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leading composer at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research at Plymouth University , and Dr Greg B Davies, Head of Behavioural and Quantitative Finance at Barclays, have taken reality performances to another level by partnering with Barclays to produce a reality opera. The performance, which was held on the 15th November 2012 at Egyptian Hall, Mansion House, focused on the drama unfolding on an “open outcry” stock trading floor, the type of trading floor on which traditionally traders shout and use hand-signals.
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Charles-Henri Sabet, the founder of Synthesis Bank Geneva, at the time the leading Swiss online bank and the Rowland Family, British owners of Banque Havilland in Luxembourg and Monaco, have increased the capital of Jiffix Markets Ltd, making the company one of the strongest capitalized online forex companies in Cyprus.
The Board of Jiffix Markets Ltd will benefit from the arrival of Charles–Henri Sabet as Chairman of the Board, who built his reputation in online banking and from Jean-François Willems, CEO of Bank Havilland, one of the most successful private banks in Luxembourg. Their combined experience in key banking sectors will propel JFX.com to the highest level in the industry.
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Increasing numbers of investors are turning to VIX® volatility index options and futures to manage risk and capitalize on market volatility. VIX® options and futures are traded exclusively on the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE).
Since its creation in 1993, the CBOE Volatility Index® (the VIX® index) has been the most widely-followed barometer of market volatility. By using real-time options prices on the S&P 500® Index to get a true snapshot into how the marketplace views expected volatility, the VIX® index is an incredibly valuable tool for traders.
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Saxo Bank’s operating income increased 6% in 2011 to reach DKK 3.53 billion, compared to DKK 3.34 billion in 2010. The Bank continued to invest in developing the business which meant that staff costs and administrative expenses increased 12%. Thus, net profit was DKK 618 million, down 4% from the previous record year. EBITDA of DKK 1.16 billion increased 4% compared to 2010.
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Over the past six months UK small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have grown on average by six per cent despite the broader UK economy struggling, according to the latest SMB Index from HP.
HP’s survey of 1,000 SMBs, with between 1 and 50 employees shows that, compared to that of the previous six months, growth for UK SMBs has slowed slightly but optimism is still strong, with SMBs expecting to grow by up to 13 per cent over the next year. Optimism in the economy is also strong, with 66 per cent of SMBs optimistic about the year ahead. SMBs in Financial Services have grown the most (13 per cent), followed by Manufacturing (10 per cent). SMBs in Retail (4 per cent) and Professional Services (1 per cent) have seen the least growth. Nearly half of UK SMBs (48 per cent) are turning to social media to help grow their business and reach new audiences, with 56 per cent of sole traders recognising its value the most. However, although SMBs are finding social media beneficial for networking purposes (83 per cent), and as a mechanism for advertising (57 per cent), many SMBs are underestimating its true potential for business growth and lead generation.
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