Traders love volatility - as long as they can make money.
Tullett Prebon has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Elevation, LLC ('Elevation'), a mid-size equities, foreign equities and equities derivatives interdealer broker in the US.
ICAP, the world’s leading interdealer broker, announces that it has expanded its Financial Futures and Options team with the appointment of two new hires and the opening of an office in Dubai.
The Financial Times and IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, have announced the shortlist for the 2012 FT / IFC Sustainable Finance Awards, which recognise environmentally and socially responsible banking and investment globally.
Arsenal winger Theo Walcott says he's not a one-dimensional player who relies on his pace. He's right, but he must continue to sharpen other areas of his game.
Scarlet Fu reports on Wednesday's 'Help Wanted' for an Executive Officer Brand Marketing, Social Media Community Manager-Associate / VP.
Where does Wall Street takes its expensive suits? Bloomberg visits Jerry Pozniak, the owner of Jeeves, a New York City favorite of traders and hedge fund managers who have luxury clothes that need cleaning.
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) CEO Duncan Niederauer spoke with FOX Business Network’s (FBN) Nicole Petallides about the low trading volume in the markets right now saying “there are so many macro issues out there right now; we don’t control the macro environment. In a low volume, low volatility environment, it is going to be hard for anyone to move the needle so you have to keep control over what you can.”
The fortunes of Newcastle United's strikers has been in direct contrast.
Bloomberg's Cristina Alesci reports Carlyle Group plans to sell shares for $22 to $23 each after seeking $23 to $25.