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Posté le: Mar 13 Nov - 01:22 (2012) Sujet du message: Marchés 2012
Facebook, un joli résultat en matière d'analyse financière :
INTERNET Facebook stock costs will wipe out profit It will take until mid-2013 for social network to earn enough operating income just to offset its stock-compensation costs, writes John Shinal. (Above, CEO Mark Zuckerberg.)
Posté le: Mar 13 Nov - 16:27 (2012) Sujet du message: Marchés 2012
Greece, Germany Hit U.S. Stock Futures U.S. stock futures declined as worries about Greece's debt problem and weak German economic data overshadowed better-than-expected news on sentiment among small businesses. 47 min ago
Posté le: Mar 13 Nov - 16:29 (2012) Sujet du message: Marchés 2012
VW Speeds Ahead in China Volkswagen, Europe's biggest auto maker by sales, said it sold more than two VW-branded cars in China in the first 10 months of the year for every one it sold in Western Europe outside of Germany. 40 min ago
Posté le: Mer 14 Nov - 12:49 (2012) Sujet du message: Marchés 2012
SEC Expands Knight Probe The SEC has deepened its inquiry into whether Knight Capital did enough to police its trading systems before computer errors saddled it with losses and nearly destroyed the brokerage.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Decisions made by the former head of bankrupt MF Global sealed the firm's fate and led to the company's collapse and missing customer funds, according to details released Wednesday from a report and investigation conducted by a House Financial Services Committee panel. According to the report, the firm's CEO, Jon Corzine, a former co-chairman of Goldman Sachs GS -1.36% who later became a U.S. senator and governor of New Jersey, created an "authoritarian atmosphere." In addition, the report said that Corzine insulated the firm's trading activities from the company's normal risk management review process. New York-based MF Global filed for bankruptcy last year, leading to $1.6 billion in missing customer funds. The full report will be released Thursday.