Lara Muller, hoofd CSR bij Corio, opent de handelsdag ter gelegenheid van de start van het Responsible Investment Corporate Access (RICA) evenement in Amsterdam.
Fair Impact en Tradinfo organiseren de eerste RICA Amsterdam Conferentie over "Trends en kansen in Resource Efficiency". De RICA conferentie is een unieke gelegenheid voor beursgenoteerde ondernemingen, investeerders en deskundigen om de laatste issues bespreken in Resource Efficiency zoals: leads to new businesses, impact assessment van bedrijven en instellingen en duurzame kredietverlening. NYSE Euronext is de host van RICA Amsterdam.
Stocks ended higher as investors digested positive economic news as the U.S. dollar climbed to a seven month high on Wednesday. A weak Italian bond auction and disappointing data on euro zone factory output hurt the euro.
On the economic front, retail sales in February were strong, up 1.1%, despite payroll tax increases and delayed income tax returns. The bump came from gasoline prices and auto sales.
A heavy build in retail vehicles is a major factor behind business inventories rise of 1.0%. The 1.9% increase in retail auto & parts reflects strong demand for autos.
Executives and guests of Silver Spring Networks, a leading smart grid networking platform technology and solutions provider, will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to celebrate the company’s initial public offering. Silver Spring Networks will begin trading today on the NYSE under the ticker symbol “SSNI”.
In honor of the occasion, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer Scott Lang, joined by members of the company’s management team, will ring the NYSE Opening Bell.
About Silver Spring Networks (NYSE: SSNI)
Silver Spring Networks is a leading networking platform and solutions provider for smart energy networks. Our pioneering IPv6 networking platform, with 15.8 million Silver Spring enabled devices delivered, is connecting utilities to homes and business...
We have previously partnered with other firms to launch analytical data products, but nothing quite like this. Now we’re venturing into a largely uncharted and exciting new place - social media. To say we’re excited about the possibilities would be an understatement. Social media is just beginning to take hold in financial markets. As an industry we have been watching and listening for a while not quite sure what to do with Twitter… and StockTwits… and bloggers (oh my!)
Now we (the collective we) are also contributing...