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Playboy print edition could stop soon

The death of Hugh Hefner might also bring the death of Playboy’s print magazine, according to Playboy Enterprises interim CEO Ben Kohn. Instead, the magazine’s parent company might shift its focus on brand partnerships and licensing deals –think that famous bunny logo– and forgo its editorial branch, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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Putting Prof Thaler’s views into practice

On October 9th, Richard H. Thaler, one of the founders of behavioral economics and behavioral finance, was awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics for shedding light on how irrational decision making affects the economy and financial markets.

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Black Monday, thirty years on

If global stock markets crash, does recession inevitably follow? No, is the short answer...

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Technology meets Finance. Introducing the new OpenFunds App

OpenFunds launches its new App in the Apple and Google stores. The OpenFunds App is a very user-friendly tool, on mobile access. You can find all the information regarding the funds such as legal documents, monthly factsheets with performance updates, publications, newsletters, events, live surveys and an overview of the fund managers’ meetings. All this ready to be downloaded, printed or shared directly with your mobile device.

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Israel, Switzerland signed agreement for larger cooperation in Fintech

On Monday, Israel and Switzerland signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at increasing their relations in the financial services sector. The document was signed in Tel Aviv by Israeli Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and Ueli Maurer, the head of Swiss Confederation Federal Department of Finance.    The Ministry of Finance stated, "Israel and Switzerland have signed a letter of understanding for extensive cooperation in the financial services sector." At the same time, sources said that the Israel Securities Authority was promoting an extension of the dual listing arrangement for Israeli companies to Hong Kong and Singapore.

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Remain invested, favor Eurozone - First part

Trumponomics: what has been done? Not much… so what?

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Monaco Growth Forums and FinLantern: a winning team

FinLantern and MGF have announced a strategic partnership in the organization of events in Europe for selected investors and asset managers

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Nobel Prize Shiller warning: stocks are too high

Nobel Prize winning-economist Robert Shiller says the U.S. equities markets are "quite high" currently but may go even higher in coming months, and that's why he's not exiting the market completely.  He was reffering to the valuations measured by the cyclically adjusted price-earnings (or CAPE) ratio he developed with John Campbell. In fact, the only times they have been higher were in 1929 and 2000, the Yale professor said. Both years saw historic market crashes. The metric compares current prices to average earnings over the past 10 years adjusted for inflation.

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Swiss online pharmacy Zur Rose ready for IPO

Online pharmacy Zur Rose Group plans to raise up to around 230 million Swiss francs ($236.6 million) in an initial share sale, the Swiss company said on Thursday, with the cash to help grow operations including its DocMorris unit in Germany. The IPO, with a price range of 120 francs to 140 francs per share, would value the company at between 780 million francs and 870 million francs, Zur Rose said.

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FinDating: the importance of exchanges between financial actors

Geneva is a truly remarkable hub: the second financial centre in Switzerland, but possibly the first in commodities trading

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Semptember 2015
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    The caspian week conference is a meeting point of visionaries, market leaders and experts with the f

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    The climate transition creates opportunities and risks, and financial institutions and corporations

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    Seit über 30 Jahren ist die ZfU International Business School Gastgeber für die angesehensten Inve

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    Over 150 Fintechs CEOs from all over the world will be in both panels & interviews and on this stage

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    From 2018 onwards, Switzerland’s financial fair will only be open to professional investors. This

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