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added: 20-08-2008

State Street Global Markets, the investment research and trading arm of State Street Corporation released the results of the State Street Investor Confidence Index® for August 2008. Global Investor Confidence decreased by 6.8 points to 77.2 from a revised July level of 84.0. This month it was North American investors who drove the move, with confidence in that region declining from 85.8 to 77.7.
wiÍcej

added: 20-08-2008

Trading activity across the London Stock Exchange Group remained resilient during July 2008, driven by strong trading in UK equities. A total of 24.3 million equity trades were carried out across the Group, with a combined value of £263.5 billion (€333.9 billion). This was an increase of 35 per cent in the number of trades compared with the same month last year, and a decrease of four per cent in overall value traded for the Group as a whole.
wiÍcej

added: 18-08-2008

Dollar up, gold down sharply: another week, another five days of readjustment as global recession fears grip investors. But you'd be entitled to ask if the sharp rise in the value of the greenback and the sharp fall in gold were more examples of extreme movements in prices driven by thoughtless momentum as investors look for the easy gains: just as they were doing earlier this year by buying oil and selling equities, especially banks and financial stocks.
wiÍcej

added: 11-08-2008

The futures market says our shares will be up 1.4% or more than 70 points this morning, but I'd also keep a close eye on commodity stocks like Rio Tinto, Oz Minerals, BHP Billiton, Woodside, Santos and Newcrest because another poor night for commodities Friday night is going to be a telling factor.
wiÍcej

added: 07-08-2008

The stock market has been all over the place in recent months. Rising food and oil prices, the sub-prime mortgage and banking mess, job losses and the falling dollar have all contributed to a less-than-rosy outlook on both Wall Street and Main Street. With stock market analysts now declaring an official Bear Market, many investors are wondering what is going to happen with their portfolios, where to put their money now and if they will ever see 13,000 Dow again.
wiÍcej

added: 06-08-2008

Gavin Anderson & Company's second annual survey of leading IPO attorneys found them far more optimistic than in 2007 that the U.S. will retain its share of global equity issuance. Globally converging accounting standards and the prospect of further relaxation of U.S. regulations affecting foreign issuers were important factors in the change in view.
wiÍcej

added: 06-08-2008

NYSE Euronext (NYX) reported strong growth in transaction volume across its products and exchanges during the month of July 2008 compared to July 2007. NYSE Euronext’s cash equities and derivatives exchanges in Europe and the U.S. reported their busiest July ever with substantial increases in both total volume and average daily volume across products and geographies.
wiÍcej

added: 01-08-2008

NYSE Euronext reported net income of $195 million, or $0.73 per diluted share, for the quarter ended June 30, 2008, a $34 million or 21% increase as compared to net income of $161 million, or $0.62 per diluted share, for the quarter ended June 30, 2007.
wiÍcej

added: 28-07-2008

Wall Street finished the week cautious and wondering where to go to next. Figures out Friday suggested that the US slowdown might be easing with better-than-forecast reports on durable goods orders, consumer confidence and new-home sales.
wiÍcej

added: 25-07-2008

If you are not equipped with the right tools, it can be a tough time to be an individual investor. Since the beginning of 2008, the S&P 500 stock index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average are both down by over 14 percent. Further, a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released on July 7, 2008 showed that 75 percent of Americans feel the economy is in a recession. The bear market, combined with these strong recession fears, has caused many investors to abandon the markets to protect their portfolios.
wiÍcej

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