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March 19, 1992 | From Reuters
With the release of red, white and blue balloons, the American Stock Exchange opened trading Wednesday on a new market system designed expressly for companies that until now have been too small to get a listing. AMEX's Emerging Company Marketplace began with 22 stocks and a first-day volume of 943,000 shares. Analysts were not sure the new market could challenge the NASDAQ over-the-counter market.
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June 1, 2006 | From Times Staff Reports and Bloomberg News
Investment funds that own emerging-market stocks suffered a net cash outflow of $5 billion in the seven days ended May 24, the biggest in two years, as some investors fled higher-risk markets on worries about the global economy. The cash outflow, reported Wednesday by Emerging Portfolio Fund Research, amounted to 1.7% of the funds' total assets of $285 billion, the firm said. The data track emerging-market funds worldwide.
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BUSINESS
March 14, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Amex Has 21 Firms for Start-Up Market: The American Stock Exchange named 21 companies lured from the over-the-counter market to trade on its new market for start-up firms. Companies in the new market, scheduled to begin trading on Wednesday, have lower financial standards than now needed to qualify for the nation's second-biggest stock exchange. The Amex is billing its Emerging Company Marketplace as a forum for growing companies to gain exposure and raise capital.
BUSINESS
May 13, 1995
For more than 55 years I've looked for the perfect system for betting the horses and I finally found it: When you see Gary Stevens is flying in from Hong Kong to ride in a stakes race, mortgage the house, take the roll out of the bank and empty both pockets. BOB PALOMARIS Baldwin Park
BUSINESS
May 13, 1995
For more than 55 years I've looked for the perfect system for betting the horses and I finally found it: When you see Gary Stevens is flying in from Hong Kong to ride in a stakes race, mortgage the house, take the roll out of the bank and empty both pockets. BOB PALOMARIS Baldwin Park
BUSINESS
June 1, 2006 | From Times Staff Reports and Bloomberg News
Investment funds that own emerging-market stocks suffered a net cash outflow of $5 billion in the seven days ended May 24, the biggest in two years, as some investors fled higher-risk markets on worries about the global economy. The cash outflow, reported Wednesday by Emerging Portfolio Fund Research, amounted to 1.7% of the funds' total assets of $285 billion, the firm said. The data track emerging-market funds worldwide.
BUSINESS
March 17, 1992 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Camarillo company, Advanced Photonix Inc., is among the first 21 fledgling businesses to abandon NASDAQ and have their shares listed on the American Stock Exchange's new Emerging Company Marketplace.
BUSINESS
March 6, 1992 | From Associated Press
Small but growing companies that don't qualify for a listing on the American Stock Exchange will get their own junior marketplace under rules changes approved Thursday by federal regulators. The Securities and Exchange Commission voted to allow the Amex to create a second tier of listed companies with lower financial standards than those now needed to qualify for the nation's second-largest stock exchange.
BUSINESS
March 20, 1992 | TOM PETRUNO
If you believe that most individual investors are just lambs waiting to be slaughtered, the American Stock Exchange has built a beautiful new butcher shop. But if you give the average investor a little more credit--and you don't mind the concept of competition in the securities business--then the Amex's new market for small stocks may not seem so menacing. With a lot of hoopla, the Amex on Wednesday opened its Emerging Company Marketplace, or ECM.
BUSINESS
March 20, 1992 | TOM PETRUNO
If you believe that most individual investors are just lambs waiting to be slaughtered, the American Stock Exchange has built a beautiful new butcher shop. But if you give the average investor a little more credit--and you don't mind the concept of competition in the securities business--then the Amex's new market for small stocks may not seem so menacing. With a lot of hoopla, the Amex on Wednesday opened its Emerging Company Marketplace, or ECM.
BUSINESS
March 19, 1992 | From Reuters
With the release of red, white and blue balloons, the American Stock Exchange opened trading Wednesday on a new market system designed expressly for companies that until now have been too small to get a listing. AMEX's Emerging Company Marketplace began with 22 stocks and a first-day volume of 943,000 shares. Analysts were not sure the new market could challenge the NASDAQ over-the-counter market.
BUSINESS
March 17, 1992 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Camarillo company, Advanced Photonix Inc., is among the first 21 fledgling businesses to abandon NASDAQ and have their shares listed on the American Stock Exchange's new Emerging Company Marketplace.
BUSINESS
March 14, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Amex Has 21 Firms for Start-Up Market: The American Stock Exchange named 21 companies lured from the over-the-counter market to trade on its new market for start-up firms. Companies in the new market, scheduled to begin trading on Wednesday, have lower financial standards than now needed to qualify for the nation's second-biggest stock exchange. The Amex is billing its Emerging Company Marketplace as a forum for growing companies to gain exposure and raise capital.
BUSINESS
March 6, 1992 | From Associated Press
Small but growing companies that don't qualify for a listing on the American Stock Exchange will get their own junior marketplace under rules changes approved Thursday by federal regulators. The Securities and Exchange Commission voted to allow the Amex to create a second tier of listed companies with lower financial standards than those now needed to qualify for the nation's second-largest stock exchange.
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