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October 9, 2012
06:13 EDTSTT, LMCA, MS, JPM, FIATY, BAESY, USB, C, GS, BK, EADSY, WFC, BACOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap-Up
WALL STREET JOURNAL: The global economy risks sliding toward recession three years after pulling out of the previous one, the IMF warned, adding that fighting a renewed world-wide downturn will be much more complex than it was before, the Wall Street Journal reports...U.S. banks and the Fed are fighting over a new round of "stress tests" before the annual exams begin this fall. The battle centers on the math regulators are using to produce the results. Bankers want more detail on how the calculations are made, and the Fed has resisted disclosing more than it has, the Wall Street Journal reports...REUTERS: Phil Anschutz began auctioning Anschutz Entertainment Group, with an expectation that the sports and entertainment giant should draw bids in the $10B range, higher than previously believed, sources say. Potential bidders include trade buyers such as Liberty Media Corp (LMCA), investment companies such as Guggenheim Partners LLC; private equity firms such as Thomas H. Lee Partners LP, Bain Capital LLC and Colony Capital LLC, Reuters reports...British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said he hoped to meet his French, German and U.S. counterparts to discuss the proposed merger of aerospace groups EADS (EADSY) and BAE Systems (BAESY), a day before a deadline for the deal, Reuters reports...BLOOMBERG: State Street (STT) and Bank of New York Mellon (BK) will charge depositors negative interest rates to hold Danish kroner and Swiss francs as customers seek refuge from the crisis-stricken euro. That means money managers, insurance companies and pension funds have to pay the bank to hold the cash, Bloomberg reports....Fiat (FIATY) will lower its outlook for the European auto market when the company updates its five-year plan that runs through 2014, said CEO Sergio Marchionne said, Bloomberg reports.
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November 11, 2014
14:30 EDTJPM, CBanks to be hit with billions in fines for currency manipulation, Telegraph says
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11:56 EDTBACAmerican Commercial weighs sale with value of over $1B, Financial Times says
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10:00 EDTJPMOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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09:37 EDTCActive equity options trading
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07:14 EDTCJudge allows Citigroup to process next Argentina bond payout, Reuters reports
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07:06 EDTWFCJinkoSolar subsidiary signs $20M credit agreement with Wells Fargo Bank
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07:06 EDTGSMarkit Genpact KYC Services registers 600+ firms, appoints CEO
Markit Genpact KYC Services, the joint venture from Markit Ltd. (MRKT) and Genpact Ltd. (G) announced that more than 600 buyside firms and corporations are registered for its centralized service to streamline the management of know your customer information required by banks. Markit Genpact KYC Services also announced the appointment of Jon May as CEO. He joins Markit Genpact KYC Services from Goldman Sachs (GS) where he was a managing director and global head of client onboarding as well as head of Securities Operations and Operations Data Quality Management in India. Jon May will join Markit Genpact KYC Services in January 2015, based in London.
06:59 EDTBACBank of America's head of FICC trading to retire by year-end, WSJ reports
Bank of America's head of global fixed income, currencies and commodities trading trading, David Sobotka, will retire by year-end, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing an internal memo sent to employees. Sobotka is planning to take some time off before deciding on his next steps. Sources say BofA will name Sobotka's replacement by the end of the year. Reference Link
06:39 EDTJPMJPMorgan downgraded on valuation at Keefe Bruyette
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05:47 EDTJPMJPMorgan downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Keefe Bruyette
Keefe Bruyette downgraded JPMorgan to Market Perform with a $64 price target.
November 10, 2014
15:17 EDTJPMCFPB may require added disclosures on prepaid cards, WSJ says
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is expected to propose new rules later this week that will require more disclosure for prepaid debit cards and cracking down on allowing consumers to spend more money on the cards than they have, according to The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. The rules come as traditional financial institutions, such as JPMorgan (JPM) and American Express (AXP) have moved into the business and the industryís biggest players donít allow overdrafts so it is unclear whether the new rules will dent industry profits, the report said. Green Dot (GDOT) also does not permit overdrafts and Visa (V) recently excluded overdraft abilities in guidelines for its prepaid cards, the report added. Reference Link
15:03 EDTSTTState Street discloses receipt of DOJ, SEC subpoenas
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09:04 EDTEADSYExelis, Airbus partner to provide missile warning capabilities for F-16 aircraft
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07:12 EDTWFCCA Technologies to hold a conference
CA World 2014 is being held in Las Vegas on November 9-12.
07:08 EDTBKCredit Suisse to hold a conference
2014 Boston Financials 1:1 Conference to be held in Boston on November 10-11.
06:53 EDTUSB, BACBank of America, U.S. Bancorp settle bond trustee class action, Reuters says
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06:46 EDTGS, BAC, JPM, C, MS, WFC, USBRegulators set new capital buffer rule for banks, Reuters reports
Global banks should have buffers of bonds or equity worth 16%-20% of their risk-weighted assets, beginning in January 2019, The Financial Stability Board decided, according to Reuters. The board said the buffer would prevent the need for government bailouts, the news service explained. Publicly traded global banks include Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) Wells Fargo (WFC), Banco Santander (SAN), Barclays (BCS), Credit Suisse (CS), Deutsche Bank (DB), HSBC (HSBC), ING Groep (ING), Lloyds Banking (LYG), RBS (RBS) and UBS (UBS). Reference Link
06:37 EDTCSumitomo Mitsui in lead for Citigroup's Japan retail operations, WSJ reports
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06:18 EDTC, JPMUBS to settle misconduct allegations at precious metals trading unit, FT reports
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November 9, 2014
13:00 EDTBACBofA looks for additional SEC sanctions to be waved, Bloomberg says
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