Monthly Archives: November 2015
More than 3 1/2 years after a software glitch caused BATS Global Markets Inc. to cancel its IPO, the exchange operator is planning to file a new prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission with a view toward going public in 2016, according t… Continue reading
U.S. stocks end lower Monday but cling to monthly gains Continue reading
Galena Metals Fund will be closed because of ‘difficult’ conditions in the metals markets.
Adele sold 3.38 million copies of her critically acclaimed album “25” in its first week, almost as many copies that the top-selling albums of 2014 sold all year.
Obama invited by Paul Ryan to deliver State of the Union on Jan. 12 Continue reading
Bank employed friends and family of executives at three-quarters of the major Chinese companies it took public in Hong Kong.
U.S. government bonds underperformed all major European government bonds in November, as investors sold U.S. Treasurys in anticipation of a potential interest-rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
The long-term downtrend in the high-yield, or “junk,” corporate bond market, is suggesting that liquidity is drying up, which could be warning that the stock market is in danger.
Euro to see biggest weighting cut in IMF basket as yuan is added Continue reading