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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Breaking News – October 2010

29/10/10 - Twentieth Century Fox has promoted former marketing director Cameron Saunders to the position of UK managing director. He will take overall responsibility for all aspects of the cinema distributor’s operations and replaces Ian George. The latter is now vice president of international marketing at Paramount. Saunders is a former head of marketing for digital channels at Channel 4 and a former planning director at advertising agency WCRS. He joined Fox in February 2009. Recent campaigns he has developed include marketing activity for The A Team and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. The company will appoint a new marketing director in due course, according to a spokesperson. 28/10/10 - Rob Wells has been promoted to the newly created position of president of global digital business at Universal Music Group. Wells, who will be based in UMG's Santa Monica headquarters, will have global responsibility for strategic growth initiatives for all the music firm's digital assets, including the wireless, online and transactional sectors. He will also…

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Financial Focus: 29th October 2010

Unexpected drop in US jobless claims casts more doubt on US Quantitative Easing; US GDP figures out today will give more guidance to the Fed ahead of next week’s meeting; UK consumer confidence survey shows a surprising rise of one point. SHARES: London shares are tipped to start lower Friday, while investors adjust positions ahead of the weekend and next week's U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting. Ahead of the opening, IG Markets is calling the FTSE down 9 points at 5669, having gained 0.55% yesterday. US markets closed mixed, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq both adding 0.1% in the last session. FOREX: Sterling is slightly up against the dollar and euro, but down against the yen – although this is in line with all other currencies on Friday. Sterling was supported by the surprising rise in the consumer confidence data just released, and now all eyes will be on the US GDP figures out later today. GILTS: Gilts may start a bit higher Friday,…

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Ottobre 2010

28/10/2010 - Headbanger Motor Company ha nominato Stefania Galli responsabile sviluppo comunicazione worldwide. Galli ha iniziato in Yamaha nel 1989, dove ha lavorato come communication & public relation manager fino al 2000. Successivamente, ha ricoperto lo stesso in ruolo in Moto Guzzi ed è stata division manager in Annabistudio. Proviene da Lotus dove era marketing & communication worldwide manager. 28/10/2010 - Mauro Accorsi è stato nominato responsabile vendite e marketing per l'Italia di Stelvio Kontek. Accorsi, 56 anni, ha lavorato in Molex e in Framatome Connectors. 27/10/2010 - Cristiano Braggion è stato nominato customer service manager del centro operativo di Assurant Solutions. Braggion, 40 anni, proviene da Bmw Financial Services Italia dove ricopriva lo stesso ruolo. In passato, ha lavorato in Mondial Assistance e in Automobile Club Italia. 27/10/2010 - Nuove nomine in Unicredit: Roberto Nicastro è il nuovo direttore generale mentre Paolo Fiorentino è il nuovo chief operating officer. Nicastro, 46 anni, in Unicredit dal 1997, era vice amministratore delegato. Dopo aver lavorato in…

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Il calendario di Interplast

Dal mese di ottobre è in edicola il calendario del motomondiale 2010. Sono 12 meravigliosi scatti fatti da Carlo Orsi, famoso fototeporter e autore di libri fotografici su Interplast Italy, organizzazione di volontariato per il trattamento chirurgico di pazienti bisognosi, affetti da patologie malformative, esiti di traumi, ustioni e tumori. Interplast italy è un'organizzazione di volontariato in chirurgia plastica ricostruttiva, senza fini di lucro, composta da chirurghi plastici, anestesisti, infermieri e altri volontari non sanitari, nessuno dei quali è retribuito. La finalità dell’organizzazione è operare gratuitamente nei paesi in via di sviluppo le persone più povere, quelle che non potrebbero avere accesso alle locali strutture sanitarie, che presentano gravi malformazione del volto e degli arti, gravi esiti di ustione e forme tumorali. Vengono privilegiati sempre i bambini e le persone in condizioni più disagiate, e non si fanno distinzione di razza o religione. Interplast Italy effettuato da più di 20 anni oltre 50 missioni nei paesi in via di sviluppo, operando migliaia di pazienti e…

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Financial Focus: 28th October 2010

US Quantitative Easing concerns lift dollar but weaken commodities; FTSE falls sharply and may slide to 5400 in near future; UK consumer confidence data expected to be sharply down for October; UK house prices fall for the third month in four in October. SHARES: With the Fed rumoured to be limiting its QE package, the dollar’s upward reaction weakened commodities and caused a sharp fall in the FTSE. A late recovery in the US markets will help the FTSE on opening (IG Markets calling it up 36 points) but analysts feel that a general downward trend may prevail because of uncertainty in the UK and US QE measures. Investors are preparing for a slide to 5,400 in the coming days. FOREX: A short-term lift to the dollar may be muted as the Fed are likely to leave the door open to further QE measures, even if the rumours of reduced intervention are correct for the next round. Sterling, also supported by this week’s better-than-expected growth…

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Financial Focus: 27th October 2010

UK growth is double the forecast at 0.8%; US trade figures better than expected; Aussie dollar slumps after surprising tame inflation data. SHARES: Taken aback by the UK’s 0.8% Q3 growth, investors seem to be weighing up the likely influences on the FTSE 100 and wider indices. With little economic and corporate news due out today, it is likely that they will watch and wait, persuading analysts that the FTSE 100 may move back below 5,700. Global markets are also struggling for momentum, although the US indices managed to post small gains in the last session. FOREX: The British pound surged as quantitative easing worries fell away on the back of the UK GDP news yesterday. The currency was further strengthened by Standard & Poor’s confirmation of Britain’s AAA credit rating. The dollar gained against the majors in Asian trade, buoyed by a second day of good economic data out of the US. The Aussie dollar was the loser, sinking against most currencies after their…

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Financial Focus: 26th October 2010

SHARES: Following better-than-expected home sales from the US, Stateside markets made strong gains before being pegged back to lower levels during the last session. The FTSE 100 recovered yesterday to end slightly up, but investors may step back today and assess whether markets should go higher. Much will hinge on the expected quantitative easing (QE) announcement due out of the US and if the dollar will continue to weaken, artificially supporting commodity and equity markets. FOREX: While major currency pairs were little changed, traders are hinting that they believe the dollar may launch a comeback, believing that the market has already priced in potential QE measures expected from the Fed next week. Sterling is a bit lower against the dollar, and any rise in the currency might be limited by the negative impact of fiscal tightening in the UK. GILTS: With the likelihood of QE next week, gilts are likely to start higher today. In a research note, Goldman Sachs said that the Fed asset…

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