The Ibovespa is set for its best streak of monthly gains in four years after signs of faster growth in China boosted commodity producers and Eike Batista’s OGX Petroleo & Gas Participacoes SA rebounded from a record low.
Henderson Global Investors Adopts Bloomberg TCA - Bloomberg Transaction Cost Analysis (BTCA) Offers Broker-Neutral, Pre- and Post-Trade Analytics to Optimize Trading Performance - BTCA Meets Compliance Needs and Delivers Performance Assessment with On-Demand Reporting - TCA importance reflects regulatory scrutiny, competition for assets and increased liquidity fragmentation Business Wire NEW YORK -- December 02, 2010 Bloomberg Professional executives announced today that Henderson Global Investors (‘Henderson’), a leading independent global asset management firm with over GBP 59 billion in assets under management, has adopted the Bloomberg Transaction Cost Analysis (BTCA) tool globally for Henderson’s equity business. Henderson will be using BTCA, a dynamic and highly customizable pre- and post-trade transaction cost analysis solution, to get to the root cause of
Global stocks rose, extending a five-year high, and commodities gained as China’s economic growth quickened. Google Inc. jumped as much as 14 percent to a record above $1,000 on better-than-forecast earnings. Treasury 10-year note yields touched a 12-week low.
The tax regime that’s been the backbone of the Eurobond market since its inception 50 years ago is now threatened by the same regulatory overhaul driving corporate borrowers to issue bonds rather than take bank loans.
Stocks climbed around the world and copper rallied as manufacturing in China and Europe expanded and prospects of an imminent strike on Syria faded. The yen weakened, bonds declined and crude oil fell for a third day.
Australian tourists Erica Kim and Michael Cai walk out of Bicester Village outlet mall near London loaded down with purchases including Jimmy Choo boots, Bally shoes and a dress. They figure they’ve saved about 1,000 pounds ($1,500) compared with shopping at home.
Henderson Global Investors Ltd., the manager of $108 billion in assets, plans to build an office complex capped by a 34-story tower in the City of London financial district as developers tap the area’s burgeoning insurance market.