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  1. Learning to Carry Your SEO Baggage

    If you’ve been hit, and you’ve lost your placement for the phrases that you Google every morning to see whether or not it will be a good day, look to those links. Everybody’s got baggage. Everyone has things they carry with them from their past.

  2. Bloomberg and UBS clash over Sef aggregation

    Speaking later in the day, the CFTC's Vincent McGonagle, director of its division of market oversight, said the agency is now looking at the issue and implied the regulator has made up its mind about the outcome: "We are going to ask questions of...

  3. SEC gives green light to Eaton Vance’s active ETMFs

    Investors may buy stock at NAV –$1 and sell at NAV +$1, for example, with all deals later being transacted around the end-of-day price as declared at the close of trading. Instead, ETMFs can publish their underlying holdings once a quarter with a...

  4. Hedge funds ‘cannot be too paranoid' on reputational risk

    Unexpected issues gaining public exposure, competitors stealing your thunder and unusual patterns of negative press headlines should not be ignored; yes, they are a day-to-day part of doing business but they are also strong indicators that you may...

  5. Asia Risk Congress 2014 – photogallery

    Other discussions during the day reflected how markets are now being driven more by fundamentals than policy. The final panel of the day featured a conversation looking at a development that marries both policy and fundamentals: the Hong Kong...

  6. 5 AdWords Optimization Checkpoints You May Be Missing

    In the campaigns tab or dimensions tab, segment data by day to see if the account or campaigns are reaching daily budgets. Have your daily budgets been fully utilized each day? It’s always good to revisit an account and check in on important...

  7. BoE’s Cunliffe: era of free liquidity is over

    Of the two sets of requirements, in terms of their impact on market liquidity, I suspect the activity requirements are going to be much more material at the end of the day," he said. The BoE's Cunliffe argued the pre-crisis perception of bottomless...