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  • Article / 13 December 2017 at 11:30 GMT

    Weekly Bond Update: More female CEOs? Outrageously possible...

    Fixed income Specialist / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Weekly Bond Update: More female CEOs? Outrageously possible...
    One of Saxo's 2017 Outrageous Predictions is that more women will become CEOs of leading organisations. A look at the bond markets shows several cases where women have driven innovation and charted new courses for corporate giants. It's not always the case, but in our view female CEOs remain undervalued as a corporate asset.
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    fxtime fxtime
    Oh forgot I am also hoping the FED reduce their balance sheet Bond holding as it is Christmas :-)
    1y
    Althea Spinozzi Althea Spinozzi
    Hi Fxtime it seems that the FED is not concerned about a flat yield curve as they believe that there is still room for interest rates hike....
    1y
    fxtime fxtime
    Thx Anthea for your comments and i already am doing the very thing you suggest. But always good to have a professionals view too so thankyou :-)

    Have...
  • 2y
    Morris Morris
    James you have given us all this data then what? Or is this some kind of a report? The question is what does it mean going into...
  • Article / 16 February 2017 at 13:00 GMT

    GM puts Opel on sale – try again, fail better?

    GM puts Opel on sale – try again, fail better?
    Immediately following the outbreak of the financial crisis, GM tried to sell Opel – and failed. Now it's making another go of it. Looking back at how that process played out before tells us something about how this latest attempt may fare and provides investors with hints as to what to look out for.
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    fxtime fxtime
    And all occurring before he German elections.....38,000 hard working German Opel employees will be concerned....especially as the German Government were oblivious to this recent attempt and only...
  • Editor’s Picks / 11 January 2016 at 6:18 GMT

    Pick-up trucks and SUVs drive car industry sales

    Reuters
    When US President Barack Obama visits Detroit's annual car show on January 20, exactly one year before he leaves office, he is expected to tout how much the industry has changed since he orchestrated a federally funded rescue in 2009. But many of the changes on display at the city's annual auto show will not reflect the green-transport revival the president envisioned. The 'Detroit Three' car makers racked up record sales and profits in the US market last year not because of electric cars or plug-in hybrids, but because of soaring demand for pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles fuelled by petrol prices that hit multi-year lows.
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  • 06 December
    MistySoto MistySoto
    Uber is making debut on Wall Street with a value approx $120 billion next year. It would consider the biggest trading after Alibaba Group Joined in...