NYX 360: 8 May, 2012

An 1890s advertisement showing model Hilda Cla...

An 1890s ad showing model Hilda Clark, titled Drink Coca-Cola 5¢. (Photo: Wikipedia)

Don't Let Me Down (The Beatles song)

Get Back/Don't Let Me Down (Photo: Wikipedia)

  • High-frequency traders moving away from public exchanges in Europe, too – FT
  • NYSE Euronext announces trading volumes for April 2012 - NYX
  • Time to argue: Should issuers be able to pay market makers? – Barron’s
  • Could change in dividend tax policy hurt stocks? - MarketBeat
  • Our Larry Leibowitz to present at UBS conference tomorrow -- NYX
  • Companies (including ours) cut costs by shedding pounds - FT
  • Market Impact of France's New President: Francois Hollande – Clarke Camper
  • Wrap-up report from the Options Industry Conference – Todd Wilemon
  • Today’s history: On this date in 1886, Atlanta pharmacist John Styth Pemberton invented the flavor syrup for Coca-Cola.   And on this date in 1970, the Beatles released the album, “Let It Be.” - NYT