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  • Components of Ethical Investment

    The general perception that making money and ethical investment are mutually exclusive concepts has become outdated as many publicly traded companies take into account the expectations of ...

  • NASAA: Protecting Main Street Investors

    With its membership consisting of 67 administrators from United States territories, districts and states, as well as from the provinces of Canada and Mexico, the North American Securities ...

  • Third Quarter Earnings Season Starts

    JP Morgan Chase started the ball rolling in third quarter earnings for the banking sector, reporting $5.57 billion third quarter profit – results much different from the $380 million loss ...

  • Ethical Investing and Shareholder Activism

    A growing number of investors are building investment portfolios that include companies considered to be ethical – in their products, services, carbon footprint, social responsibility and ...

  • Fed Interest Rate Policy Boosts Markets

    Major indexes on Wall Street responded positively Wednesday to indications from the Federal Reserve that it intends to keep its near-zero short-term interest rate for a while still. The Dow ...

  • Ponzi Schemes Remain a Threat to Investors

    Hi-yield investment and Ponzi schemes remain among the top threats to investors and small business owners according to a list compiled by security regulators in the North American Securities ...

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  • Asia

    Osaka Securities Exchange

    The Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) is Japan's second biggest securities exchange when it comes to the handling of business. They are also known for introducing the world recognized Nikkei 225 Futures index in 1988. OSE leads when it comes to Derivatives Exchange, complementing its contemporary Tokyo Securities Exchange which deals with spot trading. Interestingly, during 1990 and 1991 Osaka ...

  • Africa

    Kenya

    The Nairobi Stock Exchange: A Stock Market Beacon in Africa The calm interiors of the Nairobi Stock Exchange hit you as a kind of stock market paradise amidst the commercial and industrial hustle-bustle of all Africa. Here is an organization which functions professionally, and goes the extra mile to attract international capital on advantageous terms. The Nairobi stock market arena ...

  • North America

    Nasdaq Exchange

    Based in New York City, the NASDAQ Stock Market, referred to simply as NASDAQ, is owned by the NASDAQ OMX Group. NASDAQ has more than 3,200 companies and corporations listed, of which 335 are non-U.S. companies, representing all industry sectors from 35 countries. Through the NASDAQ Global Platform Select Market, companies throughout the world have access to U.S. capital formation, thereby ...

  • Trade

    Asean

    ASEAN stands for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, a pan-regional association founded in 1967 with the aim of supporting economic, social and cultural development among its members and throughout the Southeast Asian region as a whole. The organization began with five founding members: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand but has grown over the past 40 years ...

  • Europe

    Cyprus Stock Exchange

    The Cyprus Stock Exchange, also known as CSE, was established for the development of trade and securities markets and started operating in March 1996. Operations of the exchange are subject to the Cyprus Securities and Stock Exchange Law established and passed by the House of Representatives of Cyprus in April 1993. For brokers or stockbroker representatives to be accepted and ...

  • Exchanges

    North America

    In many senses, North America enjoys one of the biggest and most developed stock markets in the world. Since the country is one of the few privileged enough to be at the top of the global food-chain, it enjoys the many benefits of a thriving economy and a developed infrastructure. One of the biggest of all North American stock exchanges is most likely the NYSE Amex Equities, although it ...