Posts Tagged ‘street’

Bankers Worldwide Brace for 7% Drop in Bonuses: Poll

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

From Wall Street to the City of London to Hong Kong’s Central District, bankers are bracing for bonuses to be down, and higher salaries will only partially cushion the hit, a Reuters/IFR global poll shows.

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Bankers Worldwide Brace for 7% Drop in Bonuses: Poll

Stocks’ Rally Set to Run On as Investors’ Fear Fades

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

Europe’s sovereign debt crisis will still hang over global markets next week, but on Wall Street, investors will not be afraid to bet on stocks.

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Stocks’ Rally Set to Run On as Investors’ Fear Fades

Wall Street Compensation Seen Dropping Broadly This Year

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

Wall Street pay for 2010 is likely to be down nearly across the board, according to traders, executives, and compensation consultants, as the industry rounds out a choppy year in the markets and dealmaking.

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Wall Street Compensation Seen Dropping Broadly This Year

Dell Earnings Easily Outstrip Expectations; Shares Leap

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

The PC manufacturer reported a profit that blew past forecasts, despite sales that were short of what the Street expected. The company’s shares, which were briefly halted after the market closed, jumped sharply.

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Dell Earnings Easily Outstrip Expectations; Shares Leap

Financial Reform Gridlock Seen After Midterm Elections in US

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

If Republicans make big gains in Congressional elections as expected, Wall Street and big banks will have sweet, but incomplete, revenge on Democrats who drove through financial reforms against industry opposition.

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Financial Reform Gridlock Seen After Midterm Elections in US

‘Buyers Strike’ May Not Hold Back Market From More Gains

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

The second half of 2010 has proven something about Wall Street: Stocks not only don’t need good news to rally, they don’t need many real investors, either.

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‘Buyers Strike’ May Not Hold Back Market From More Gains

How Republicans May Change Dodd-Frank After the Elections

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

Republicans want to rescind the landmark Wall Street reforms  after the November elections but may only be able to roll back some aspects of Dodd-Frank.

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How Republicans May Change Dodd-Frank After the Elections

Thursday’s Senate Banking Testimony – What to Expect

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

Wall Street will be closely watching the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday as the nation’s top financial officials testify about the roll out of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law.

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Thursday’s Senate Banking Testimony – What to Expect

What, Exactly, Is the Federal Reserve Trying to Tell Us?

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

The Fed’s latest policy statement Tuesday managed to disappoint, confuse and surprise more than a few Wall Street analysts.

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What, Exactly, Is the Federal Reserve Trying to Tell Us?

Elizabeth Warren to Start Consumer Protection Agency

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Wall Street critic Elizabeth Warren said Friday she accepted the job of setting up a consumer financial protection agency for U.S. President Barack Obama and declared that the time for financial “tricks and traps” was over.

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Elizabeth Warren to Start Consumer Protection Agency