NYX 360: 8 August, 2011

1918 illustration of a mimeograph machine. Out...

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Markets brace for downgrade’s toll – WSJ



What’s an investor to do now? Veteran of '87 crash has some insights
 – Digital Journal



Keep calm and carry on – Heidi N. Moore



‘Flash crash’ fail-safes bent but didn’t break in selloff – WSJ



Bonds plug into electronic revolution in Europe – Financial News



NYSE Euronext announces trading volumes for July 2011 – NYX

- Derivatives up 13% on strong U.S options

- Cash mixed; Europe up 16%, U.S. down 24%

- NYSE Liffe U.S. open interest over 800,000 contracts



Don’t panic about the stock market – Burton Malkiel/WSJ



Autism Speaks to young professionals at NYSE – Autism Speaks blog



Corporate volunteerism impacts bottom line – Forbes



Survey of charitable efforts around the Street, including at NYSE Euronext – Traders



Thursday’s market thrashing led to Facepalm Friday – NY Observer



Scenes from a trading floor – AFP (video), AP, AP, Bloomberg

Elsewhere on the streaming Exchanges blog:



Metal Streamer Silver Wheaton Marks Five Years of Trading



Markets Mixed, Closing News 8/5/11



Economic Indicators Review



National Minority Business Council at NYSE



On this date in 1876, Thomas Edison received a patent for the mimeograph (pictured). -- NYT

In my elementary-school days, the best job a kid could volunteer for was to turn the crank on the mimeograph machine, which printed all the handouts and tests.  And everyone loved smelling that fresh ink as you passed the new sheets around the room.  Ah, the mimeograph-inky smells of my youth. 

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