NYX 360: 12 January, 2012

Massachusetts Historical Society

John Hancock; image via Wikipedia

English: Berry Gordy at a performance of The H...

Motown founder Berry Gordy; image via Wikipedia

Picture of a Led Zeppelin exhibition at Montre...

Led Zeppelin, 1970, Montreaux; image via Wikipedia

  • Chinese IPOs raised $2B on NYSE in 2012 – People’s Daily
  • New EU regulatory policy channel – NYX, Automated Trader
  • 2012 Brazilian IPO outlook – Alex Ibrahim/Exchanges
  • Equities strategist James Brooks moves to NYSE Euronext from Nasdaq – Traders
  • 9/11 and the birth of our SFTI secure telecom network – Bloomberg View
  • PIMCO Total Return ETF to launch March 1 on NYSE Arca – Index Universe
  • Looking ahead at today’s markets and back at yesterday’s – Parasnand Madho and Brian Hooguis/Exchanges
  • Introducing NYSE Liffe China – Cecelia Zhong/Exchanges
  • Steve Stricker wins Tournament of Champions – Marketing Partnership/Exchanges
  • Tontine Coffee House: Early home of the NYSE – Steven Wheeler/Exchanges
  • Scenes from a trading floor -- AP, Bloomberg
  • Corporate responsibility: still tough to measure – Smart Planet
  • More companies appointing lead corporate-responsibility role – Environmental Leader
  • Retired NYSE economist now writing children’s books -- NJJN
  • Keith Funston, the Washington High School kid who made good on Wall Street – Argus Leader
  • I missed Alexander Hamilton’s birthday, but Coast Guard Compass most certainly did not.
  • Felix Rohatyn’s Night at the Museum (of American of Finance) -- Bloomberg
  • Today’s History: American revolutionary leader John Hancock was born on this date in 1737.  His famous name was writ large on the Declaration of Independence; today it also graces 10 funds listed on the NYSE. -- NYT  This date also saw the start of Motown Records in 1959, and Led Zeppelin’s first album in 1969.
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