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Hewlett-Packard: The Biggest Dog Of The Dow

Hewlett-Packard: The Biggest Dog Of The Dow

Software sultan Oracle documented powerful quarterly outcomes Thursday, raising its already hot fill up an additional 6% Friday. For share holders associated with Hewlett-Packard, it is a painful indication of the traditional days. HP, down almost 20%, may be the most detrimental carrying out stock in the Dow Jones Industrial standard this season.

A lot share cost turn down was there since Mark Hurd - broadly praised for switching HP (Fortune 500) just into a bend, imply cost cutting device -- resigned upon August 6th in the wake up of an expenditure reporting or the sex disgrace. Oracle (ORCL, Fortune 500) rapidly scooped up Mark Hurd in September to be its co-president (as well as feasible successor towards the apparently timeless Ray Ellison?), whilst HP surprised traders through picking former SAP CEO Léo Apotheker to replace Hurd.


Mexican Government enters the century bond market with a sale of $1 billion

images/markets/mexican-government-enters-century-bond-market.jpgThe government of Mexico sold $1billion in bonds with a maturity of 100 years. This is the first century bond issued by a Latin American sovereign. The decision came as Latin America’s second-largest economy took advantage of investor demand for higher-yielding investments against a backdrop of record-low interest rates in Europe and the US. In the first nine months of the year, around $40bn of money has been invested by investors in debt funds in emerging markets, which is four times the previous record for a full year, according to reports.


Latin American Markets slip on US Data for September

Latin American Markets slip on US Data for SeptemberStocks in Latin American markets lost some ground in the afternoon trading on Wednesday as data for the month of September showed that private employers in US shed jobs unexpectedly. This created concerns about a sluggish growth in the biggest economy of the world.

Petrobras, state-controlled energy company in Brazil, sustained a fall. The equity shares slipped 3.82 percent in the session on announcements made by many investment banks to downgrade the rating of this stock.


GMP finish atop the equity deal proceed for the first nine months of 2010

GMP finish atop the equity deal proceed for the first nine months of 2010One of the largest independent investment dealers in Canada, GMP Capital, arched to the zenith of Canada’s league tables for equity issues in the nine months of the year 2010, with $2.7 billion in proceeds from 37 deals. According to reports, the proceeds market share of GMP from Canadian equity and equity-related offerings was 11.9 percent, putting it ahead of BMO Capital Markets, its nearest contender and Bank of Montreal’s investment banking arm. BMO Capital Markets had a market share of 10.9 percent.


Mexico Stock Markets UP as Criminals Lose to Nafta

Mexico Stock Markets as Criminals Lose to Nafta

For all of the killings of elected officials at war with the criminal drug gangs, there's no stopping the Mexican investment boom thanks to the 16-year-old trade agreement that's buoying Latin America’s second-largest economy.

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