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In N.H., Kasich embraces pragmatism, and his deep roots in government

That idea had defined or immolated other campaigns; Kasich, who worked for Lehman Brothers after his stint in the House of Representatives, might be especially vulnerable to attack. But he was saying it anyway. Kasich understood why voters mistrusted Wall ...

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September 4, 2015
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Deutsche Bank doubles down on bond trading in the US with big hire

Deutsche Bank is doubling down on bond trading in the US, hiring a former senior Lehman Brothers and Citigroup executive to a top sales post. The German bank has hired John Gallo to be head of its institutional client group for debt in North America ...

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September 4, 2015
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Emerging market stock rout continues, but may be time to buy: BAML

The $29.5 billion outflow from global equities the previous week, for example, was the largest since 2002, surpassing any weekly outflow engendered by the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008. Last week though, investors dipped their toes back into stock ...

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September 4, 2015
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If the market crashes, these investors will burn

Banks in Iceland, Germany and elsewhere — not to mention U.S. institutions such as Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers — suddenly faced default as a result of their investments in U.S. mortgage-backed securities. Many of the individual depositors who got ...

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The Real Deal
September 1, 2015
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Will Uncle Sam Confiscate Gold Again?

There are growing concerns internationally that in the event of another Wall Street or global stock market crash and a new systemic crisis – a Eurozone debt crisis or another Lehman Brothers collapse – there could be enforced bank closures or extended ...

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September 4, 2015
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Stocks End Mixed as Europe’s Doves Only Fly So Far

These occurred in 2007 following the near-collapse of two Bear Stearns hedge funds, in 2008 following the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers, in 2010 during the flash crash, in 2011 when the U.S. flirted with a technical default, and twice in the fourth quarter ...

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September 3, 2015
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2 Lessons Investors Can Learn From the Stock Market Plunge

Bank of America takes over Merrill Lynch. Lehman Brothers is bankrupt. AIG is taken over and bailed out. Washington Mutual is closed by regulators. And on and on. Our morning routine during those troublesome times included three steps: Get out of bed.

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September 3, 2015
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How Shemitah & various cycles influence the markets

The 9/11 terror attack happened a day after Shemitah in 2001 and Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy and the subsequent 777-point fall in Dow Jones in 2008 also happed around Shemitah. What has caught the market attention is the fact that Shemitah talks ...

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September 3, 2015
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The Fear & Greed Index is Low, Which Means Stocks are Set to Surge

That was one of the most-volatile months during the credit crisis. Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy and the Treasury Department placed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into conservatorship. I can see why investors are comparing today’s market to 2008-’09 ...

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September 3, 2015
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The Eternal Player, Bernie Ecclestone Races On

(CVC Capital owns 35 percent of the series, while the rest belongs to Waddell & Reed, a Kansas-based asset management firm, and the estate of the bankrupt investment bank Lehman Brothers.) “I don’t want to walk away from something that I have been ...

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September 3, 2015
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How China's efforts to restructure its economy are causing global panic

The problem is that the G20 members are likely to pull in different directions. On September 15, we will mark the seventh anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers, a landmark event that triggered efforts to prevent a global collapse, which ...

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September 4, 2015
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China crash: This is China’s Lehman Brothers moment and global liquidity is to blame

August is the cruellest investment month, once more, and disappearing money flows are again the culprit behind crashing stock markets. The gyrations in global liquidity explain market movements around six-12 months ahead and predict economies over the ...

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CITY A.M.
August 25, 2015
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Sensex, Nifty drop more than 2% ahead of US payrolls data

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index headed for its worst stretch since the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in 2008. 2:05pm: The rupee is trading at 66.45 per US dollar, down 0.31% from its previous close of 66.24. The local unit opened at 66.17 per US ...

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September 4, 2015
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ECB press conference: Markets jump as Draghi hints at more QE - as it happened

3) The markets smell more cheap money. Nearly seven years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the financial world is still driven by central banks. Europe’s stock markets are romping ahead, led by Germany’s DAX: European stock markets, after the ECB ...

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September 3, 2015
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Quovo rakes in $4.75 million from VC backers and a triumvirate of angel RIAs: Carson, Bicknell and Lockshin

Quovo Inc., founded in 2013 by Lowell Putnam with a $1.5-million seed-funding round, represents the other side of the robo-advisory coin. As automated investing threatens to hyper-commoditize investment management, human advisors are looking longingly to ...

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August 31, 2015
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IOC seeks to control damage from sports scandals with higher standards

Another example was disclosed when Deloitte and Touche was fined US$ 2 million in 2013 by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board for accounting rule violations. So recruiting and appointing non-profit board members with the expertise to read ...

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December 10, 2015
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Bond Guru Says if the Fed Met Today, It Wouldn’t Raise Rates

The fund had a number of losing position in junk bonds. Gundlach said that junk bond prices are as low as they were back in 2008 just a month after Lehman Brothers failed. He also said commodities prices on average were half what they were in October 2012 ...

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December 11, 2015
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Lawyer Who Represented Lehman Brothers During Bankruptcy Proceedings Hosting Fundraiser for Feingold

A lawyer who represented Lehman Brothers in subpoena matters regarding the collapsed firm’s bankruptcy proceedings is hosting a fundraiser for Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold on Friday. Feingold, the former anti-Wall Street senator ...

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December 11, 2015
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A Junk Bond Fund Freezes Out Investors, and the Chills Spread

was trading lower today than it did right after the Lehman Brothers crisis in 2008. “When the market is pricing assets that low, you should worry,” he said. Mutual fund analysts say that the Third Avenue fund is perhaps the riskiest of the many high ...

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December 12, 2015
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Lehman Brothers may be dead, but claim for $83M bonus lives on

Bond trader Jonathan Hoffman generated more than $700 million in profits for Lehman Brothers in the two years before the financial giant failed, and that would have meant an $83 million bonus, The Washington Post reports. Despite Lehman’s bankruptcy ...

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December 11, 2015
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7 years after Lehman failed, this trader still wants his $83 million bonus

You’ll receive free e-mail news updates each time a new story is published. NEW YORK — Before Lehman Brothers collapsed, pulling the trigger on the global financial crisis, a little-known bond trader was on a hot streak. Over two years, Jonathan ...

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December 11, 2015
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A star Wall Street dealmaker has made a killing on the $130 billion Dow-DuPont deal

He has since taken a number of roles advising on deals on his own. He advised Barclays on the acquisition of Lehman Brothers' assets, and later helped Dubai work through debt issues on the Dubai World project. In 2012, Klein secured a role on the $41 ...

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December 11, 2015
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'Courage to Act' Prevented Global Financial Depression

When the unexpected bankruptcy of the huge Lehman Brothers' brokerage/investment firm on September 15, 2008 threatened a worldwide financial collapse, President George W. Bush, perplexed by the suddenness of events, wisely turned to his Treasury Secretary ...

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December 11, 2015
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Puerto Rico -- Too Big to Fail?

General Motors and Chrysler both filed for bankruptcy, as did Lehman Brothers and Washington Mutual, and energy giants Texaco and Enron. They weren't too big to fail. But what happens when a city or state finds its finances in dire straits? Several cities ...

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December 11, 2015
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Pushing the limits

AMERICA is in the midst of one of the biggest dealmaking booms in its history. Since Lehman Brothers failed in September 2008, $11 trillion of mergers and acquisitions have been done or await completion. Activity this year has been at a record high.

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December 11, 2015
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UPDATE 1-Bank of England gives banks until 2020 to build crisis funds

The bonds would be written down to top up depleted core capital buffers in the event of a failure, thereby giving regulators time to close or restructure the bank in an orderly way and avoid the market mayhem of Lehman Brothers' 2008 crash. The rules ...

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December 11, 2015
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Major Hollywood Star Just Revealed The 1 Thing That Should ‘Immediately’ Disqualify Jeb Bush

Bale told Jen Yamato of The Daily Beast. Yamato stated that Jeb Bush and John Kasich had direct ties to Lehman Brothers, to which Bale responded, “It’s nuts, isn’t it? Immediately you should not be allowed to run for president.” He added ...

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WesternJournalism
December 11, 2015
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'The Big Short' tries to make 2008 financial crisis fun to watch

Nearly a decade after the bursting housing bubble led to the collapse of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, there have been a few attempts to bring the crisis to the big screen. "The Big Short" uses comedy to explain financial-market events that cost ...

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December 12, 2015
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Third Avenue Stumbles on Distress Investing Whitman Pioneered

A graduate of Syracuse University, Whitman earned a master’s degree in economics from the New School for Social research in 1956 after working as an analyst at what later became Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. The New York native became a bankruptcy ...

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December 12, 2015
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Bank of America's new capital plan gets approval from Fed

The Fed's annual evaluations, known as stress tests, started in 2009 when many of the largest U.S. banks were struggling to repay taxpayer bailout funds they took after the collapse of Lehman Brothers a year earlier. The tests give regulators a sense of ...

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December 10, 2015
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This industry has the hardest time finding workers

Nearly seven years after the crash of Lehman Brothers, the banking and finance industry has not only recovered a significant portion of those lost jobs, it now boasts the lowest unemployment rate — 2.5% — of any industry tracked by the Bureau of Labor ...

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Market Watch
July 2, 2015
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Jeb Bush’s Big Lehman Brothers Problem

A couple of years ago, he met with executives from the Minneapolis-based hedge fund Whitebox Advisors, a major Barclays client. Bush was supposed to be providing high-level insight into economic issues for the big hedge fund, which was one of a handful ...

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Daily Beast
July 2, 2015
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The Root of Our Problems

Just to name a few. I'd add a couple to the list relevant to investors. No room for error In 2008 a money market fund called Reserve Primary owned some Lehman Brothers bonds. Then Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, causing the per-share price of the Reserve ...

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The Motley Fool
July 2, 2015
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The biggest questions about Jeb Bush's tax returns

He averaged about $1.3 million each of the two years he advised the now the now-defunct investment bank Lehman Brothers, aides said. What'd he do to earn all that Wall Street cash? Bush traveled the country and abroad, primarily in Europe and Asia ...

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July 2, 2015
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Crash Alert: International Reserves Fall First Time Since Lehman Brothers

Dario Perkins at Lombard Street Research makes the interesting observation: “Grexit isn’t an example of risk, it’s an example of uncertainty.” Responding to “risk” involves calculating the probability of success for different options ...

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July 2, 2015
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Jeb’s South Korean sugar daddy

Democrats highlighted affiliations Bush’s allies would rather avoid — such as his work as an adviser for the investment bank Lehman Brothers, which paid him $1.3 million a year before it went bankrupt and helped spur the financial crisis. And ...

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Politico
June 30, 2015
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This party-boy investor throws the grossest ragers in the Hamptons

Raised in Great Neck, LI, he graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1983 with a major in economics, working his way up from an analyst to a senior vice president at Lehman Brothers before co-founding Sun Capital Partners Inc ...

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July 2, 2015
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This 5,000-year trend in interest rates shows why Greece, China, and Puerto Rico won't cause a global recession

The seemingly never-ending saga in Greece, the slowdown in China, and Puerto Rico being on the edge of a default will not cause a global recession, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch. That's because global interest rates are at their lowest levels in 5000 ...

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July 2, 2015
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Jeb's Big Lehman Brothers Problem

Jeb Bush says he released 33 years of tax returns this week because he wants to be the most transparent candidate to run for president in 2016. But if that’s really the case, why is he continuing to obfuscate some of his most lucrative and potentially ...

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July 2, 2015
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How Greece could go down like Lehman Brothers

After bailout talks broke down with Greece’s creditors over the weekend, the government on Monday closed all banks, the stock market and put restrictions on cash withdrawals as the Mediterranean nation teeters on the verge of a financial meltdown.

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June 29, 2015
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What America Owes Blacks

Lehman Brothers, Aetna, JP Morgan Chase and Brooks Brothers are just a few major corporations that benefited from slavery. From using slaves as collateral for loans, to creating clothing for slaves, these companies should, in partnership with a special ...

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July 2, 2015
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Lehman Brothers, Barclays Settlement Approved by Bankruptcy Judge

NEW YORK—A judge on Monday approved a settlement in the long-running legal fight between Lehman Brothers Inc. and Barclays BCS-3.33 % PLC, punctuating one of the more intriguing sagas of Lehman’s collapse and its aftermath. Judge Shelley C. Chapman of ...

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Wall Street Journal
June 29, 2015
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Is Greece Lehman Brothers, or Is It RadioShack?

There is one big question that hangs over the last-ditch negotiations this week between the Greek government and its lenders, even if no one involved would frame it quite this way: Is Greece more like RadioShack, or more like Lehman Brothers? Whenever a ...

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June 24, 2015
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Markets Left to Wait for Greek Referendum — Recap

Simon Nixon (@Simon_Nixon) July 1, 2015 8:17 am Crispin Odey lashes out at Greece by Giles Turner Edit Add a Comment Hedge fund Odey Asset Management lashes out at Athens. “What a mess,” said hedge fund manager Crispin Odey in his latest letter to ...

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The Wall Street Journal
July 1, 2015
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Nomura names Walter Heindl country head for Germany, Austria

Heindl has been at Nomura since 2008, overseeing global strategy for the bank's wholesale activities. Before that, he served at Lehman Brothers as chief administrative officer, Asia excluding Japan.

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July 2, 2015
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