PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--QuoteMedia, Inc. (OTCQB: QMCI) - Dave Shworan, CEO, QuoteMedia Ltd., and Ungad Chadda, Senior Vice President, Toronto Stock Exchange, will open trading today at 9:30 a.m. EDT on Toronto
London, United Kingdom—Europe’s main stock markets opened higher on Wednesday amid takeover activity in the brewing sector and a disappointing earnings update from Britain’s biggest retailer Tesco. London’s benchmark FTSE …
The end of the calendar year is fast approaching, the days are short, and it seems a natural time to look back – and forward. As a web worker, I try to take stock of how I’m doing at least once a year, and think about what I might want to …
The Australian stock market will open slightly lower on Monday, after US stocks only managed to eke out modest gains at the end of last week. The Australian stock market is expected to open slightly lower on Monday with the benchmark …
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The blizzard set to barrel into New York City Monday isn’t enough to halt trading on Wall Street — at least not yet. The New York Stock Exchange says it is currently planning to be open both Monday and Tuesday, even as forecasts …
SYDNEY (REUTERS) - The Australian Securities Exchange said it will open as normal on Tuesday (Sept 20) after a technical glitch in the previous session disrupted trading. A hardware failure in its main database on Monday meant …
THE Bond and Derivatives Exchange (BaDEX) Zambia, the second stock exchange in the country, is expected to be operational by June 2013. BaDEX is in the process of introducing a financial contract dubbed Kwacha-dollar currency …
LONDON, May 23 (Reuters) - European stock futures pointed to a sharply weaker start on Thursday after a poor factory activity survey from China and on concerns the U.S. Federal Reserve could decide to cut its bond purchases in the next …
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European stock markets slumped at the start of trading on Tuesday following sharp drops across Asia and on Wall Street, as oil prices tumbled once more. London's benchmark FTSE 100 index slid 1.4 percent compared with the close on …