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March 25, 2014
07:53 EDTGS, C, MS, DB, FB, JPM, CS, YHOOBankers missed $100M in mandates with Alibaba IPO, Reuters reports
According to Thomson Reuters data, major banks missed out on about $100M in combined fees from other deals to work on Alibaba's IPO over the past year, Reuters reports. According to sources, the banks didn't want to anger Alibaba by working for its acquisition targets or rivals, and didn't want to risk losing out on business in the IPO that could be bigger than Facebook's (FB) 2012 IPO. Reuters previously reported that Citigroup (C), Credit Suisse (CS), Goldman (GS), JP Morgan (JPM), Deutsche Bank (DB) and Morgan Stanley (MS) are working on Alibaba's IPO. Reference Link
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August 19, 2015
10:06 EDTCCiti reports July credit loss 2.33% vs. 2.49% last month
Reports July delinquencies 1.46% vs. 1.42% last month.
09:33 EDTFBActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open: AAPL BAC FB BA TWTR NFLX WMT BABA
07:41 EDTYHOOYahoo price target lowered to $56 from $62 at Cantor
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06:53 EDTFBDeutsche Telekom exec calls for internet firms to subsidize online ads, FT says
Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) senior vice president of technology strategy, governance, and programs Tomasz Gerszberg has called for internet companies such as Google (GOOG) and Facebook (FB) to subsidize users' mobile subscriptions due to the new way advertising takes over data allowances, the Financial Times reports, citing an article Gerszberg wrote on LinkedIn. The Deutsche Telekom executive said that consumers need to be protected from rising data charges related to "annoying" online ads, the report says. Reference Link
06:24 EDTCCiti to give back additional $4.5M in fee overcharges, Reuters reports
Citigroup subsidiary Citigroup Global Markets has reached an agreement with the New York attorney general to return $4.5M in account management fees charged on roughly 15,000 frozen accounts, Reuters reports. As a result of the deal, more than $20M will be refunded to Citi customers for overcharges in a probe started by New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman, the report says. Reference Link
August 18, 2015
16:58 EDTJPMJPMorgan in talks to settle investment bias charges for $150M, WSJ says
JPMorgan is in advanced discussions with the SEC to settle allegations that it inappropriately guided clients to its own investment products, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. Reference Link
16:19 EDTFBTencent invests $50M in messaging app Kik
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16:00 EDTFBOptions Update; August 18, 2015
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13:14 EDTGSNY court rules Goldman must face Abacus suit, Bloomberg reports
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12:27 EDTFBStocks with call strike movement; FB BABA
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09:39 EDTFBActive equity options trading on open
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09:02 EDTDBDeutsche AWM acquires Wicker Park Commons shopping plaza
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08:27 EDTFBFacebook price target raised to $120 on growth and engagement at MKM Partners
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08:06 EDTCCiti sells alternative investor services unit to SS&C
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08:02 EDTCSS&C acquires Citi's alternative investor services business
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07:56 EDTCCiti reports July credit loss 2.33% vs. 2.49% last month
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07:33 EDTFBPiper's Munster sees virtual reality moving Facebook shares higher
Three themes centering on virtual reality could move shares of Facebook higher over the next three months, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster tells investors in a research note. First up in September, Facebook's Oculus unit will host a developer conference in Los Angeles which will address investor questions around the virtual reality use case, Munster writes. Second, the consumer version of Oculus, called Rift, will be available slightly earlier than investors expect with sales starting in January of next year, Munster believes. And third, based on his analysis on LinkedIn profiles, Munster thinks Facebook is making the most aggressive investment in VR talent. He has increased confidence in the social media giant's long term virtual position and reiterates an Overweight rating on the stock with a $146 price target. Facebook closed yesterday down 49c to $93.93.
06:49 EDTDBDeutsche Bank reorganizes FIC business, FT reports
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06:45 EDTGSNine banks agree to $2B settlement for currency market rigging, FT says
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06:42 EDTGSGoldman buys stake in Piramal Realty, WSJ reports
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