On 15 January 2013, Neelie Verlinden, Country Manager Netherlands & Belgium of Commerzbank AG, opened the European stock markets with aBell Ceremony at NYSE Euronext Brussels to celebrate the Extension of the Trading Hours for warrants and certificates on the Brussels markets. The new trading hours are from 8h00 to 18h30.
On January 15, 2013, Mr Olivier Piou, Chief Executive Officer of Gemalto, and his staff, opened the European trading day in Paris, to celebrate the company's entry in the CAC 40.
This entry in the top Parisian index is a recognition of the company's 10 000+ employees work and success. Gemalto enables its customers - wireless operators, banks, governments and enterprises - to offers trusted and convenient digital services to billions of individuals. To do so, Gemalto develops secure software that runs on trusted devices which it designs and personalizes. Gemalto manages these devices, the confidential data they contain and the services they make possible, throughout their life cycle.
Innovation is in the company's DNA which constantly innovates to help its customers to differentiate and be successful on their markets. Gemalto is a...
The 12-year-old Nana Opoku Frimpong is the winner of the title Amsterdammertje of the year 2012. Nana won the award for organizing a charity event all by himself.
For the past few years, the newspaper Parool has presented awards to ordinary citizens of Amsterdam who have made a positive contribution to the city. This year the competition is extended for the first time to include an award for children between the ages of 9 and 15, the Little Amsterdammer of the Year award.
Stocks closed mixed in lackluster trading with little economic and earnings data released to the market today. Investors remained tepid ahead more corporate earnings and Chairman Bernanke’s scheduled Q&A at the University of Michigan after market hours. Money flowed out of telecom names, due to worries over demand for Apple’s iPhone 5, and into consumer goods and industrials. The Dow closed up 18.89 to 13,507.32.
Chicago Federal Reserve Bank Chief, Charles Evans, provided a promising outlook for the US economy for 2013 and 2014, forecasting the economy would grow 2.5% and 3.5% respectively.
According to Thompson Reuters, U.S.-based equity mutual funds posted their biggest weekly inflow in more than 11 years last week, a sign that stocks are coming back into favor. The S&P 500 is up 3.1% thus far in 2013.
To mark the occasion, President and Vice Chairman, Michael Lesler, will ring the NYSE Opening Bell.
About Bancorp of New Jersey (NYSE MKT: BKJ) Bancorp of New Jersey is the holding company for Bank of New Jersey. Bank of New Jersey is a New Jersey state chartered community bank which opened in May, 2006 and has established 8 locations in Bergen County, NJ. A ninth location is expected to open during the first quarter of 2013. The Bank provides a high level of customer service with convenient hours and conducts a traditional commercial banking business, accepting deposits from the general public, including individuals, businesses, non-profit organizations, and governmental units. The Bank makes commercial loans, consumer loans, and both residential and commercial real estate loans.