“I think a lot of innovation comes from smaller companies, this will be an even bigger trend in the future,” says Fibrocell CEO Pernock, whose own company is focused on treatments for skin diseases and conditions.
On Wednesday, October 17, executives and guests of Bladex (NYSE: BLX), will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to mark its 20th anniversary of listing. The company’s common stock began trading on the NYSE in October of 1992.
To mark the occasion, Mr. Gonzalo Menéndez Duque, Chairman of the Board will ring the NYSE Closing Bell.
Bladex (NYSE: BLX)
Bladex is a supranational bank originally established by the Central Banks of Latin America and Caribbean countries to promote trade finance in the Region. Based in Panama, its shareholders include central and state-owned entities in 23 countries of the Region, as well as Latin American and international commercial banks, and institutional and retail investors. The Bank possesses extensive knowledge of business practices, risk and regulatory...
Ahead of the Bell: Dow futures are trading up 12 points and S&P futures are trading up 3 points. Renewed willingness by Spain to make a request for a rescue package from the European Union's new Mechanism has been met with political ramblings, as German officials claim the debt laden nation has not made a formal request for a bailout. Spanish and Italian bond yields are on the rise again, and Italy is urging Spain to seek financial aid soon to relieve the pressure on its debt crisis. The tech sector will be in focus today, after IBM and Intel both reported disappointing third quarter results on weaker than forecasted personal computer demand.
·On the economic calendar today, housing starts for September will be out before the market opens and it is forecasted to be 0.765M versus 0.765M. The dollar is up against the Japanese yen and...
NYSE Euronext’s European markets key figures on 30 September 2012
Companies listed on NYSE Euronext and NYSE Alternext raised €61.9 billion from January to September 2012. Total market capitalisation on these markets was €2,038 billion on 30 September 2012. During the third quarter, 5 companies listed NYSE Euronext and NYSE Alternext.
Deloitte Technology FAST 50 in France and the Benelux
NYSE Euronext is a partner to the Deloitte Technology FAST 50, a program highlighting public and private technology companies that have achieved the fastest rates of annual revenue growth.
The Benelux ceremony took place on 11 October at De Haggue. In France, the regional awards ceremonies will take place on 7 November in Marseille, 8 November in Nantes, 13 November in Lyon, 14 November in Strasbourg and 15 November in Bordeaux. The national awards ceremony will be in Paris on 26 November.
Fady Khallouf took over management of Theolia in May 2010, when the group was in a critical financial situation. He explains the strategy implemented to bring this wind energy specialist back to financial health.
Could you briefly present Theolia’s business?
Theolia is an independent producer of wind-based electricity. The group develops, builds and operates wind farms in Europe – in France, Germany and Italy – and in Morocco. We operate these farms either on our own behalf in the framework of electricity buy-back contracts over 15 to 20 years, or for third parties. The group operates a total of 903 megawatts. Theolia has had an eventful history on the financial markets since it was founded in 1999. With the speculative renewable energies boom in the 2000s, the group’s...