Jun 12 2012 | 12:00 PM
I wrote about the upcoming Russell Reconstitution the other day and thought I'd follow up with some more information. If you would like to go further on the topic, click here to register for the NYSE’s webinar.
What has happened since May 31, and what will happen thru June 8, 2012?
Russell has taken a snap shot of the market place with all companies as of May 31st. Based on the data collected, the results will be screened and ranked. Russell will then determine who is eligible to be in the appropriate family of index. The results of the preliminary analysis of the adds and deletes to the Russell 3000,...
Director, Market Watch & Corporate Actions
Jun 12 2012 | 12:00 PM
NYSE Euronext welcomes ABN AMRO MeesPierson to participate in an Exchange Meeting at the Amsterdam exchange.
ABN AMRO MeesPierson and its clients are visiting Beursplein 5 for an introduction to and chance to become better acquainted with the Amsterdam exchange. During NYSE Euronext Exchange Meetings, companies have the opportunity to attend a presentation and experience the atmosphere at NYSE Euronext Amsterdam. David P. Beddows, Director of Investments at ABN AMRO MeesPierson in Eindhoven, sounds the closing gong.
Jun 12 2012 | 11:03 AM
Official portrait of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke can now add “Neologist” to his already formidable resume. Neologism is the creation of new words or phrases and Bernanke has added a beauty to the lexicon in the form of the “Fiscal Cliff.” We have to assume that shock and fright...
Jun 12 2012 | 10:32 AM
Eight-striped rainbow flag. Drawn by Fibonacci. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
From Jennifer Macdonald, Co-Chair of the NYX Pride ERG, and Director, NYSE Cash Market Operations. Before joining the NYSE, Jennifer worked at Sotheby’s where she was SVP of Interactive Design and Content.
NYX Pride, the Employee Resource Group representing the LGBT community and its supporters at NYSE Euronext is...
Jun 12 2012 | 10:09 AM
Breakfast Bites: Equities trading in measured territory this morning buoyed by optimism that policy makers will do more to stimulate the economy, but held in check over the continued uncertainty in the euro zone
- Confidence among small businesses in the U.S. held in May at close to a 14 month high (94.4) as more companies project an improvement in the economy
- Prices of goods imported into the U.S. fell in May by the most in 2 years (-1.0%), reflecting lower costs for fuel and food.
- The net worth of the American family plunged 39% from 2007-2010 to $77,300, the lowest since 1992 as the financial crisis destroyed 18 years of gains.
- June IBD / TIPP economic optimism falls to 46.7 from 48.5 in May
- Yields on 10-year Spanish and Italian bonds have continued yesterday's climb, which came after the euphoria over Spain's bank bailout dissipated. Spain was +15 bps to 6.65% and Italy +10 bps to 6....
Managing Director, The Capital Markets Desk