moneyscience: Naked Capitalism (@yvessmith): -Links 11/29/11 http:/
moneyscience: Economist's View (@MarkThoma):- Links for 2011-11-29 http:/
moneyscience: Facebook will cross the critical 500 shareholder mark by end of 2011, compelled to file financial data with SEC http:/
moneyscience: Uncertainty about Government Policy and Stock Prices (pdf) http:/
moneyscience: MoneyScience Daily is out! http:/
moneyscience: Live now: George Osborne's Autumn Statement http:/
The Magyar Nemzeti Bank increased its central bank base rate by 50 basis points to 6.50% from 6.00%. The Bank said: "Monetary policy can best support the recovery and contribute to an environment conducive to investment and job creation by maintaining predictability and preserving the stability of prices and the financial system. The depreciation of the forint in recent months has caused a deterioration in the inflation outlook and increased the need for balance sheet adjustment in the economy. The Monetary Council decided to raise the base rate by 50 basis points in view of the upside risks to inflation and increased perceptions of the risks associated with the economy. If the outlook for inflation and risk perceptions remain persistently unfavourable, it may prove necessary to raise interest rates further in the coming months."
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Pricing Partners (www.pricingpartners.com), the world leader in OTC derivatives pricing analytics, mathematical models and independent valuations, announced today that its award winning Price-it© has been upgraded to provide analytical tools to compute large volatility surfaces from option data provided by systems like Thomson Reuters 3000 Xtra© or Eikon©.read more...
I finally managed to get hold of the latest “final” draft of MiFID II (195 pages) and MiFIR (59 pages) yesterday. Various versions of these documents have been floating around the City in recent weeks, but I’m reliably informed that what I’m looking at is pretty close to the official version due to be released next week, some time between the 17th and 21st October.read more...
moneyscience: RT @Fintag - The Euro moral panic - http:/