NYX 360: 14 June, 2011

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LinkedIn became more popular with users the same month it went public – Bloomberg

Interesting link between the two developments.

Pandora ready to rock Wall Street; will investors listen? – USA Today

Financial data publisher Bankrate set for IPO - Forbes

NYSE Euronext to announce second-quarter earnings on 2 August - NYX

Michael Noonan aims to calm investors in US visit, starting with breakfast at NYSE – Irish Independent

AXWAY, the business interaction networks specialist, lists on NYSE Euronext Paris – NYX

Fusion-io’s remarkable IPO entry – Silicon Angle

Swift Transportation trucks hit Big Board – Truckers News

Copa to increase capacity, add destinations – Air Transport World

Time to take the Tobin tax seriously - Guardian

Like seriously flawed, perhaps?

Scenes from a trading floor – AP/Kitsap Sun

When you said your compliance officer was a real comedian, you had no idea – WSJ

On the Exchanges blog:

Speaking With REIT.Com about REIT IPOs

Communications Basics: Consistency, Clarity and Credibility

Markets Flat, Closing News 6/13/11

Copa Holdings Celebrates Five Years of NYSE Trading

Solar Power and the NYSE

U.S. Options Market Structure: Part 1 of a Primer On NYSE Euronext’s Position and Views

A New Record in MSCI Futures

Insurer Fortegra Financial Corporation At the NYSE

On this date in 1922, Warren G. Harding (pictured) became the first president heard on radio, as Baltimore station WEAR broadcast his speech dedicating the Francis Scott Key memorial at Fort McHenry.- NYT

Today, almost nine decades later, politicians tweet.  This, we call progress.

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