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From "Greatest Generation" to the Generation of Head-fakes & Cowards

“We can’t blame these manipulators for everything. Ultimately we all have free choice. Plainly seeing what’s right in front of our noses, no matter how well sold or disguised, is our human responsibility. 628 more words

Society

BTG Pactual, BofA vie for role in IBR Brasil IPO: sources

  • A shortlist of underwriters include Banco do Brasil SA, Itaú Unibanco Holding SA and Banco Bradesco SA, with JPMorgan Chase & Co as global coordinator, the sources said.
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General

Palantir is said to be raising $500 million at a $20 billion valuation

Palantir Technologies, the data analytics company that counts government agencies like the FBI and CIA as clients, is raising up to $500 million at a $20 billion valuation, according to a report by… 130 more words

Tech

24 June 2015 (AFR) - Price slide the time to buy [NOT] - SEEK plunge an opportunity for investors

(24 June 2015, AFR, p27, by Vanessa Desloires)

‘The dramatic 12 per cent plunge in the share price of SEEK Limited on Monday following profit downgrades in its education services division has opened up a prime opportunity to snap up the top 50 stock cheaply, JPMorgan says. 159 more words

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Case Solution for JPMorgan and the Dodd-Frank Act

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      JPMorgan and the Dodd-Frank Act

Authors :           Yiorgos Allayannis, Adam Risell

Source :             Darden School of Business… 193 more words

Case

JPMorgan prices the dual currency Blackstone Mint CMBS

JPMorgan has priced the dual currency the Mint CMBS, the securitisation of a loan which refinanced Blackstone’s rebranded three-strong DoubleTree by Hilton portfolio, achieving blended coupons of 202 and 187 basis points for the sterling and euro tranches, respectively. 420 more words

CMBS

FACEBOOK CONTINUES TO RISE

FACEBOOK keeps all odd rise signals although it is now consolidating.

Since Facebook announced the purchase of WhatsApp, many were the voices that asked how Mark Zuckerberg and his company would take advantage of the popular application after having paid 22,000 million dollars.

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