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  1. Learning to Carry Your SEO Baggage

    Whatever your long-term plans or goals may be, you have to take what’s behind you into account. Everybody’s got baggage. Everyone has things they carry with them from their past. The things we’ve done, for better or worse are what make us who we...

  2. Bing Adds Auction Insights to Web Interface

    Bing plans to release an instructional video on Auction Insights later this week. Bing's Auction Insights, the process that determines which ads are shown and where every time a user does a search on the Yahoo Bing Network, is now available in the...

  3. JPX has 'no plans' to list Nikkei 400 futures overseas

    We have no plans to list JPX Nikkei 400 futures for the time being to other exchanges as we would like to develop the market ourselves. Yamaji says the JPX group also has plans to list options on the index and while it may take time for the Nikkei...

  4. Netting problems will restrict pension funds, FCMs warn

    Unless something fundamental changes, FCMs warn they will ultimately have to restrict the amount of hedging pension plans can do. For public pension plans, it isn't always clear what laws apply. Title IV of Erisa, which only applies to defined...

  5. HVB wins with placements and self-directed products

    The bank also plans to include more product types and underlyings, including currencies, in the fourth quarter. HVB onemarkets gains success with expansion into public distribution UniCredit group member HypoVereinsbank onemarkets (HVB) has...

  6. Matt Cutts Extends Leave From Google Into 2015

    Cutts also announced his plans via Twitter on Friday, October 31. Matt Cutts stunned digital marketers when he announced that he would be taking a leave of absence in July 2014. Well, looks like we’re in for another surprise.

  7. 4 Pitfalls to Avoid Heading Into the Holidays

    So now that the plans are set and the consumers are ready to buy, I wanted to provide four pitfalls that seem to occur every year and offer some thoughts on how to best avoid them or deal with them as they occur.

  8. Industry confronts hard choices in CCP recovery debate

    With an eye on that doomsday scenario, regulators also want robust resolution plans in place should a CCP fail altogether. CCPs have ways to boost financial strength – none straightforward It is often said that learning to recover from mistakes is...

  9. FSB warns of spillovers from new bank structures

    The FSB plans to work with the International Monetary Fund and the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development on an update to the assessment as the reforms are implemented, with the results due to be presented to the G-20 in 2016.

  10. The changing face of UK retail structured products

    When we invented the structured plans in the first place, the aim was to facilitate an IFA buying a listed note. When asked what has driven the change of issuers in the UK structured products market, no two individuals offer quite the same answer...

  11. Stress tests and capital adequacy: the story so far

    Treasury silent on Tarp as banks submit $75bn SCAP capital plans Since the 2008 financial crisis brought leading banks around the world to the brink of collapse, regulators have been focused on ensuring the institutions they supervise could survive...

  12. PRA: internal model insurers need a ‘plan B’

    UK supervisor the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) is urging internal model insurers to develop contingency plans in case their model submissions fail to secure supervisory approval. UK firms should not assume it is appropriate simply to...