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Content tagged with Trading Technology posted in December 2009
Designed for all major assets like interest rates, equity, inflation, credit, foreign exchange, commodities, and life insurance to hybrid products, Price-it comes either as a software tools or an internet platform.
SunGard's VPM version 9.0 provides hedge funds with an enterprise-level portfolio accounting application that is built on a service-oriented architecture for plug-and-play integration with a firm's existing applications.
Congress is considering a tax on financial transactions that takes targets Wall Street with the aim of providing relief to Main Street. But Wall Street says the tax could end up hitting some pension funds and regular investors.
Martin Short offers holiday advice in his song on David Letterman, Adam Sandler's Hanukkah classic, Jimmy Kimmel and Norah Jones celebrate 12 days of YouTube memories, Jimmy Fallon's guide to gift wrapping.
Martin Short's Holiday Song on David Letterman
With an unusual holiday message for all.
Despite the 10% unemployment and 3.9 million foreclosures in the U.S. this year, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's global research group are highly optimistic about economic growth for the U.S. and the world for the coming year, economists in the group said at a press conference today. These economists forecast global domestic product will grow 4.4% in 2010, led by China at 10%. Inflation will be low, U.S. equities will perform well, and t
City Index hopes that performing Black Scholes and other pricing calculations in a complex event processing toolkit will allow it to quickly offer new products to retail "investors" who bet on the markets.
Jon Stewart calls Sorkin's new book Too Big to Fail too big to read; Saturday Night Live's take on the Tiger Woods saga; Al Gore visits SNL's What Up With That?
New York Times' Sorkin on the Daily Show
Although Jon Stewart calls New York Times journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin's new book Too Big to Fail "too big to read," he gives a soft interview to the Wall Street critic, who says a year after the $784 billion financial bailout, we're no better off.
SWIFT's Restructuring in North America Includes Layoffs
News | 12/10/2009 |
SWIFT's Commercial group reduces staff as part of plan to cut $132 million in global operating expenses.
SunGard's FastVal 3.0 provides financial institutions with transparency of the models and underlying market data used in the valuation, as well as enhanced Greeks, greater functionality in the running of intra-day valuations, and coverage of market data across a multitude of securities.
Yesterday, we had the pleasure of being invited to the 7th Annual Emmy Awards for Business and Financial Reporting in New York. While the atmosphere was definitely upbeat, it was also sign of the times that the ceremony which last year was held at the Rainbow Room was this year held at Fordham University. (The storied Rainbow Room on the 65th floor of the Rockefeller Center closed down in June, although the restaurant's website continues to optimistically boast "Rainbow Room: Then, Now, Forever"