Craig Gontkovic

Craig Gontkovic

NJ sues Credit Suisse over sale of $10B in troubled mortgage-backed securities | Star Tribune

Credit Suisse - Credit Suisse spokesman Drew Benson says the complaint is without merit and uses inaccurate and exaggerated figures...

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Mortgage and Real Estate News: Housing’s ‘Wealth Effect’ Isn't What It Used To Be - Developments - W...

Credit Suisse - Credit Suisse economists Neal Soss and Henry Mo found that wealth effects have shrunk since the 2007-08 financial crisis, and the housing wealth effect appears to be less potent right now than the stock market wealth effect. See inventory and listing prices in major markets. Why? Messrs. ...

Henry Mo

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Want to invest in gay rights? There's a fund for that | Money - WDSU Home

Credit Suisse - "We are very pleased to be launching an Index that tracks the economic impact of LGBT-supportive policies," Timothy O'Hara, Credit Suisse's global head of equities said in a statement. It's not your traditional portfolio, but socially responsible investing has been growing in popularity ...

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Cost of Hepatitis C drug spurs revolt - HT Health

Credit Suisse - Multiply that number by that price," said Ying Huang, a senior biotechnology analyst at Barclays, whose clients include Gilead. "All of a sudden, you get a big number. " Often transmitted through shared drug needles, the blood-borne illness can lurk undetected for decades and cause liver ...

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Commodity Market Increased in August Amid Improved Macroeconomic Environment and Increased Geopolit...

Credit Suisse - Nelson Louie, Global Head of Commodities in Credit Suisse's Asset Management business, said, "Chinese growth may have stabilized over the period. Commodities are likely to benefit from improving Chinese growth momentum, as it may be supportive of increased demand. At the same time, mixed ...

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Nelson Louie

Credit Suisse Is Making Dark Pools Even Darker - Businessweek

Credit Suisse - Matt Simon, a senior analyst at Tabb, says losing Crossfinder’s data pokes a big hole in Tabb’s measurement of dark pool activity. “Not having Crossfinder will hurt our ability to offer a clear picture of dark pools,” says Simon. “One of the things we don’t do is estimate ...

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IT may report muted Q4 numbers, count on newer tech in FY 15 - The Economic Times

Infosys' recent cautious stance and TCS' muted indications this and we do not anticipate any negative surprise," Credit Suisse analysts Anantha Narayan and Sagar Rastogi wrote in a note this month. While Infosys is expected to see a rise in profit margin due to its recent cost-cutting ...

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Sagar Rastogi

Facebook's Home for Android: What the analysts are saying - Apple 2.0 -Fortune Tech

Credit Suisse - " Credit Suisse's Stephen Ju: A New Skin for a Defensive and Offensive Bid to Boost Engagement. "Our initial impression is that this new product release serves two purposes. In the near/medium term, we believe Home can help Facebook to boost mobile engagement given the richer user ...

Stephen Ju

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Stephen Ju

Dollar Stores Face Higher Taxes on Their Customers, a Resurgent Wal-Mart - Consumer - NewsObserver.c...

Credit Suisse - “Weak disposable income growth, driven by the payroll tax increase, and a low savings rate should offset housing recovery benefits and result in disappointing sales,” Kimberly Greenberger, a Morgan Stanley analyst in New York, wrote in a note Monday. Three years ago, the dollar stores ...

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Dow Jones record may boost spending by wealthy; others still wary - Yahoo! News

Credit Suisse - Meanwhile, many people are still wary of trusting gains in the stock and housing markets after getting hammered in the financial crisis, suggesting the wealth effect produced by those sectors has been greatly diminished, said Henry Mo, a U.S. economist at Credit Suisse. In a study he ...

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