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Parasnand Madho
17 Feb, 2012 | 08:51 AM
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Ahead of the Bell: Dow futures are trading up 39 points and S&P futures are trading up 2 points on strong earnings and economic data out of China along with optimism Greece is edging closer to securing its second round of bailout funds.  According to reports, if a deal is not reached in time for the March 12 deadline, Germany plans to provide a bridge loan for the debt laden nation to repay bond redemption.  The ECB also plans to swap Greek debt for new bonds after the deal is completed. ...
Courtney Raio
2 Sep, 2011 | 04:41 PM
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Courtney Raio
12 Jul, 2011 | 05:05 PM
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Markets closed lower again after European debt concerns weighed on markets and the Euro for the second straight day. The Dow finished 60 points lower despite the FOMC minutes detailing discussions about the possibility of “QE 2.5”. The trade deficit for May was reported before the bell this morning, widening more than expected to $50.23 billion vs. $44.00 billion expected, and increased almost $7 billion from the reading in April. ...
Courtney Raio
29 Jun, 2011 | 04:46 PM
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Markets were up again today, with the Dow closing 72 points higher, putting together a three-day winning streak going into the last day of the second quarter. The Greek bailout dominated headlines again as the Greek Parliament held their vote to pass austerity measures just before the open this morning, confirming the speculations that had futures trading about 60 points higher this morning. ...
Courtney Raio
23 May, 2011 | 04:47 PM
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The Dow tumbled 130 points today on concerns surrounding the European debt issues, Chinese manufacturing and a sell-off in oil.  The S&P is down 3.2% in May, and today’s results have markets poised for their fourth straight week of losses. ...
Michelle Greene
6 Mar, 2011 | 09:51 PM
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Wed, Mar 2 was an exciting first CR event for NYSE Euronext.  (We have done many great related programs, but this was the first one explicitly focused on the broad field of CR.)  We had a crowd of about 80 CR leaders, including many of the corporations named to the 2011 100 Best Corporate Citizens list.  The substantive program provided lots of food for thought.  Michael Hopkins from MIT and Martin Reeves from BCG presented an overview of their study “Sustainability: The ‘Embracers& ...