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https://plus.google.com/103272134547585908265 Fratani Marie-Noelle : La BCE recherche 3 stagiaires (Merci à Charlotte pour l'information ! ) To whom it may concern, The...
La BCE recherche 3 stagiaires
(Merci à Charlotte pour l'information ! )

To whom it may concern,
The European Central bank is currently looking for up to three trainees to support us in the Information Management Services Division of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the positions may be of interest to current or recent graduates of Information Management, Archives & Records Management or Library Studies degrees.
 
The job description for the positions (Position Reference: 2014-320-TRA EXT) is available at:
http://www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/jobs/html/vacancydetails.en.html?id=005056853E201EE497F14C3D01839D1C
 
Details on remuneration and how to apply for the position are available via our internet site:
http://www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/jobs/apply/html/index.en.html
 
 
The positions will be based in our offices in Frankfurt, Germany and we hope the successful candidate(s) will be able to start in early 2015.
Applicants must be nationals of a Member State of the European Union or of an acceding State.
The closing date for applications is the 20th of November 2014.
ECB: Job vacancy
New job opportunity at the ECB
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https://plus.google.com/101638915307811293695 Adeline PoleDocumentation : La BCE recherche 3 stagiaires (Merci à Charlotte pour l'information ! ) To whom it may concern, The...
La BCE recherche 3 stagiaires
(Merci à Charlotte pour l'information ! )

To whom it may concern,
The European Central bank is currently looking for up to three trainees to support us in the Information Management Services Division of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the positions may be of interest to current or recent graduates of Information Management, Archives & Records Management or Library Studies degrees.
 
The job description for the positions (Position Reference: 2014-320-TRA EXT) is available at:
http://www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/jobs/html/vacancydetails.en.html?id=005056853E201EE497F14C3D01839D1C
 
Details on remuneration and how to apply for the position are available via our internet site:
http://www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/jobs/apply/html/index.en.html
 
 
The positions will be based in our offices in Frankfurt, Germany and we hope the successful candidate(s) will be able to start in early 2015.
Applicants must be nationals of a Member State of the European Union or of an acceding State.
The closing date for applications is the 20th of November 2014.
ECB: Job vacancy
New job opportunity at the ECB
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https://plus.google.com/109290056116600893859 BowerPost : Source: 'Fed has noticed' Euro slide, ECB mustn't push too far http://ow.ly/2PYDbz
Source: 'Fed has noticed' Euro slide, ECB mustn't push too far http://ow.ly/2PYDbz
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https://plus.google.com/109290056116600893859 BowerPost : ECB sources see: ‘Existential questions’ for euro if reforms not tackled – MNI http://ow.ly/2PYDbA
ECB sources see: ‘Existential questions’ for euro if reforms not tackled – MNI http://ow.ly/2PYDbA
ECB sources see: ‘Existential questions’ for euro if reforms not tackled – MNI |
ECB sources see: 'Existential questions' for euro if reforms not tackled – MNI. Euro moving on ECB sources story from MNI •EMU reform delays creating monetary policy difficulties •Stability pact was designed for normal inflationary context •3 trillion euro balance sheet target 'not in the cards' ...
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https://plus.google.com/109234242610869045960 Derbyshire TV : NEWS | The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed that Mark Footitt will travel to South...
NEWS | The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed that Mark Footitt will travel to South Africa on November 21 for the England Performance Programme (EPP) Fast Bowler’s Camp.
England Performance Programme schedule confirmed
Derbyshire CCC - The Official Website of Derbyshire County Cricket Club
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https://plus.google.com/110401881527846845012 CN Futures Trading : Trade Date: 10/31/2014 Commentary (delayed until 10.20 AM ET) -------------------------------- ES R1...

Trade Date: 10/31/2014 Commentary (delayed until 10.20 AM ET)
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ES R1-R4: 2015-2017, 2020-2022, 2025-2027, -

ES S1-S4: 2005-2007, 2000-2002, 1995-1997, -

ES Comments: The BOJ’s new move on its QE program took equities to new contract highs OVN and the equity markets are pointed higher this AM. This is the EOM and there will be little incentive for money managers to sell today. The QE programs from the BOJ and the ECB are expected to pick up the mantle from the Fed and support the world’s equity markets through monthly injections of money. The next move will be from The ECB. The Fed has said the US’s QE3 program is over, but this can change, if needed down the road. The US and China’s economies are being counted on to pull the rest of the world through the current economic slowdown, especially in the EU. Time will tell. Today’s news: Personal Income is expected at +.3%, Personal Spending at +.1%, PCE +.1%, Employment Cost Index at +.5%, Chicago PMI at 60.5, Michigan Sentiment at 86.4. The focus will be Personal Spending, Chicago PMI and Michigan Sentiment. Think the market will close on its highs or make new highs today given the incentives for money managers. Want to buy into weakness and see if the market can make new highs. If not, can trade from the short side of the market. Best support is at 2000+/- and resistance is at 2017 +/-. Down to whether the market can make new contracts highs or not today. The first buy is 2005/07 followed by 2000/02. Plan on an exit at 2015 OB. OK to sell failure to take out and hold 2017 followed by 2019/21. Plan on a cover at 2007 OB.

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https://plus.google.com/106545532701473720691 Frederic Eger : Welcome to Index News of this Sunday, June 8 In this edition: in New York, the Dow ends up at +0.52%...
Welcome to Index News of this Sunday, June 8 In this edition: in New York, the Dow ends up at +0.52%; and In Paris, the CAC ends +0.71% this Friday.
We open with A New York where the Dow ends up with +0.52% at 16924.28 points supported by the employment rate, reflecting the recovery in the US economy. Nasdaq +0.59% at 4321.39. The S&Ps benchmark to the fund managers took +0.46% at 1949.44.
Meanwhile, the CBOE VIX volatility index, presented as the barometer of investors' concerns, has fell -8.13% the lowest level since February 2007. During the week, the Dow took +1.2%. The S&P +1.3% and the Nasdaq +1.9%.
The world's largest economy created 217 thousand jobs in May while the economists expected 218 thousand creations. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 6.3%: these figures are neither good nor bad, but in line with expectations.
On securities, the giant car rental company Hertz Global Holdings fell -9.05% after announcing it would fix its financial results for the last three years with accounting errors.
In Paris, the CAC finished up +0.71% to 4585 points. It took +1.35% over the week. The big event of the ECB with the markets has taken place: investors wanted the ECB to support Europe's economy, and that is what they obtained. But President Mario Draghi himself explained that the impact of the ECB measures will not be felt from 9 to 12 months and, that above that, governments must consolidate their budgets within a growth oriented policy: Sound.
It is estimated that the ECB has now injected 500 billion euros in the European financial system for the next four years with such measures.
European financial and bond markets were literally in a frenzy after the ECB announced measures with a record performance of the OAT at +1.66%.
European markets are raking in average +0.8% with Euro Stoxx 50 to 3295 dots, despite a modest increase in the DAX +0.4% largely offset to Milan with +1.55% and Madrid with +1.7%, with the IBEX index that passed the 11 thousand points.
In France, the French trade deficit narrowed in April while German surplus continued to grow. Industrial production in Germany has also increased by +0.2%.
HiMedia took off with +24%, following the sale of 88% share of the Interactive Odyssey to Webedia to which it is also becoming the preferred partner to market its digital advertising spaces in Europe.
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https://plus.google.com/111567752185411708432 Bill Alexandratos : an analysis on the Bank stress tets by the ECB

an analysis on the Bank stress tets by the ECB
Bank Stress Tests
The bank stress tests were completed and announced earlier this week by the European Central Bank (ECB), and organized by the European Banking Authority (EBA). Of all the European banks that were tested, 25 failed to pass, of...
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https://plus.google.com/112529166700759666277 Myinforms : Euro zone inflation edges up to dim chance of new ECB action: BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Inflation in the ...
Euro zone inflation edges up to dim chance of new ECB action: BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Inflation in the 18 countries sharing the euro edged up slightly in October, reinforcing the view that the European Central Bank will hold fire on any additional policy action at its meeting next week. …
Euro zone inflation edges up to dim chance of new ECB action. | Myinforms
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Inflation in the 18 countries sharing the euro edged up slightly in October, reinforcing the view that the European Central Bank will hold fire on any additional policy action at its meeting next week. …
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https://plus.google.com/100781751289512555800 Richard Dambrosi : worries remain, and there is growing speculation that the ECB may need to start buying sovereign bonds...
worries remain, and there is growing speculation that the ECB may need to start buying sovereign bonds—known as full-blown quantitative easing (QE)—to stump up the economy.
Euro zone inflation rises to 0.4% in October, meeting estimates - Binary Option Evolution
Euro zone inflation rises to 0.4% in October, meeting estimates
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https://plus.google.com/100976351986357470224 Nicolaides Viana Partnership | Architects Cyprus : German bank puts negative interest on deposits after ECB decision, other banks may follow
German bank puts negative interest on deposits after ECB decision, other banks may follow
The Wrath of Draghi: First German Bank Hits Savers with Negative Interest Rate | Zero Hedge
“Punishment Interest” it’s lovingly called in Germany, as the ECB intends to flog savers until their mood improves.
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https://plus.google.com/109234242610869045960 Derbyshire TV : NEWS | The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed that Mark Footitt will travel to South...
NEWS | The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed that Mark Footitt will travel to South Africa on November 21 for the England Performance Programme (EPP) Fast Bowler’s Camp.
England Performance Programme schedule confirmed
Derbyshire CCC - The Official Website of Derbyshire County Cricket Club
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https://plus.google.com/103702264682295724218 Alberto Adolfo : All 15 Spanish banks pass ECB stress tests MADRID -- With one minor exception, the Spanish banks passed...
All 15 Spanish banks pass ECB stress tests
MADRID -- With one minor exception, the Spanish banks passed the regular stress tests set by the European Central Bank, and they will not be needing an injection of capital. Good news for all, except for one of the smallest in the country, Liberbank, which ...
All 15 Spanish banks pass ECB stress tests
MADRID -- With one minor exception, the Spanish banks passed the regular stress tests set by the European Central Bank, and they will not be needing an injection of capital. Good news for all, except for one of the smallest i...
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https://plus.google.com/106801572747733939594 European Central Bank : ECB European Cultural Days - Bulgaria 2014 - preview This trailer was produced to announce the artists...
ECB European Cultural Days - Bulgaria 2014 - preview

This trailer was produced to announce the artists and events during the European Cultural Days 2014.
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This trailer was produced to announce the artists and events during the European Cultural Days 2014.
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https://plus.google.com/114991526974107426588 World First Foreign Exchange : Eurozone inflation set to show ECB has work to do Read the update in full on our blog: http://bit.ly...
Eurozone inflation set to show ECB has work to do

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https://plus.google.com/109290056116600893859 BowerPost : ECB’s Nowotny says "should never say never” to QE - but sees no perspective for it at this time; Being...
ECB’s Nowotny says "should never say never” to QE - but sees no perspective for it at this time; Being interviewed by CNBC, just cos I haven’t got enough to keep me busy right now! ECB should not be pushed by markets to produce a new programme at every meeting; EURUSD back up to 1.2575 from 1.2540 lows but …read more Source:: ForexFactory        http://ow.ly/2PXwjo
ECB’s Nowotny says “should never say never” to QE |
but sees no perspective for it at this time;. Being interviewed by CNBC, just cos I haven't got enough to keep me busy right now! ECB should not be pushed by markets to produce a new programme at every meeting;. EURUSD back up to 1.2575 from 1.2540 lows but …read more. Source:: ForexFactory ...
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https://plus.google.com/118212315953042752834 Beatrice Aram : #CredenceIndependentAdvisorsNews Global Equity Markets at Their Best in August, After Five Months ...
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Global Equity Markets at Their Best in August, After Five Months

The trading for the month of August ended on Friday the 29th, witnessing a rise in the global equity markets, reaching their peak in five months, since February. The rise was attributed to the strong U.S. data and German bond yields rising up from their record lows, amid expectations that the European Central Bank ( http://credenceadvisors-news.com/ ) (ECB) would ease monetary policy next week, fading away.

The S&P 500 index; which is the U.S. benchmark, ended on Friday above the 2,000 milestone for the third time, setting a new closing high. The rise in the S&P for August is the best since February.

The euro-zone inflation ( http://credence-wealth.com/ ) fell down to its five-year low, which initially caused European shares to decline. However, the improvement of the U.S. economy caused the European shares to bounce back again. According to analysts, the decline in the euro-zone inflation was unlikely to lead ECB in to taking any action any time soon.

The U.S consumer spending also rose to a seven-year high in August, after witnessing a decline in July for the first time in six months; suggesting that the decline was most likely temporary. There was also a rapid rise in the factory activity in the Midwest, emphasizing the U.S. economy’s relatively strong fundamentals.

According to Andre Bakhos, the managing director of Janlyn Capital LLC “Economic numbers have been positive for the most part, people are drawing comfort from these numbers, using them as a justification for optimism.”

Wall Street and European stocks closed higher, with .MIWD00000PUS (MSCI’s gauge of worldwide stock performance) rising 1.9 percent in August, its best monthly performance since February. However, Wall Street outperformed European stocks by closing higher in August. For instance, the Nasdaq Composite .IXIC rose by 4.8 percent, the S&P 500 .SPX gained 3.8 percent and the Dow Jones industrial average .DJI climbed 3.2 percent.

The index of top European shares; the FTSEurofirst 300 .FTEU3 index closed up 0.33 percent at 1,373.82 points. The Euro STOXX 50 .STOXX50E rose 1.8 percent in August, its biggest monthly gain since February.

The start of the week witnessed a sharp decline in the European bond yields across the euro zone after Mario Draghi (President of ECB) highlighted a significant drop in inflation expectations. His comments also raised expectations that the ECB would deploy quantitative easing (QE), which is large-scale purchase of assets. These expectations helped in boosting enthusiasm for stocks, both in the euro zone and the U.S. and also weakened the Euro.

However, according to Wouter Sturkenboom, investment strategist at Russell Investments “What people realize is that for the ECB to engage in public-sector QE … the ECB has to see the whites of the eyes of deflation.”

After the report on euro zone inflation, the Euro rose to $1.3195. However it later retreated and fell down to $1.3139.

The benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury notes US10YT=RR seesawed, falling 2/32 in price to push its yield up 2.3431 percent.

The benchmark for euro zone borrowing costs; the German 10-year Bund yields DE10YT=TWEB, rose half a basis point to 0.891 percent, having hit a record low of 0.86 percent on Thursday.

With the Midwest manufacturing data pointing to a stronger demand, the U.S. crude oil rose for a fourth straight day.
Global Equity Markets At Their Best In August, After Five Months – Credence Independent Advisors News
The trading for the month of August ended on Friday the 29th, witnessing a rise in the global equity markets, reaching their peak in five months, since February. The rise was attributed to the strong U.S. data and German bond yields rising up from their record lows, amid expectations that the ...
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