European Car Sales Post Combined Lose of €5Bn

Ford Trading Down Car sales in Europe have hit the lowest level for the month of January with Ford and Peugeot posted the biggest drops as economic contractions in the southern parts of the region and widening to Germany and France continue.  The figure was the lowest since records began being… Read More…

AnyOption Review

AnyOption, which launched in 2008 is considered to be one of the few veteran brokers. Headquartered in Nicosia Cyprus, AnyOption offers a platform that is powered by Tradologic software. This broker does offer global trading, with the binary options instrument available for use in many different… Read More…

Binary Options Scam

Binary options trading scams have become quite rare, but do exist. The reason for the significant decrease in scams is attributed to the internet. With traders quickly being able to share information with others around the globe, any scam broker will quickly be outed and soon after, out of… Read More… <a href=

Empire Option Review

Our EmpireOption Review Trader found this Binary Option Broker needed to improve in certain areas however lead the market in others. Empire Options is smart looking and focused binary options broker that has been offering option contracts to traders for the past 2 years. Based in the British… Read More…

Merger To Become Worlds Largest Airline

US Airways Trading Down US Airways and America Airlines are expected to announce the $11Bn merger today which will create the biggest airline carrier on the planet and shrink the domestic industry to three dominant players. The new company, which will retain the American Airlines name, will… Read More…

Intel To Launch Internet TV

Intel Trading Up Intel are planning to branch out and offer an internet television service.  It will sell its set top boxes directly to consumers. These plans will put Intel into direct competition with cable and satellite tv providers. Intel are currently trading up at 0.15% and can be traded… Read More…

Barclays To Cut Costs By $2.6Bn

Barclays Trading Up The CEO of British bank Barclays Anthony Jenkins is keen to rebuild the companies reputation following the recent libor scandal. He has announced today that the company intends to slash 3,700 jobs after announcing the banks first full year lose in two decades. Jenkins wants… Read More…

Google Chairman Cashing In Shares For $2.5Bn

Google Trading Down Google chairman Eric Schmidt may be looking to sell as much as 42% of his shares in the company over the next 12 months. He has already made a filing with the SEC to sell up to 3.2m shares. At the end of 2012 he has around 7.6m shares already meaning that … Continue reading

LinkedIn Has Best Day Since May 2011

LinkedIn Trading Up LinkedIn, the professional networking website, increases in membership within the fourth quarter helped to push forward profit and sales above analysts estimations. Advertisers are currently flocking towards the company after their user base rose by 8% to around 202million…. Read More…

RBS To Be Fined $612m

Royal Bank of Scotland Trading Up The Royal Bank of Scotland are said to be the latest bank to face fines under the recent libor scandal. It is reported that they will have to pay fines of $612m for manipulating global interest rates.  This will be the second highest fine connected to this… Read More…