus is ... wait for it ... the recession. That's right, the Great Recession. This upside-down economy is creating entrepreneurial opportunities aplenty, so long as you can deal with a situation about as stable as a lava flow. Results from Challenger, Gray & Christmas' job ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Vestas Sells Bonds for First Time as Growth Slows (Update5 ...
March 15 (Bloomberg) -- Vestas Wind Systems A/S, the biggest maker of wind turbines, is selling bonds for the first time to diversify funding as growth in the market slows. The company successfully placed a 600 million-euro five- year bond offering paying a coupon of 4.625 percent, it said in a statement today. The offer, which goes on issue on March 23, corresponds to a yield of 225 basis points more than the benchmark mid-swap rate, the company said. Revenue growth at Vestas slowed after the credit crisis prompted banks to restrict lending to wind park developers, causing project cancellations and delays. Last month, Vestas ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Why a climate bill failed
If you wanted to design a threat that our political system couldn't address, here's what you'd do: You'd make the pain of doing nothing come much later, but the pain of doing something begin right now. You'd concentrate the costs of failure in poor countries, while the costs of a policy solution would be concentrated in certain regions of America. You'd make it hard to solve without the imposition of a new tax. You'd make sure that some of the largest and richest industries in the world had an enormous amount to fear from that tax. Which is all to say, it's no surprise that Congress is ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Simple strategies for better results
couple of weeks ago, the London School of   Economics hosted a conference on The Future of Finance – with speakers including the FT’s Martin Wolf, business secretary Vince Cable, and a cast of macro-economists. But if you want to know the future for private investors, I suggest you skip straight to event organiser Paul Woolley’s paper, “Why are financial markets so inefficient and exploitative?” (you can download it at uk). Woolley believes one of the main reasons is that the interests of brokers, advisers, and bankers are not aligned with the interests of end investors – because of excessive fees and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Note that the number is close to 50% for time horizons up to five years, ..... public offerings during hot periods and partly because of the absence of offerings during cold periods. .... For instance, growth investing seems to do much ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Beginners' Guide to Asset Allocation, Diversification, and Rebalancing
Even if you are new to investing, you may already know some of the most fundamental principles of sound investing. How did you learn them? Through ordinary, real-life experiences that have nothing to do with the stock market. For example, have you ever noticed that street vendors often sell seemingly unrelated products - such as umbrellas and sunglasses? Initially, that may seem odd. After all, when would a person buy both items at the same time? Probably never - and that's the point. Street vendors know that when it's raining, it's easier to sell umbrellas but harder to ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Marketing ideas, sales strategies, and customer service tips for ...
        Find Customers With These  Marketing, Sales and Advertising Strategies   Selling-Why it Pays to Be an Unpaid Consultant Should salespeople be willing to give free advice to their clients? Does free consulting lead to increased sales and profitability or is it a waste of time. Here's what one expert has to say. 12 Point Checklist for Successful Negotiations Do sales negotiations make you nervous? Put yourself at ease and increase the likelihood of a successful outcome with this negotiation checklist. Does Volume Make Up for Low Price? When ...
Is our time horizon for innovation and reward too short ...
1. ISOs typically vest over 4 years causing excessive short term orientation (and possibly a major cause of our banking crises). Perhaps if CEOs options vested over 10 years they would act different and the American public would react less violently to bonus income. 2. Venture capital funds last typically for 10 years. Maybe they should be 20 years or open ended. It used to be that a start up could reach $10-20M in revenue and do an IPO in less than 10 years. Now, SOX and the economy have forced the IPO threshold to $50-100M. That takes longer than 10 years. Especially in life sciences, energy or nanotech. The easy money ...