Master students in finance from the University of Paris 1 came to investigate the wheels of the stock market and took the opportunity to celebrate the opening of European markets in Paris.
The University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne has a long tradition of research in financial economics and was one of the first in France to propose master degrees in finance, more than 30 years ago. The aim is to provide talented high-level executives who contribute to the harmonious development of the banking and financial sector, fundamental for the proper functioning of our economies.
Stichting Ideële Reclame (SIRE) voert al 45 jaar campagnes die Nederlanders aanspreken op hun verantwoordelijkheid.
Ter gelegenheid van het jubileum van SIRE luidt Gusta Winnubst de gong op de Amsterdamse beurs. Winnubst is samensteller van het boek ‘SIRE: een steen in de vijver. 45 jaar reclame die ons aanspreekt’. Een jubileumboek waarin niet de campagnes als uitgangspunt zijn genomen, maar de issues waaraan SIRE zijn bestaansrecht ontleent. Wetenschappers, specialisten en columnisten nemen – vaak onderbelichte - maatschappelijke thema’s onder de loep.
Stocks closed higher but off the highs of the day, after Senator Harry Reid said reaching a budget deal before Christmas may be difficult. Stocks started the day stronger as market sentiment was lifted by better German investor confidence and enthusiasm that perhaps progress was being made in fiscal cliff talks. The Federal Reserve began its 2-day, FOMC meeting, where central bank officials will decide whether to supplement $40 billion a month of mortgage-bond buying with purchases of Treasuries when their Operation Twist program expires at the end of the month.
Inventories at U.S. wholesalers rose more than forecast in October, signaling that goods are piling up in the face of slowing demand. The 0.6% increase followed a 1.1% gain in September, the Commerce Department reported. The median forecast in a Bloomberg survey was a 0.4 percent advance.
Job openings and hiring in the U.S. rose in October to a four-month high, indicating the labor market is improving. The...
On Tuesday, December 11 Chuck Leavell, a conservationist, sustainable development advocate, author and “fifth” member of The Rolling Stones, will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and ring The Closing Bell®. Leavell, who is in New York for The Rolling Stones’ 50th anniversary tour, has held the keyboard chair in the legendary British band for more than 30 years.
About Chuck Leavell
Chuck Leavell has been pleasing the ears of music fans for more than 30 years now. His piano and keyboard work has been heard on the works of Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, The Black Crowes, George Harrison, The Allman Brothers Band, The Indigo Girls, Blues Traveler, Train, Montgomery-Gentry, Lee Ann Womack and many, many more. In addition to being a well established pianist/artist in the music industry, Leavell is also a...
Breakfast Bites: Equities are trading higher on a report that German Investor Confidence climbed higher than expected and on investor speculation that further Treasury security purchases will be announced
Confidence among Small Businesses plunged in November to 87.5 as owners grew increasingly concerned that the economy will slump
The trade deficit in the US widened in October as the biggest decrease in exports in almost 4 years, outweighed a drop in imports
US October Wholesale Inventories rose 0.6% a sign that goods might be piling up due to slower demand.
December IBD economic optimism fell to 45.1 vs. 48.6 the prior period
Delta to pay $360 million for a 49% stake in Virgin Atlantic, currently held by Singapore Airlines.
German investor confidence jumped in December on optimism that Europe’s largest economy will gain momentum next year.