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  • Twitter IPO: 1,600 new millionaires to pay $2.2 bn in taxes November 17, 2013

    New York: US tax department is in for a major windfall from Twitter' blockbuster IPO, which has made 1,600 of its employees millionaires and they will together pay an estimated $2.2 billion (about Rs 13,800 crore) in taxes, a research report says. According to a report by US-based PrivCo, a...
  • Twitter shares dazzle on IPO day, stock soars 73% to close at $44.90 November 8, 2013

    New York: Shares of Twitter went on sale to the public for the first time on Thursday, instantly leaping more than 70 per cent above their offering price in a dazzling debut that exceeded even Wall Street's lofty hopes. By the closing bell, the social network that reinvented global communication in...
  • Twitter shares surge over 90 per cent on NYSE debut, hit $50 November 7, 2013

    Twitter Inc stock soared 92 percent in their first day of trading on Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange as investors snapped up shares in the microblogging site, pushing its market value to a heady $25 billion. The shares opened at $45.10 a share, up from the initial public offering...
  • Live blog: Twitter IPO debut on NYSE November 7, 2013

    Twitter's public stock debut, set for Thursday morning local time on the New York Stock Exchange, has been carefully orchestrated to avoid the glitches and eventual letdown that surrounded Facebook's initial public offering 18 months ago. Twitter set a price of $26 per share for its initial public offering on...
  • Aiming to avoid Facebook chaos, NYSE runs Twitter IPO test October 27, 2013

    New York: The New York Stock Exchange on Saturday did a test run of Twitter's highly anticipated market debut, as it seeks to avoid the types of problems that plagued Facebook's initial public offering on rival Nasdaq. The Big Board, run by NYSE Euronext, regularly does systems testing on the weekends,...
  • NYSE to hold 'dry run' for Twitter IPO October 19, 2013

    New York: The New York Stock Exchange isn't taking any chances with Twitter's initial public offering. The Big Board said it would allow trading firms to conduct a dry run of their systems to prepare for Twitter's IPO. The exchange seems to want to avoid the technical problems that marred Facebook's...
  • Twitter expected to begin investor roadshow on Oct 28, picks NYSE for IPO October 16, 2013

    San Francisco: Twitter Inc revealed on Tuesday a tripling in quarterly losses as it prepares to list on the New York Stock Exchange in one of the year's most anticipated IPOs. The online messaging service's decision to go with the older exchange deals a blow to the tech-heavy Nasdaq, which...
  • Tata Communications to delist from NYSE May 15, 2013

    Tata Communications Ltd said on Wednesday it will delist from the New York Stock Exchange and terminate its American Depositary Receipts (ADR) programme. "Our decision to delist, deregister and terminate our ADR program was the result of several factors, including the fact that our ADR program had not developed the...
  • Euronext selling MCX stake for up to $46 million: source March 6, 2013

    Mumbai: NYSE Euronext has launched the sale of its 4.8 per cent stake in the Multi-Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), the country's biggest commodity bourse, in a deal that could raise up to $46 million, a source with direct knowledge said. The transatlantic exchange operator is selling 2.44 million MCX...
  • US: Dow Jones soars to an all-time high March 6, 2013

    New York: About an hour after the Dow Jones industrial average hit a record high on Tuesday, Overland Park, Kansas-based financial adviser Brad Stratton got an e-mail from a client asking how she could "make hay while the sun shines." Stratton, a former Merrill Lynch broker who set up his...
  • Infosys to list on NYSE Euronext London and Paris markets February 19, 2013

    New Delhi: Software services major Infosys will get listed on NYSE Euronext London and Paris markets on Wednesday, becoming the first Indian company to be admitted to trade on the leading global bourse. Infosys CEO and Managing Director SD Shibulal will be in London to mark the first cross listing...
  • ICE to buy New York Stock Exchange Euronext for $8.2 bn December 21, 2012

    New York: In October, Jeff Sprecher, chief executive of upstart IntercontinentalExchange, approached NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer with a modest proposal to team up on clearing trades in London. As the men continued talking, Sprecher grew bolder, instead suggesting that ICE buy NYSE in what became an $8.2 billion deal...
  • Infosys to shift US listing to NYSE Euronext December 1, 2012

    Bangalore: IT services firm Infosys Ltd, the first Indian company to list on Nasdaq, will shift its American Depositary Shares to the NYSE Euronext in a move it said is intended to increase access to the stock for European investors. Infosys, India's second-largest software services provider, is also seeking listing of...
  • BSE remains world's top exchange November 25, 2012

    New Delhi: Leading bourse Bombay Stock Exchange has extended its lead as the world's top exchange in terms of the number of listed companies, outpacing the major global peers like NYSE, Nasdaq and London Stock Exchange by almost 100 per cent. The BSE had a total of 5,174 companies listed...
  • US: Airports and stock exchange reopen; New Jersey devastated October 31, 2012

    New York: Two major airports reopened and the floor of the New York Stock Exchange came back to life Wednesday, while across the river in New Jersey, National Guardsmen rushed to rescue flood victims and fires still raged two days after Superstorm Sandy. For the first time since the storm battered...
  • NY's post-Sandy divide: Those with power and those without October 31, 2012

    New York: Sandy split New York City in two. The massive storm left people damp, miserable and in the dark in the lower part of the city. Yet in much of the rest of Manhattan, life was almost normal, albeit without some of the usual urban comforts. Almost every street below...
  • Hurricane Sandy will keep financial markets closed today October 30, 2012

    New York: Stock trading will be closed in the US for a second day Tuesday as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the East Coast. Bond trading will also be closed. The last time the New York Stock Exchange was closed for weather was in 1985 because of Hurricane Gloria, and...
  • Hurricane Sandy closes NYSE trading floor on Monday October 29, 2012

    New York: The New York Stock Exchange will close its trading floor Monday as Hurricane Sandy barrels its way up the Northeast, but Big Board trading will continue electronically. NYSE Euronext said Sunday it is putting in place its contingency plans beginning Monday and will announce later when the trading...
  • Hacker threat to NYSE website comes to nothing: NYSE October 11, 2011

    New York: A reported threat from an activist hacker group to take protests against Wall Street to the Internet by crippling the New York Stock Exchange website appeared to come to nothing on Monday. A spokesperson for NYSE said there was no interruption to web traffic and no sign of...
  • Boeing CEO total 2010 compensation $ 19.7 mn March 19, 2011

    Chicago: Boeing Co Chief Executive James McNerney's compensation was valued at $19.7 million in 2010, up 1.5 per cent from the previous year, as Boeing saw a rebound in commercial airplane orders, Boeing said in its proxy filing on Friday. The figure includes McNerney's salary, bonuses, stock and options award and...
  • Dow falls below 7,000 after AIG's massive loss March 3, 2009

    New York: The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell below 7,000 points for the first time since 1997 in early trading on Wall Street Monday, following stock sell-offs across the globe after American International Group Inc (AIG) reported a $62-billion quarterly loss. The US' deepening recession and financial crisis mean the blue-chip...
  • Obama becomes Prez, US stocks crash on bank woes January 21, 2009

    New York: Global stocks plunged and bond prices fell on Tuesday as fears about a deep recession and a battered financial sector gave President Barack Obama a sobering welcome on his first day in office. The benchmark S&P 500 and Nasdaq market both fell more than five per cent as equity...
  • Satyam to remain listed as of now: NYSE January 13, 2009

    New York: The New York Stock Exchange on Monday said it will delist Satyam shares only if its average share price for 30 trading sessions goes below $1. With a plunge of over 90 per cent at the NYSE, Satyam on Monday slipped below $1 level in the early morning trade...
  • Dow Jones gains after Citigroup's rescue November 25, 2008

    New Delhi: Citigroup's rescue spurred a rally on Wall Street, capping the best two-day run since the aftermath of the 1987 stock market crash. The nearly 400-point rally on Monday sent the market upbeat across all major indicies. Washington, under pressure to rescue its own ailing motor industry, effectively guaranteed most...
  • US markets rally as government bails out Citigroup November 25, 2008

    Washington/London: The United States agreed to inject $20 billion of new capital to rescue one of the world's top banks and European leaders said on Monday they would stand by European industry, especially the automobile sector. Washington, also under pressure to rescue its own ailing motor industry, effectively guaranteed most...
  • US markets react positively to Obama's speech November 8, 2008

    New York: US president-elect Barrack Obama's first media interaction dwelled on the most important crisis that is being faced by the country - the economy. This due importance seems to have placated the US market as after a week of steady losses and the stocks finally looked up. The Dow Jones Industrial...
  • Numb: US markets see worst 2-day slump since 1987 November 7, 2008

    Stocks slumped for a second straight session on Thursday, bringing the Dow Jones' losses to more than 900 points since the US Election Day. Fears of a prolonged recession sent investors running for the exits. CNNs Stephanie Elam reviews the session at the New York Stock Exchange. ...
  • World markets fall | Indian markets sink | Markets close October 24, 2008

    Singapore: World stock markets tumbled on Friday on growing alarm that a global recession will ravage corporate profits. In Japan, shares of Sony sank more than 14 per cent after it slashed its earnings forecast for the fiscal year. In Germany, Daimler's stock dropped 11.4 per cent in morning trading after...
  • Wall St ends mixed; Dow lifts | Microsoft still strong October 24, 2008

    New Delhi:In the US markets, it was another roller coaster ride for the indices. Stocks rose on Thursday October 23, led by a bounce in energy and health-care stocks. Stocks swung in a seven per cent range and the day's final direction only became clear in the last minutes of...
  • Wall Street's two-week volatile run ends quietly October 18, 2008

    New York: Wall Street ended a tumultuous two-week run relatively quietly on Friday, finishing another back-and-forth session mixed as investors were cheered by signs of easing in the credit markets and managed to absorb lackluster economic news with equanimity. The expiration of options contracts helped tug the market in different directions...