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Beware of Germans Bearing Gifts Beware of Germans Bearing Gifts

By Brenda Lee Hamilton, Attorney Effective September 30, 2011 the rules for the Open Market First Quotation Board required issuers to have either total equity of € 500.000 and a minimum par value of 10 cents per share, or a published prospectus. 148 companies listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange that did not match the criteria were delisted. Despite the foregoing, the same unscrupulous unregistered shell brokers operating in the United States are conduits for the fraudulent sale of ... Read More

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Deutsche Börse AG Suspends New Listings on the Open Deutsche Börse AG Suspends New Listings on the Open

By Brenda Lee Hamilton, Attorney Hamilton & Associates On December 20, 2011, Deutsche Börse AG suspended new listings for the First Quotation Board due to fraud and new cases of suspected market manipulation among several shares listed in the First Quotation Board. Deutsche Börse AG stated, “Prosecution according to criminal law and supervisory legislation only seems to have a limited deterrent effect. Against this background and for the purpose of protecting the capital market and particularly the investors, Deutsche Börse AG has ... Read More

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Fed To Start Withdrawing Stimulus From U.S. Economy Fed To Start Withdrawing Stimulus From U.S. Economy

The following is an excerpt from Alain Sherter | December 18, 2013 | CBSNews.com | Taper time. That’s the message from Federal Reserve officials, who announced Wednesday that the central bank will start gradually withdrawing the extraordinary monetary support it has provided for the U.S. economy since the financial crisis erupted in 2008. In its final meeting of the year, the Fed’s rate-setting panel said Wednesday that starting in January it will cut its monthly purchases of mortgage and U.S. Treasury securities ... Read More

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