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The Revival of Wall Street

97% of the people who quit too soon are employed by the 3% who never gave up. Wall Street is considered one of the most iconic financial places on earth, where all dreams come true. It is the only place that people ride to in a Ferrari to get an advice from those who take a Subway.

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Investors Clamour More Scrutiny to Tackle Excessive Corporate Pay

Large investors, including Fidelity International, Aberdeen Asset Management, Calpers, Standard Life and Henderson Global Investors are expected to crank up pressure on boards to reduce excessive pay and introduce greater transparency in 2017. 

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Demonetisation is Holding Back India

A moment of patience in a moment of anger saves a thousand moments of regret. The same night that Donald Trump stunned pundits and became America’s President-elect, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi dropped a bomb of his own when he announced that his country’s 500 and 1,000 rupee notes would become worthless little slips of paper.

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Snap Inc: The Next Big Technology IPO in 2017

Snap Inc. aims to reach the next upper echelon by evolving from a messaging platform into a content and media powerhouse that could one day eclipse its $25 billion initial public offering valuation in 2017. Evan Spiegel, the company’s 26-year-old founder, is expected to figure prominently in conversations with investors during the marketing process, known as a roadshow, claiming that they are the next Facebook, not the next Twitter.

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The High-Frequency Trading Conundrum

Over the past decade, technological progress in trading systems has changed the trading landscape forever. The significant growth of algorithmic trading and the introduction of new high-speed trading platforms are challenging more market operators including investors and regulators. 

2 years

Fierce Competition for Aramco's IPO

Aramco is expected to double Alibaba’s IPO by offering 5% of the company to institutional investors, initially in Riyadh and possibly raise a record $100 billion. In the past few months, Saudi Arabia set the investment world on fire over the possible sale of shares in the world’s largest oil company, Aramco. 

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The European Union in Late Modernity

The European Monetary Union (EMU) is the largest and most ambitious monetary union attempted so far. It is a continuous process, whose value derives from the ever-changing, dynamic and often polarising relationships between member states that sustain the circulation of the euro.