On Wednesday, February 13, executives and guests of Toronto-based Alamos Gold Inc. will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to celebrate the company’s listing. Alamos Gold Inc. will begin trading on the NYSE that same day under the ticker symbol “AGI.” Alamos Gold Inc. currently trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
To mark the occasion, President and CEO John McCluskey, joined by members of Alamos Gold’s management team, will ring the NYSE Opening Bell.
Alamos Gold Inc. (NYSE: AGI)
Alamos is an established Canadian-based gold producer that is one of the world’s lowest-cost gold miners. In 2012, less than a decade after its establishment, Alamos generated its billionth dollar of revenue and produced its millionth ounce of gold. Alamos owns and operates the Mulatos Mine...
Breakfast Bites: Stocks are trading in measured territory this morning as investors digest a mix of economic data, but are encouraged by the State of The Union Address where the President proposed spending on infrastructure and environmental projects
Retail sales in the U.S. rose in January for the third consecutive month as the labor markets progress helped Americans overcome an increase in the payroll tax. Excluding autos, building materials and gasoline, retail sales rose 0.2%, less than the 0.3% increase economists projected
Prices of goods imported into the U.S. rose in January by 0.6%, the first time in 3 months, led by more expensive fuel and building materials
Business Inventories for December rose by 0.1% which was lower than the previous period and the consensus estimate
Mortgage Delinquencies and Foreclosures are later in the day
Ahead of the Bell: Dow futures are trading up 20 points and S&P futures are trading up 2 points after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 14K mark for a second time this year, teetering with an all-time high. The lingering effects of the euro zone debt crisis and mixed economic data might limit gains today. Retail sales figures, which will be out before the opening bell are expected to show how much the payroll-tax increase has hit consumer spending. President, Barack Obama, provided little guidance as to whether the White House and Congress will come to a deal to head off the $85 billion of spending cuts that are set to go into effect as of March.
Other reports on the economic calendar today, include import and export prices for January, which will also be out prior to the opening bell, 0.3% is expected compared with -0.1% for December.
De winnaars van de Nyenrode Career Challenge 2013 met als thema “Your vision, our ambition” luiden de gong.
Nyenrode Business Universiteit organiseert de Challenge in samenwerking met Capgemini en The International Correspondent. De ambitieuze professionals, die aan de Nyenrode Career Challenge 2013 deelnemen, werken aan opdrachten die in het teken staan van een visie op toekomstig ondernemerschap. De Challenge bestaat uit meerdere (afval)rondes zoals een Linkedin-screening, het schrijven van een essay, motivatie en abstract, een interview en als laatst een elevatorpitch voor de vakjury. De toenemende behoefte aan een duurzame maatschappij vraagt creatieve oplossingen voor maatschappelijke issues en bedrijfstechnische problemen. Nyenrode daagt iedereen uit om zijn of haar toekomstvisie te delen. De winnaars...
Stocks ended the session mixed today, with the Dow hitting fresh multi-year highs as investors digested a handful of earnings reports and looked ahead to President Obama’s State of the Union address later this evening. Market participants will be focusing on the automatic spending cuts that will kick in after March 1 if no action is taken by congress. Financials led the S&P 500 while the tech sector dragged.
On the economic front, small business sentiment inched higher to 88.9 in January from 88.0 the month prior, as business owners are optimistic that conditions will steadily improve in the next few months despite the recent tax hikes.
According to Thomson Reuters, of the 353 companies in the S&P 500 that have reported earnings, 70.3% have beat expectations, and 65% over the past four quarters.