202 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast July 15th, 2023
LME Make A Chairman Surprise,
DB1 SimCorp Delayed,
There's a New B3 NASDAQ Deal,
And the UK Extends Short Selling
Candlestick Charts: An introduction to using candlestick charts by Clive Lambert
“Candlestick Charts: An Introduction To Using Candlestick” aims to enable the simple viewing of a candlestick chart to answer the perennial question: "Who's controlling the market; the Bulls or the Bears?"
Towards A Digital Market Profile with Clive Lambert
The author of “Candlestick Charts” (Harriman House 2009), Clive Lambert has over 30 years of market experience including a decade on the LIFFE Floor.
Exchange Invest 2058: Aguzin Starts At HKEX
Nicolas Aguzin has started work at HKEX, replacing Charles Li after an epic decade for the Hong Kong Exchange - ‘may you live in interesting times’ and all that is clearly the challenge ahead for the new CEO at the top of the pyramid who arrives with much banking but little exchange...
Exchange Invest 2057: Weekend Edition W/ Podcast
A load of hot air? Emissions of value again in London as Coinbase’s results cannot stifle an accelerating stock slide.
Exchange Invest 2056: Massive HKEX Listings Shake Up
PLY: I would hasten to add BTW that anyway in their inestimable idiocy, I mean Bloomberg keep some stuff for terminal only and they don't quite seem to licence every story to their feeds (but Yahoo Finance has most of it) while for Reuters every story is on either Yahoo Finance, KFGO, or Nasdaq...)
Exchange Invest 2054: ICE Invests In BondLink
ICE have invested in Bondlink’s series B presaging a Muni shake up, while Britain - poised on an Australian trade deal breakthrough - sees its Brexit negotiation supremo politely ask the City of London to adjust to the new global reality.
Exchange Invest 2051: Weekend Edition W/ Podcast
Sarcasm has been a major hurdle to increasing the accuracy of sentiment analysis, especially on social media, since sarcasm relies heavily on vocal tones, facial expressions and gestures that cannot be represented in text.
Exchange Invest 2048: OZ Threatens Chess Nationalisation
A remarkable footnote in the Australian budget pushes for the enforced nationalisation of Australian market infrastructure if the operators fail - cue an argument over which smoothed average of failure is preferred I suppose.