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Sullivan & Cromwell launches Financial Institutions Insights, an ongoing video series to share insights on key industry developments

NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Sullivan & Cromwell announces the launch of a multi-part video series designed to share insights from senior S&C lawyers on trends and issues impacting global financial institutions. The interviews are conducted by Lee Pacchia, Founder and CEO of Mimesis Law. In the first segment, Mitch Eitel, Managing Partner of the S&C Financial Services Group, ...
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Cramer's Stop Trading: Dollar General  

Media Link Transcript Jim it's up eight. We're firms came out today and said don't worry about dollar general's corps to return on investments really big golden very you know it's down again today. If you odd discipline we needs in retail. You were so heated that there's almost no comeback I'm thinking about Williams-Sonoma. Macy's team what we get. But these Dollar General next week dollar ...
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Emerging market debt trading volumes down 27 pct in Q2

NEW YORK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Emerging market debt trading volumes fell to $1.211 trillion in the second quarter of 2015, from $1.668 trillion in the same period a year ago, due to economic weakness in the sector and regulations tied to the Volcker Rule, a new survey showed. Second-quarter trading volumes declined 27 percent versus a year ago, but fell only 1 percent from the first quarter of ...
Source: Reuters | By: Daniel Bases
Thirty years on, treasury bond with 10 pct coupon bows out a star

BOSTON, Aug 11 (Reuters) - Few things from 1985 achieved lasting fame and universal acclaim. One of them is the highest-paying U.S. government bond, which easily outlasted 'new Coke," Commodore's Amiga computer, power suits and big hair. The last U.S. Treasury with a 10 percent coupon, issued 30 years ago this week, is retiring as a government obligation in a matter of days, leaving bond ...
Source: Reuters | By: Tim McLaughlin
Liquidity Decline in Global Fixed-Income Markets is Here to Stay

PASADENA, Calif., Aug. 3, 2015/ PRNewswire/-- Global fixed-income markets are experiencing a significant decline of liquidity. This can impact the ability of professional asset managers to facilitate the purchase or sale of an asset without causing a change in the asset's price. While some market watchers find this troubling, Western Asset Management Deputy...
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