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Recent articles are posted below.
Owners end ST-Ericsson venture, 1,600 jobs to go
Mar 18, 2013
Max Kamir, broker at Louis Capital Markets, said investors welcomed the fact that STMicro's restructuring costs were lower than previously predicted...
Alcatel-Lucent out, Gemalto in French blue-chip index
Dec 6, 2012
At the time of the merger between Alcatel and Lucent, the group was worth 26 billion euros," said Max Kamir, a trader at Louis Capital Markets...
Europe stocks rise ahead of cliffhanger Greek vote
Jun 15, 2012
Jerome Troin-Lajous, Louis Capital Markets trader said "The idea was to buy ahead of the Greek vote, as people have been pricing in 'Armageddon'. This strategy has paid off over the past two weeks and we could see more gains early next week"
Asian Shares End Mostly Lower; Shanghai Stages Mild Rebound
Dec 30, 2011
The Wall Street Journal speak to Michael Hsia at Louis Capital Markets in Hong Kong concerning disappointing fall of Asian stocks post the holidays and the extended weekend.
Asia Stocks Extend Loss on Kim Jong-il's Death
Dec 20, 2011
Tom Kaan, Director of Equity Sales in Hong Kong speaks to Market Watch regarding Europe and the prevention of the Christmas rally.
European shares snap 3-day rally as banks sink
Dec 1, 2011
Sebastien Barthelemi speaks to Reuters regarding the fall in European shares after a three day rally.
Asia Ends Lower as Europe Worries Weigh
Nov 25, 2011
Tom Kaan, Director of Equity Sales in Hong Kong, speaks to Market Watch regarding the worries over Europe and the lack of leadership and guidance being shown.
US Stocks - Wall St selloff as Italy fans crisis worries
Nov 10, 2011
Robbert Van Batenburg speaks to Reuters about US stocks fears over Italy
European shares halt sell-off ahead of Fed
Nov 2, 2011
LCM's Sebastien Barthelemi is quoted in Reuters talking about the fact that fears about the fate of the banking system remain high, particularly with Greece's membership of the EU hanging in the balance. He said that without the bailout plan, the country will go bankrupt.
Colonel Sanders Devouring Little Sheep in China Signals 69% Gain: Real M&A
Oct 31, 2011
LCM's Alick Wong talks to Bloomberg about why "people are just too nervous" when it comes to China.