Archive | January, 2013

BI Leader SAS to Expand R&D Centre in Pune

(PRWEB) December 6, 2005 SAS, the global leader in business intelligence solutions, announced plans to develop its largest research and development (R&D) center outside the U.S. in Pune, India. SAS CEO Dr. Jim Goodnight announced the proposed 1,75,000 square foot SAS facility that will ramp up the operations of the companys India-based global R&D arm, [...]

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Is the bond bull market over?

Is the bond bull market over? There is reasonable evidence to suggest quantitative easing (QE) has lowered bond yields and price insensitive buyers, such as foreign central banks or sovereign wealth funds, are also large players in 'safe haven' bond markets. But these actors are … Read more on ifaonline.co.uk Icesave Decision: Hard Case, Bad [...]

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Word of the Day 10/20/11: European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF)

Today’s “Word of the Day” is European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF). The EFSF is organization created by the European Union to provide assistance to member states with unstable economies. The fund raises money by issuing debt, and distributes the funds to eurozone countries whose lending institutions need to be recapitalized, who need help managing their [...]

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Money #1 Issue Facing Americans in 2013 Followed by Employment & Economy, According to Prosper Insights & Analytics Analysis

Worthington, OH (PRWEB) January 22, 2013 Money tops the list of issues facing Americans in 2013 according to a recent analysis of the latest data from American Pulse (Jan-13). Employment and the economy are also weighing on peoples minds, however not nearly as much as issues relating to their finances (or lack thereof). Top [...]

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St. Louis Fed’s Bullard Discusses “The First Phase of the U.S. Recovery”

St. Louis (Vocus) November 19, 2009 In a speech Wednesday to area business leaders at the 2009 Commerce Bank Economic Breakfast, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard described the forces driving this nascent economic recovery and posed the question: How sustainable is this growth going forward? The first phase of the recovery has been [...]

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What happens when the Fed starts losing money

What happens when the Fed starts losing money EVER since the Federal Reserve first started buying up financial assets back in 2008, some have fretted about taxpayer exposure. The private debt purchased by the Fed to prop up the financial system might sour. The government bonds it has bought with … Read more on The [...]

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CN/IC Employee Credit Union Stays Competitive by Adopting CUtopia’s e-Suite Financial Solution

Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) October 24, 2012 Due to the array of new financial regulations and multi-national bank competitors, community credit unions are finding it exceedingly challenging to remain competitive and absorb the cost of services such as mobile and online banking. Implementing and administering such services are costly and time consuming for credit unions that [...]

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St. Louis Feds Bullard: Three Lessons for Monetary Policy from the Panic of 2008

Philadelphia, PA (Vocus) December 5, 2009 In remarks Friday at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphias annual Policy Forum, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard outlined three lessons learned from 2008s financial crisis and recommended that policymakers keep these lessons in mind for future monetary policy. There are lessons here that should be heeded, [...]

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Andrew Sheng Says People’s Bank of China `Back on Track’

April 11 (Bloomberg) — Andrew Sheng, chief adviser to the China Banking Regulatory Commission, talks with Bloomberg’s Michael McKee and Sara Eisen about the outlook for the Asian economy and currencies. They spoke in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire on April 9. (Source: Bloomberg)

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New 2013 Report from Secure Retirement, “Distortions Around the World” Answers Question: Can the U.S., Japan and the Eurozone “Print” Their Way to Prosperity?

San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) January 14, 2013 This 2013 Annual Report analyzes the extraordinary bet being placed on economic prosperity coming from either the Federal Reserve , European Central Bank or Japan’s Central Bank. Printing money has a long history throughout the world. These days investors get excited when a central banker assures the public [...]

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CIGI Experts Outline Prescriptions for Cannes Summit and Beyond in Special Report on G20 Issues

Waterloo, Ont. (PRWEB) October 20, 2011 With a possible euro zone collapse and Greek insolvency likely to dominate the upcoming [...]

Pathways Home Health and Hospice Satu Johal Receives CFO of Year of the Year Award; Silicon Valley Business Journal Honoree

Sunnyvale, California (PRWEB) December 02, 2011 Satu Johal, CFO at Pathways Home Health & Hospice, received the Silicon Valley Business [...]

Latest Financial Regulation News

Working Together Towards Better Financial Regulation and Stability in Asia Image by Asian Development Bank Tellers attend to clients in [...]

European financial regulation – 4 questions to Olivier Garnier (Societe Generale)

Olivier Garnier, Chief economist at Societe Generale Group, expresses his view on European financial regulation and its reform. Video interview [...]

AMS Health Care Mortgage Corporation Provides Debt Service Savings to Hospitals Utilizing FHA 242 Mortgage Insurance Program

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) August 30, 2013 An oft-overlook and relatively unknown federal program for hospitals seeking capital for needed and [...]

Vermont’s Captive Insurance Industry Off to Best Start Since 2005

Montpelier, VT (PRWEB) April 16, 2012 First quarter licensure of new captive insurance companies is off to a strong start [...]