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December 31, 2012
06:07 EDTFB, MS, JPM, GSOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap-Up
WALL STREET JOURNAL: Facebook (FB) has received negative reviews from investors since its IPO, but securities analysts who work at the investment banks that did the deal have never wavered in their enthusiasm. Since it went public in May, analysts at Morgan Stanley (MS), JPMorgan (JPM) and Goldman Sachs (GS) have issued 40 reports on the stock and every one has urged investors to buy, the Wall Street Journal reports...A group of pension funds that oversee over $3T in assets asked the SEC to revamp rules on how corporate executives can trade their company stock, the Wall Street Journal reports...REUTERS: Congress will return today without a deal to avert the "fiscal cliff" and only a few hours of actual legislative time scheduled in which to act if an agreement materializes, Reuters reports...Germany will avoid recession in 2013 and achieve growth rates similar to 2012, said Dieter Hundt, leader of Germany's employer association, Reuters reports...BLOOMBERG: This year, Treasuries gave up their first-place rank among world bonds as signs of improvement in the world economy cut demand for the safety of U.S. debt, Bloomberg reports...Hedge funds lowered bullish commodity bets to a six-month low as rising concern that slowing economic growth will erode demand drove prices toward the first fourth-quarter retreat since the global recession, Bloomberg reports.
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August 11, 2014
06:12 EDTFBFacebook implied volatility of 31 at lower end of index mean range
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August 8, 2014
12:38 EDTJPMSEC probing JPMorgan over potential conflicts of interest, WSJ says
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07:23 EDTJPM, GSLevin probe of Goldman, JPMorgan commodity trading nears end, Reuters says
Senator Carl Levin's investigators have met with representatives from Goldman Sachs (GS) and JPMorgan (JPM) in recent weeks as his office wraps up its probe of the bank's commodity trading businesses, which could potentially reveal abuses in energy and metals markets, according to Reuters, citing sources familiar with the matter. Executives from the banks may appear at a hearing as early as September, the report added. Reference Link
07:18 EDTJPM, MS, GSRegulators direct banks to steer mortgage aid to hard-hit areas, FT says
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06:30 EDTJPMCitigroup, Accenture employ tech workers in Argentina, Bloomberg says
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August 7, 2014
15:33 EDTFBFacebook in talks with studios on content for Oculus Rift, The Information says
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10:37 EDTFBPrivateCore to join Facebook
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10:24 EDTFBFacebook acquires security startup PrivateCore, VentureBeat reports
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08:23 EDTJPML.A. suit against JPMorgan over mortgage lending dismissed, Reuters reports
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06:39 EDTGSGoldman lowers legal loss over reserves estimate to $3.2B from $3.7B
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06:02 EDTFBFacebook hires former BBM head Bocking to run Internet.org app, Re/code says
Facebook (FB) has hired Andrew Bocking to run its new Internet.org mobile app, reports Re/code. Bocking was previously head of BlackBerry Messenger (BBRY). Reference Link
August 6, 2014
08:20 EDTGS, MS, JPMFed, FDIC tell big banks to revise 'living will' plans
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08:19 EDTJPMAshland enters into 10b5-1 plans to repurchase $250M of common stock
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07:55 EDTJPMJP Morgan August volatility increases as shares pull back
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06:50 EDTFBFacebook not ready for small businesses to use video ads, Re/code says
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06:30 EDTGSDeutsche Bank, Goldman near agreement for NBG unit, Bloomberg says
The private-equity arms of Deutsche Bank (DB) and Goldman Sachs (GS) are close to finalizing a deal to purchase the buyout division of National Bank of Greece (NBG) for close to $506M, according to Bloomberg, citing two people with knowledge of the matter. Reference Link
06:27 EDTMSMorgan Stanley says continuing to respond to subpoenas, requests for information
Morgan Stanley said in a filing that it is continuing to respond to subpoenas and requests for information from certain federal and state regulatory and governmental entities, including among others various members of the RMBS Working Group of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, concerning the origination, financing, purchase, securitization and servicing of subprime and non-subprime residential mortgages and related matters such as residential mortgages backed securities, collateralized debt obligations, structured investment vehicles and credit default swaps backed by or referencing mortgage pass through certificates. These matters include, but are not limited to, investigations related to the companyís due diligence on loans that it purchased for securitization, the companyís communications with ratings agencies, the companyís disclosures to investors, and the Companyís handling of servicing and foreclosure related issues. On May 8, the California Attorney Generalís Office, which is one of the members of the RMBS Working Group, indicated that it has made certain preliminary conclusions that the Company made knowing and material misrepresentations regarding RMBS and that it knowingly caused material misrepresentations to be made regarding the Cheyne SIV, which issued securities marketed to the California Public Employees Retirement System. The CAAG has further indicated that it believes the companyís conduct violated California law and that it may seek treble damages, penalties and injunctive relief. The company does not agree with these conclusions and has presented defenses to them to the CAAG. On July 23, the U.S. SEC approved the companyís Offer of Settlement to resolve the SECís investigation of certain subprime RMBS transactions sponsored and underwritten by the company in 2007. Pursuant to the settlement, the company was charged with violating Sections 17(a)(2) and 17(a)(3) of the Securities Act, agreed to pay disgorgement and penalties in an amount of $275M and neither admitted nor denied the SECís findings.
06:25 EDTMSMorgan Stanley says added $53M to legal costs in Q2, cutting EPS by 2c
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06:23 EDTMSSecurities Industry & Financial Markets Association to hold a seminar
Compliance & Legal Society Regional Seminar to be held in San Francisco on August 6.
06:19 EDTMSCFA Society of Minnesota to hold a conference
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