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Trade Idea - Foot Locker

The negative environment related to traditional US department store titans has already been mentioned in the previous post. In case of Foot Locker the shares are under heavy pressure on the news Nike – its most important partner – might team up with Amazon. 97 more words

New York Stock Exchange Bitcoin Index

Yes, the New York Stock Exchange now has an Index for Bitcoin, which could make trading on the floor a whole lot easier for NYSE fans. 29 more words

Coin Trading

Tech Stocks Are Bouncing Back After a Week of Losses

U.S. stocks were higher in early afternoon trading on Monday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting record highs as technology stocks rebounded after recent losses. 360 more words


10 Companies That Will Pay for Your MBA (BAC, WFC)

(Source: www.investopedia.com)

Getting your masters of business administration degree (MBA) not only helps you to pursue your passions, it can also help you to earn a considerably higher salary. 579 more words

Money Matters

That Giddy BYOR Stock Party

“When you win you party like mad.”

For this kind of party, bring your own research.

Absolutely everyone is invited.  But only the strong and savvy can stay.   677 more words

37-JAPAN/CHINA 1853, INDIA 1858

The East India Company established company rule in India in 1757, and it lasted till 1858. In 1857, after a major rebellion in which over 100 000 Indians were killed, Lionel, Mayer’s grandson, decided to dissolve the East India Company and put an end to the Maharajahs’ power by establishing the British Raj or Crown rule which lasted till 1947. 949 more words

World Trade

Proxy Delivery Methods Show How Managers Rely on the Retail Shareholder Vote

Previous research on shareholder voting has placed most of the emphasis on the role of institutional shareholders. In our recent study, however, we provide evidence that managers strategically rely on the support offered by retail shareholders to ensure that their agenda passes and to communicate strong overall shareholder support during times of poor performance. 1,297 more words

Securities Regulation