NYX 360: 12 August, 2011

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Seeking Your Reflections and Recollections of 9/11-- Your humble blogger/Exchanges



Morning Report: August 12, 2011
– Paras Madho/Exchanges



Markets Higher, Closing News 8/11/11– Brian Hooghuis/Exchanges



SandRidge Permian IPO raises $540 million – less than expected, but it got done– Reuters



Primero Mining to list on NYSE– Primero



In sell-off, U.S. short-selling shields came up short– WSJ

Do you agree?  Disagree?

And can you say “Short-selling shields fell short in sell-off” five times really fast?




Short-selling ban could sow confusion and be ineffective, investors and academics warn– FT



Banning the shorts: don’t expect a lasting impact– Lex



Volatility boosts revenue at exchanges– FT Trading Room



The proper etiquette for market panics– Psy-Fi Blog/hat tip: FT



Stock market Richter scale – is this a 5.0?– FT Alphaville



Does high-frequency trading magnify/accelerate volatility?– ABC



Market ‘highly influenced’ by computerized trading: Dick Grasso – CNBC



"How is consumer confidence?" everyone wanted to know the very moment they were able to draw breath after screaming "global disaster" for six solid days. – LA Times



Scenes from a trading floor – Getty, AP, AP, AP



On this date in 1981, IBM introduced its first personal computer, the 5150 (pictured). - NYT



Here’s a happy sight at the end of this crazy week: Cutest dog you ever saw, on Wall Street – Sammy and the City

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