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November 19, 2012
15:24 EDTSTT, BCS, BLKBlackRock names Russ Koesterich as Chief Investment Strategist
BlackRock announced that it has named Russ Koesterich as Chief Investment Strategist. His service with BlackRock dates to 2005, including his years with Barclays Global Investors (BCS), which BlackRock acquired in 2009. At BGI, Koesterich was the Global Head of Investment Strategy for active equities and a senior portfolio manager in the U.S. Market Neutral Group. Prior to joining BGI, he was Chief North American Strategist for State Street Bank (STT). Koesterich began his career at Instinet, where he occupied several positions in research, including Director of Investment Strategy for both U.S. and European research.
News For BLK;BCS;STT From The Last 14 Days
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February 8, 2016
06:37 EDTBCSAnalysts say Barclays should sell U.S. investment bank, Telegraph reports
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February 5, 2016
10:10 EDTBCSU.K. appoints Barclays to run sale of remaining Lloyds stake, Bloomberg says
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06:00 EDTSTTState Street close to deal to buy GE asset management unit, Reuters reports
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February 2, 2016
07:20 EDTBLKSEC Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee to hold a meeting
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05:40 EDTBCSOaktree-backed AdvancePierre picks Barclays for IPO, Bloomberg reports
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February 1, 2016
12:26 EDTBCSNY AG, SEC to take further actions in dark pool investigations, Bloomberg says
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10:09 EDTBCSBarclays, Credit Suisse to pay over $150M to settle dark pool claims
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07:31 EDTBCSBarclays among potential buyers of TD Direct, Sky reports
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January 31, 2016
15:40 EDTBCSBarclays to exit precious metals sector, Platts says
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15:37 EDTBCSBarclays, Credit Suisse to pay $154M to settle dark pool claims, Bloomberg says
Barclays (BCS) and Credit Suisse (CS) are expected to reach a $154.3M settlement Monday with New York and the SEC over allegations that they didn't give clients accurate information regarding their dark pool trading, reports Bloomberg, citing a source. Barclays will pay $70M while Credit Suisse will pay $84.3M, noted Bloomberg. Reference Link
January 29, 2016
13:02 EDTBCSBarclays names Venkatakrishnan chief risk officer
Barclays (BCS) has named C.S. Venkatakrishnan as Chief Risk Officer. Venkatakrishnan joins Barclays from JP Morgan Chase (JPM) where he has been the Head of Model Risk and Development since 2012 and Head of Operational Risk since September 2013. He will join the Executive Committee of Barclays and report directly to the group CEO Jes Staley. Once Mr Venkatakrishnan assumes his new role, current Chief Risk Officer Robert Le Blanc will become Vice Chair of Risk and Strategy, reporting to Staley. Reference Link
January 27, 2016
09:54 EDTSTTState Street says treasurer David Gutschenritter to retire
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09:51 EDTSTTState Street: YTD weakness in equity markets to adversely affect total revenue
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07:24 EDTSTTState Street sees pre-tax operating margin at least 31% by 2018, 33% by 2020-end
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07:03 EDTSTTState Street: Dollar strengthening reduced fee rev. outside U.S. by $53M in Q4
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07:01 EDTSTTState Street reports Q4 operating-basis EPS $1.21, consensus $1.18
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06:46 EDTBLKFee prices on mutual funds, ETFs sliding towards zero, WSJ says
There is intense fee price competition occurring in the asset management sector as several fund firms, including BlackRock (BLK), Charles Schwab (SCHW), and others, cut fees on their passive products close to 0%, the Wall Street Journal reports. The competition is suppressing industry margins and building a greater impetus for firms to achieve scale, the report says. The slide in costs have been under way for years but is accelerating as the sector's largest companies are targeting increasingly cost-obsessed investors, the report says. Over 100 mutual funds and exchanged-traded funds currently cost $10 or less per $10,000 invested, up from 40 in 2010, the report says, citing Morningstar. Reference Link
January 26, 2016
15:00 EDTSTTState Street volatility elevated into Q4 and outlook
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14:32 EDTSTTNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
Notable companies reporting before tomorrow's open, with earnings consensus, include Novartis (NVS), consensus $1.18... Boeing (BA), consensus $1.26... United Technologies (UTX), consensus $1.52... Biogen (BIIB), consensus $4.08... EMC (EMC), consensus 65c... General Dynamics (GD), consensus $2.38... Anthem (ANTM), consensus $1.22... Illinois Tool Works (ITW), consensus $1.21... State Street (STT), consensus $1.18... Norfolk Southern (NSC), consensus $1.24... Progressive (PGR), consensus 47c... St. Jude Medical (STJ), consensus $1.01... Rockwell Automation (ROK), consensus $1.33... Textron (TXT), consensus 83c... Hess (HES), consensus ($1.47)... Cliffs Natural (CLF), consensus (26c).
06:45 EDTBLKBlackRock says clients seeking more illiquid holdings, Bloomberg says
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