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    The Management Board of Deutsche Börse AG has noted that Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. has today released a statement of intention not to make an offer for London Stock Exchange Group plc.

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    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today corrective updates to two versions of its XBRL taxonomies for supervisory reporting, correcting technical errors in the implementation of some validation rules.    Following the publication by the European Commission of the relevant amendments to the Implementation Technical Standards on supervisory reporting, the EBA also confirms the first applicable reference date for the 2.4 version of the taxonomy as 30 September 2016. read more...

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    BISX is pleased to announce its BISX All-Share Index and trading statistics for the three-month period ending March 31, 2016 with comparison to the same period of 2015.read more...

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    The Board of LSEG notes the announcement made by ICE that, in accordance with the requirements of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers (the "UK Takeover Code"), ICE does not intend to make an offer for LSEG.read more...

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    Related documents:read more...

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    Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and TSX Venture Exchange continue this year's TSX Ignite live event series in Halifax on Tuesday, May 10. On Monday, May 9, the Exchanges along with representatives from Clearwater Seafoods will close the market from Bedford.read more...

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    ESMA's office is closed for public holidays on Thursday 5, Friday 6 and Monday 9 May 2016.read more...

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    The Risk Management Association (RMA) and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) have announced that each recommends the use of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's new Overnight Bank Funding Rate (OBFR) as a benchmark for pricing and performance reporting purposes to replace the Fed Funds Open (FFO) rate.read more...

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  • 05/04/16--13:00: CFTC Swaps Report Update
  • CFTC's Weekly Swaps Report has been updated, and is now available.read more...

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    David Craig, president of the Financial & Risk business of Thomson Reuters (TSX/NYSE: TRI), the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, will present at the Barclays Americas Select Franchise Conference on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 9:50 a.m. BST (4:50 a.m. EDT). The presentation may include forward looking information.read more...

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      The current economic climate renders traditional “buy and sleep investing” – where you sock away your 401K and don’t touch it again until retirement – completely ineffective. Today, the bottom line is that everybody needs the ability to make smart investing decisions on their own.  However, cutting through the constant clutter, “expert” opinions and fancy models makes learning how, where and why to invest next to impossible for the average investor Read More...

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      In a modern world filled with anxiety, pressure, and competition, people are spending more time and money than ever before to soothe their minds and tone their bodies, sometimes pushing themselves to the most extreme limits. Even as obesity rates hit an all-time high, the most financially successful among us are collectively spending billions each year on apparel, gear, and entry fees. Read More...

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    Please find attached shareholder metrics for April 2016.read more...

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    In January 3, 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto gave rise to the "Bitcoin Block Chain" creating the first block of the chain hashing on his computers central processing unit (CPU). Since then, the hash calculations to mine Bitcoin have been getting more and more complex, and consequently the mining hardware evolved to adapt to this increasing difficulty. Three generations of mining hardware have followed the CPU's generation. They are GPU's, FPGA's and ASIC's generations. This work presents an agent based artificial market model of the Bitcoin mining process and of the Bitcoin transactions. The goal of this work is to model the economy of the mining process, starting from GPU's generation, the first with economic significance. The model reproduces some "stylized facts" found in real time price series and some core aspects of the mining business. In particular, the computational experiments performed are able to reproduce the unit root property, the fat tail phenomenon and the volatility clustering of Bitcoin price series. In addition, under proper assumptions, they are able to reproduce the price peak at the end of November 2013, its next fall in April 2014, the generation of Bitcoins, the hashing capability, the power consumption, and the mining hardware and electrical energy expenses of the Bitcoin network.

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    We give an overview of the diverse electoral systems used in local, national, or super-national elections around the world. We discuss existing methods for selecting single and multiple winners and give real-world examples for some more elaborate systems. Eventually, we elaborate on some of the better known strengths and weaknesses of various methods from both the theoretical and practical points of view.

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    We generalize the fundamental theorem of asset pricing (FTAP) and hedging dualities in \cite{ZZ8} to the case where the investor can short American options. Following arXiv:1502.06681, we assume that the longed American options are divisible. As for the shorted American options, we show that the divisibility plays no role regarding arbitrage property and hedging prices. Then using the method of enlarging probability spaces proposed in arXiv:1604.05517, we convert the shorted American options to European options, and establish the FTAP and sub- and super-hedging dualities in the enlarged space both with and without model uncertainty.

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    We analyse two classes of $(1+2)$ evolution equations which are of special interest in Financial Mathematics, namely the Two-dimensional Black-Scholes Equation and the equation for the Two-factor Commodities Problem. Our approach is that of Lie Symmetry Analysis. We study these equations for the case in which they are autonomous and for the case in which the parameters of the equations are unspecified functions of time. For the autonomous Black-Scholes Equation we find that the symmetry is maximal and so the equation is reducible to the $(1+2)$ Classical Heat Equation. This is not the case for the nonautonomous equation for which the number of symmetries is submaximal. In the case of the two-factor equation the number of symmetries is submaximal in both autonomous and nonautonomous cases. When the solution symmetries are used to reduce each equation to a $(1+1)$ equation, the resulting equation is of maximal symmetry and so equivalent to the $(1+1)$ Classical Heat Equation.

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    This contribution discusses in what respect Econophysics may be able to contribute to the rebuilding of economics theory. It focuses on aggregation, individual vs collective learning and functional wisdom of the crowds.

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    In The Accidental Entrepreneur, author Janine Allis shares the secrets and skills that took her from housewife to entrepreneur to head of a multi-national corporation. As the founder of Boost Juice, Janine has journeyed from zero formal business training to leading a company with over 400 stores in 12 countries. This book takes you down the long road that she travelled, including someread more...

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