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The old stock exchange saying “Sell in May and go away” came about in the golden days of the stock market in London, where the phrase originally used to be: "Sell in May and go away, and come on back on St. Leger's Day (a famous horse race held annually in September)".
Domestic and cross-border Initial Public Offering (IPO) capital raising by African issuers in the first half of 2018 (H1) increased by 33% year-on-year to USD 396 million, while volume grew by 25% to 5 IPOs. This is according to Baker McKenzie’s Cross-Border Index for H1.
The World Federation of Exchanges ("WFE"), the global industry group for exchanges and CCPs, is today co-hosting a symposium with the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) on the future of global capital markets.
The World Federation of Exchanges (“The WFE”), the global industry group for exchanges and CCPs, has welcomed the UK Financial Conduct Authority’s initiative to consult the market on broadening the reach of its existing regulatory sandbox, and reiterated its support for a globally coherent approach to FinTech.
The World Federation of Exchanges (“The WFE”), the global industry group for exchanges and CCPs, today published a report into family businesses, investigating the opportunities and challenges for family firms when considering public equity as a source of funding.
Numerous demands on your time and pockets mean that as a woman it’s easy to stray from the path to achieving your financial goals.
With the market cap of cryptocurrencies growing from around USD 15 billion in December 2016 to a staggering USD 815 billion in December 2017, it is not surprising that the subject found its way to many dinner table discussions during the 2017 festive season.
The World Federation of Exchanges (“The WFE”), the global industry group for exchanges and CCPs, on Thursday 15 February 2018 published its 2017 Full Year Market Highlights report.
Multinationals are facing a new era of globalisation, characterised by the polarised forces of cooperation and competition. This era is one of fragmented, multi-speed globalisation.
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