The « CAC40 » (cotation assistée en continu) is the French stock market index. The market open at 9.00am till 17.35, following the pre-market hours from 7.15-9.00am. The CAC40 is undoubtedly and by a long chalk, the most followed up index of Paris Stock market. So, let’s analyze what’s behind all this financial boiling and giveContinue reading “An insight into the CAC40 – Index Expert”
While Europe is still at the center of the financial news as Grexit slowly becomes more probable, many strong positive signals are coming from the third biggest world economy, Japan. Following the great crisis, Japanese economy did face a period of deflation due to steady prices and shortage of investments. In order to improve theContinue reading “Is Japan economy really catching up? – APAC Overview”
In recent days, Europe has been a very dramatic battlefield. Talks between Greece and European officials are still going on, with Greek Ministers firmly stuck on their requests and European Officials unhappy and unsatisfied with Greece’s request. Tsipras does not want to change the pension system, contribution-based, still plenty of “baby retired”. Yesterday, Angela Merkel appeared asContinue reading “Europe: A Turbulent Snatch? – European Citizen”
The Annual General Meeting of Deutsche Bank AG, which took place on the 20th May 2015, shook up the top Management. Angry shareholders have appointed the CO-CEOs Anshu Jain and Jürgen Fitschen as the main responsible of the Bank’s underperformance. In the past years, the bank has suffered plunges in profitability largely due to the vastContinue reading “Earthquake in German Finance – Banking Insider”
On the 26th of May, news reported that Time Warner Cable will be bought by Charter Communications for $55bn or $195 a share. After the drop out of Comcast from the acquisition, Time Warner Cable have been approached by Charter Communications, which is the third largest cable television provider. The deal shows how consolidation isContinue reading “TMT Consolidation – M&A Specialist”
Today, Greece was supposed to pay back $335m to IMF. Unfortunately, due to apparent impasses in the discussions between Greece and creditors, the repayment had to be postponed to the end of the month. Only Zambia in the 80s postponed an IMF payment. Tsipras said that it will be attached to other three tranches, totalingContinue reading “On the verge of a collapse? – Weekly Market Update”
The ESCP Europe Finance Society is the largest and most active student association of the London Campus of the ESCP Europe Business School, it has been founded in 2012 and is composed by students interested in the Finance Industry. All the founders and the managing members have had internship experiences in the field.