Foreign Traders Invade Grain Giants' N. American Turf
For decades, the world's leading grain traders like Cargill and Bunge enjoyed an unparalleled advantage: their smaller North American
competitors lacked the flexibility and diversity of a global
operation, and their foreign rivals lacked access to the biggest
and most stable exporters in the world.
Using Twitter To Predict Financial Markets
Past research has looked at the sentiment on Twitter to predict stock price, but until now little research has focused on the volume of tweets and the way tweets are linked.
The Attraction of OTC Clearing
Despite all the noise and hoopla, market participants seem to be huddled together at the top of the diving board waiting for someone else to take the plunge first.
Bloomberg Visits Tarnished Goldman Sachs
You know it's been a bad week when the mayor of New York City and the man whose name appears on their market data terminals has to stop by the office to cheer everyone up.