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  1. Learning to Carry Your SEO Baggage

    The truth is, in the new landscape, it may take years for you to fight your way back to the top for phrases you once took for granted. Everybody’s got baggage. Everyone has things they carry with them from their past.

  2. Bloomberg and UBS clash over Sef aggregation

    Thank you for clarifying that there is no difference between Bloomberg, Tradeweb and MarketAxess," Chammaa shot back. Bloomberg and UBS clashed yesterday over attempts by the Swiss bank to provide clients of its Neo trading platform with access to...

  3. Softer NSFR may not save repo, banks warn

    We're still running our internal numbers and back-testing individual businesses, but it's still not clear to us how economical those businesses will be, even with the new, lower funding requirements," says a regulatory specialist at one European...

  4. Looking back: El Niño boosts weather derivatives

    December 1997 saw one of many false starts for weather derivatives The appearance this year of the El Niño weather pattern, the periodic warming of the tropical Pacific Ocean by a few degrees, is leading to a burst of interest in weather...

  5. Smart beta indexes gain currency with Asian investors

    They were viewed as just back-tested optimisations that wouldn't work once live. Despite some high-profile failures banks and index providers are bullish It isn't an overstatement to say that the universe of indexes has exploded in recent years...

  6. Stop! Before You Fire Anyone, Try These Proven Tips for Handling Difficult SEO Clients

    This goes a long way in building trust and also reassures clients that you have their back. While explaining your strategies and tactics, tie each one back to how it can help with their goals, providing specifics of why it will help with that...

  7. Liquidity concerns still haunt Ficc

    A lot of people are worried that if there is a jump in volatility there will be no buffer to fall back on as banks are unable to soak up risk. Market participants increasingly fear liquidity drought Market participants are growing increasingly...