Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Securities and Exchange Commission’

Tesla Motors looks to the future with $167-million

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

The Palo Alto maker of the $109,000 Roadster electric sports car says in a regulatory filing that it plans to sell as many as 12.8 million shares for between $14 and $16 each. Electric-car maker Tesla Motors Inc. plans to raise about $167 million by selling stock to the public later this year.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is in the midst of a scandal

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Index Dow Jones Industrial remains in the headlines for two weeks in a row. Drop of the Dow Jones Industrial Average which was a record in the history of U.S. stock market will be the test supervisors. In the record collapse on Wall Street to blame for not only technical problems. Sixth of May 14.38 on the New York time index Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 360 points. And fell to 14.51 for another 900 points. For a few minutes a week of volatility in the U.S. stock markets turned into a nightmare, forcing Wall Street suffered dramatic fall day.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average lost more than earned in 2010

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

May 6 Dow Jones Industrial Average surprised the financial world. Record drop in Dow Jones Industrial Average was a shock to investors, many players will be permanently lost to the market because of this tragedy. The U.S. has not yet established the cause of the record-shattering exchanges.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: a criminal investigation of the collapse is completed

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

May 6 – Dow Jones Industrial Average had repeated black Thursday. Then, many investors said goodbye forever to the market, and bears get rich. Stock market U.S. became the laughingstock of the world, trading in Dow Jones Industrial Average became the most unsuccessful in history. In an unprecedented investigation into the collapse of U.S. indexes, including Dow Jones and the industrialization that occurred within minutes in the course of trading on May 6, there were specific names. Important regulators caught trading actions of the management company from Kansas Waddell & Reed Financial Inc. market futures E-mini S & P 500, which coincided with the strongest intraday drop in stock prices.

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Daimler vs NYSE

Friday, May 14th, 2010

Supervisory and Managing Boards of German automobile concern Daimler AG decided to hold delisting of shares from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Such information is contained in published today, a press release. It also noted that the company intends to hold delisting of bonds with a maturity of 18 January 2031g. his unit Daimler Finance North America LLC. German auto giant has already notified the NYSE of its decision.

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Dow Jones bid farewell to return

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Dow Jones was so vulnerable to the level, which did not expect even the most confident pessimists. Already in the second half of the week to reach the market panic broke the American stock indexes to record lows. At one point in the index Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped almost 1000 points. Experts say that such volatility in the market was not observed since the middle of a financial crisis in 2008.

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Dow Jones and error in a billion

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Due to an error trader in one letter of the U.S. market within 15 minutes lost $ 1 trillion. It was the biggest collapse in the Dow Jones in history. Another “black Thursday” that occurred on May 6, likely will go down in history books. Within minutes the Dow Jones index fell by almost 1000 points and the S & P 500 lost just 8.6%.

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Goldman Sachs secretly creates a new committee

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Goldman Sachs created a committee on business standards. As the head of the U.S. bank investors Lloyd Blankfeyn, the new structure will explore products and services of the bank. This announcement came after last week’s U.S. Commission on Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to the bank were charged with cheating the shareholders. Moreover, the criminal investigation was launched by the Ministry of Justice. “We need a thorough internal audit” – appealed to investors AL Blankfeyn.

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Goldman Sachs: a new investigation

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Goldman Sachs back in the spotlight. Goldman Sachs Managers of investment bank Goldman Sachs, who is accused of fraud with mortgage securities, on Tuesday had to withstand considerable pressure during the hearing which lasted ten o’clock in the U.S. Senate. Despite this, and despite the fall in the market, following yesterday’s auction market capitalization of the bank with 141-year history has grown by $ 549 million.

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