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Joe Morgan

CIO Vantage Point
October 25, 2013 Posted by

Delayed employment, proposed crowdfunding, and ignored whistle-blowers.

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FX Daily
October 25, 2013 Posted by
Stocks climbed early on the backs of good earnings from Microsoft and Amazon. The durable goods data was mixed with the top-line number above expectations. Excluding transportation and aircrafts, however, orders fell 1.1% for September.
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SVB in the community
October 24, 2013 Posted by
On our designated volunteer day, 14 SVB employees volunteered to improve the overall appearance of the home and the living experience for the residents...
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Ming Yeh

SVB in the community; Asia
October 24, 2013 Posted by
Fifteen volunteers from SVB in Beijing and Shanghai set out to offer our support, energy and friendship to students at Sunshine Home in Da Pu Qiao. The organization provides a supportive space and a daily destination for adults with developmental and learning disabilities.
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FX Daily
October 24, 2013 Posted by
The dollar slid to a two-year low against the euro as investors are concerned that the U.S. government shutdown will hamper economic growth for the remainder of the year and any reduction to QE will be delayed until next spring.
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SVB in the community
October 23, 2013 Posted by
Thanks to Austin Habitat For Humanity 340 families in our area now have a home of their own. For 27 years, the not-for-profit organization has been dedicated to ending the cycle of poverty and creating affordable housing for people in Austin. During our 30th year in business we decided to celebrate by joining Habitat in its mission to build homes, communities and hope, as part of our 30 Years | 30 Causes campaign
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FX Daily
October 23, 2013 Posted by
Asian stocks were down early driven by a jump in money market rates in China. The threat of tighter liquidity and higher rates in China lowered the Canadian loonie and Australian dollar, and the kiwi dived over 1.5% against the dollar.
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FX Daily
October 22, 2013 Posted by
The dollar took a hit after the government released several key employment data delayed by the shutdown. Job growth was below expectations, and revisions for the two previous months were essentially a wash.
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