NYX 360: 30 June, 2011

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Avenue Capital Mortgage REIT files for $300 million IPO on NYSE – Renaissance Capital

Nearly 80 percent more has been raised on U.S. equity capital markets this year than in same period in 2010, but macroeconomic concerns could trigger slowdown through the rest of the year, bankers say – Reuters

IPO market healthy but challenges loom – China Daily

John Halvey offers a look behind the scenes in NYSE Euronext’s legal group – Corporate Counsel

Discrimination is linked to a country’s development, UBS economist says – FT Alphaville

Elsewhere on the revvin' Exchanges blog:

Sinopec Brings Power of Eight to Opening Bell

Writing a New Chapter in the NYSE Book

Markets Higher, Closing News 6/29/11

Rockwell Collins Celebrates its 10th Anniversary of Listing

NYSE Euronext Goes HOG Wild

MAC Desk Floor Report: The Economic Effects of Greece's Austerity Bill

What Obama's Release of Emergency Oil Reserves Means

Deutsche Börse AG, NYSE Euronext seek EC approval for combination

China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) Visits the NYSE

On this date in 1901 was born the American bank robber and prison escapee Willie Sutton (pictured).  He also (possibly) authored one of the greates quoest of all time; when asked why he robbed banks, Sutton reportedly replied: “That’s where the money is.” – NYT

Taking a day off tomorrow, and our U.S. offices are closed Monday for Independence Day.  Those of you in the U.S., happy birthday America; everyone else, please have a wonderful weekend, and I’ll talk to you all next Tuesday.

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