[ECB Press Conference - Mario Draghi] Live streaming Today - 24 01 19
Press conference following the meeting of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank on 24 january 2019 at its premises in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, starting at 14:30 CET:
- Introductory statement by Mario Draghi, President of the ECB.
- Question and answer session. Registered journalists pose questions to Mario Draghi, President of the ECB, and to Luis de Guindos, Vice-President of the ECB.
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[Fed News] Beige Book - January 2019
This report was prepared at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago based on information collected on or before January 7, 2019. This document summarizes comments received from contacts outside the Federal Reserve System and is not a commentary on the views of Federal Reserve officials.
[MS Big Data à Paris - UTT] Expertise Big Data réclamée par les Entreprises
Cette formation a pour but de vous former au métier d’Analyste Big Data, par l’acquisition des compétences nécessaires à l’analyse des données et leur visualisation.
La Data Science (algorithme, machine et deep learning, Intelligence Artificielle), la Data Architecture (modélisation, hadoop, NoSQL) et la gouvernance des données (stratégie, sécurité) font aussi parties de ce programme qui vous permettra de devenir un expert Big Data réclamé par les entreprises.
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[NYTimes] Trump Loves the Stock Market. Sometimes It Loves Him Back.
[...] Investors did not know what to expect from a Trump presidency. Would they get a traditional pro-business Republican who promised tax cuts, or an unpredictable populist who would disrupt trade? So far, they’ve gotten both in President Trump, who sees the stock market as a barometer of his success. [...]
By Peter Eavis, Stephen Grocer, Keith Collins and Karl Russell
[Bruegel] Equity finance and capital market integration in Europe
[...] Facilitating the financing of European companies through external equity is a central ambition of European Union financial regulation, including in the European Commission’s capital markets union agenda. An emphasis on equity is justified because Europe’s companies remain vulnerable because they hold excess debt and reliance on bank finance will make capital expenditures highly cyclical. [...]
By Ines Goncalves Raposo and Alexander Lehman