Lyxor steps up price war battle with low-cost ETFs
Lyxor has decided that none of the new ETFs will allow any of their constituent securities to be borrowed by other traders, such as hedge fund managers, to conduct short selling opportunities. Securities lending programmes provide a valuable income ...
Gold futures on Wednesday edged up from the three-week lows notched in the previous session, shaking off a firmer dollar ahead of a widely expected interest-rate hike by the Federal Reserve and potential clues on how aggressive the central bank panel will be with rates from here.
Data hub that hacked Facebook users employed hookers and former MI6 spies to win elections
In harvesting the personal details of 50 million American voters in this way, Cambridge Analytica acquired just the competitive edge that it was looking for – it now had all the data it needed to build a powerful software program to predict and ...
Canada's privacy watchdog launches investigation into Facebook after allegations of data leak
A bearish chart pattern known as a “death cross” has appeared this week in the charts for two major equity benchmarks — Germany’s DAX and the Stoxx Europe 600.
A “trade war” is the top tail risk to financial markets, global fund managers say, as cracks begin to emerge in the bull case for the stock market.
Cambridge Analytica faces investigation by UK and US watchdogs
Nix also appeared to suggest Cambridge Analytica covers its traces using a network of names and front groups. Revelations in the Observer last Sunday suggested the company illicitly used data from tens of millions of Facebook users without their ...
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