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  1. Negative Eonia splits US and EU banks, traders and lawyers

    It was easy to imagine the conversations between US collateral receivers and European posters during those weeks. Collateral posters should pay when rates are negative, US banks believe During September and October, as Eonia dipped in and out of...

  2. Industry confronts hard choices in CCP recovery debate

    I can't seriously imagine the Fed letting the CME go under, or the Bank of England with LCH.Clearnet," says a senior risk manager at one global bank. It is often said that learning to recover from mistakes is more important than trying not to make...

  3. "Which Update?" Is the Wrong Question

    Now imagine what happens to the value of the links to your site when they get hit with the Panda update. Imagine a world where you did some less-than-stellar link-building. Let’s imagine that those sites you build links on had low-quality content.

  4. Bank of England disaster protocol questioned

    I would imagine these are subject to regular testing so in this case the IT glitch feels like it is outside of the normal and in that respect did not stand up to the test. Organisations cannot plan for every eventuality so I would imagine that...

  5. Deadline looms for Isda group on resolution protocol

    I would imagine this would lead to runs on banks," says Michael O'Brien, global head of trading at Eaton Vance. Working group still grappling with capital, timing, bankruptcy issues A little over a week after this article is published, over-the...

  6. SEO Is No One-Trick Pony

    As you might imagine, there was a lot of stuff to talk about. This past week, I was joined by Josh McCoy of Vizion Interactive in presenting an SEO workshop for attendees of the Integrated Marketing Summit in Kansas City.

  7. 5 Takeaways From the World Cup for Global Search Marketers

    Imagine if your company were to get 4 million to 5 million new brand advocates over a short period of time? Even if you aren't a soccer fan ("football" to the rest of the world), you were most likely exposed somehow to the event through digital and...