NYX 360: 12 May, 2011

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in 1972 tour at...

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Following Rajaratnam verdict, individual investors still see system as stacked against them – WSJ

Regulators’ new BF: radio tags on broking devices - Securities Technology Monitor, RFID Journal

IPO news: Kosmos Energy, RLJ Lodging Trust,, NGL Energy Partners, Active Network, Lone Pine Resources, Gazit-Globe

Felix Salmon’s take on the difference between public and private stock markets – Reuters

More on the commodities volatility – FT Alphaville, FT Alphaville

On the rockin' Exchanges blog:
Morning Report: May 12, 2011
Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce Persons of the Year
Futures on MSCI Indices - June 17th approaches
High Profile, High Tech at NYSE
Global Wellness: NYSE Euronext Flexes Its Muscles!

Quotations of African companies on international markets – Afrique Avenir

Top corporate legal leaders honored – Corporate Board Member

On this date in 1972, the Rolling Stones (Mick and Keith pictured) released the album Exile on Main Street. – NYT   The record included one of my favorite Stones tunes --“Happy” -- which contains the following perspective on careers:
Always took candy from strangers,
didn't wanna get me no trade.
Never want to be like papa,
working for the boss ev'ry night and day.

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