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The single, best way to tell whether stocks are worth it

Investors have come down with a case of the jitters, and for a good reason.

Since September 22, the Dow has careened through three days of 100 point-plus losses. 708 more words

Finance

eBay-PayPal spin-off: Why shareholders are loving it

Ebay shareholders like the company’s recent decision to spin-off payment processor PayPal. Its shares are up by almost 8% since the news broke. Investors in other companies should take note. 374 more words

Finance

(B)(N) BlackRock's Broken Bond Market

Drama. BlackRock has advised us that the market for corporate (not government) bonds is “broken” because the “gate-keepers”, which are largely the banks who are the broker/dealers, are extracting an “unearned toll”, and won’t let go – even though they will eventually have to let go in order to maintain their regulatory capital ( 3,081 more words

Capital Markets

5 U.S. Banks Each Have More Than 40 Trillion Dollars In Exposure To Derivatives

5 U.S. Banks Each Have More Than 40 Trillion Dollars In Exposure To Derivatives
SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 AT 9:11 PM
Zero Hedge / Tyler Durden… 1,191 more words

Banks

The role of procurement in EAC integration

New Vision 

Billy Rwothungeyo

September 04, 2014

                                          

 

Lately, the East African Community (EAC) heads of state have been walking the talk of the integration of the regional bloc. 1,456 more words

In The Media

Weekly Economic Update

Economic Update 9-15-2014

  • Aside from the FOMC meeting—where language was scrutinized but little actually changed—the economic week was mixed. Several regional economic indexes came in with positive results, inflation was virtually unchanged and housing results were a bit disappointing relative to expectations.
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Alibaba IPO: It’s official—Wall Street wins, you will lose

It’s official. Alibaba’s IPO pop was stupendous, Wall Street’s favorite clients get billions of dollars in found money, investment banks will pocket billions from those grateful clients for orchestrating the windfall, and the owners who let it happen should be thoroughly ashamed. 897 more words

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