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added: 28-11-2008

All those people who still believe Australia won't dip into recession in 2009, as the IMF, OECD, Federal Treasury and Reserve Bank, should think again.

added: 27-11-2008

World stockmarkets are now pricing in a very severe recession for 2009.

added: 24-11-2008

A very big bear market bounce, relief rally, or "just get us out of here": whatever the reason, Friday's late rise on Wall Street, it will be known as the "Geithner bounce" in future years.

added: 12-11-2008

The total number of IPOs in 2008 will probably be fewer than 50 (44 companies have received a listing approval this year as of November 7), far below the 121 IPOs in 2007. All three of Japan’s small-company stock markets have seen the number of IPOs drop to the lowest level since 2000. Looking back, the last time Japan had fewer than 100 IPOs in a year was in 1992, when the IPO market was effectively halted.

added: 10-11-2008

In the two days after the US elections last Tuesday, Wall Street fell sharply and the Dow lost more than 900 points, or more than 9%, as investors started adjusting to the coming recession.

added: 09-11-2008

NYSE Euronext experienced record trading activity on its U.S. and European cash equities exchanges and strong volumes on its European derivatives unit, Liffe, during the month of October 2008. Volumes for October 2008 include trading activity from the equity and options markets of NYSE Alternext US (formerly the American Stock Exchange).

added: 04-11-2008

World equity markets registered their worst month in history as investors lost an estimated $5.79 trillion during October, Standard & Poor's Index Services.

added: 03-11-2008

NYSE Euronext reported net income of $174 million for the quarter ended September 30, 2008, or $0.66 per diluted share (including $0.65 from continuing operations and $0.01 from the discontinued operations of GL Trade) as compared to net income of $258 million, or $0.97 per diluted share, for the quarter ended September 30, 2007.

added: 29-10-2008

World markets have soared overnight; the Australian dollar has surged against the yen and the US dollar and our market is forecast to jump sharply this morning. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index jumped 91.56 points, or 10.79%, to 940.48 after sliding to the lowest level since March 2003 yesterday.

added: 27-10-2008

Cars, planes, retailing, engineering, food and building groups around the world cut earnings forecasts, production or jobs on Friday in one of the gloomiest days of the year so far for earnings and stockmarket confidence.

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