Panel_29|11|13 US This week has been really quiet for the US. Two main issues arise: the initial jobless claims surprise on the downside (actual 316K vs expected 330K), and the decline in the durable goods orders. (-2%) in October. With regard to the first data, although it is clearly good for the economy, it is
Panel 22|11|2013 US This week Bernanke surprised the markets outlining the chance of early tapering of QE (December meeting). For us this is quite surprising, as we still believe the US economy is not performing as well as it was believed this spring. Three main reasons have worsened our outlook on the US economy. 1)
We would like to thank everyone who took part in the Bocconi Students Investment Club first “Market Making Trading Competition” held yesterday. We apologize for not being able to honour the winning team live but, as you know, we had to leave the room for a class at 6pm sharp. We hope you enjoyed the
Have you always considered yourself a young version of Gordon Gekko? Have you always thought you could make billions if you were given the chance to trade securities? It’s time you prove it! Find all the relevant details on trading competition page.
Next Wednesday don’t miss a special presentation prepared by our senior members on “How to turn your internship into a full-time job offer”! Venue details below and in the attached: Date: Wednesday 8 May Time: 4:15pm Venue: Aula 4, Sarfatti