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Jun 4, 2014

From The Desk of Fernando Guzmán Cavero - June 4, 2014: Information To Our Readers

Dear Friends

Today late in the afternoon, my email  tried  to be hacked by a person and or persons interested in hurting myself stealing my commissions, information and who knows what insane purpose they would have had in mind.

Therefore, my system and  its computers are going to pass  through a complete maintenance. We will be very busy talking with our Internet and website servers to try to get where this comes from and ask them  about our believe the attack could have come from and go behind them.

 It will  not be an easy journey, so that, we  think it will take us the rest of the week.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you.  We  try to be back with you as soon as possible.

     Please stay Tuned
Fernando Guzmán Cavero


DealBook P.M. Edition - june 4, 2014: White Collar Watch: Appeals Court Ruling in S.E.C. Case Will Curb Judicial Power Over Settlements.

For the latest updates, go to dealbook.nytimes.com »
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2014
TOP STORY
The Securities and Exchange Commission's building in Washington.
White Collar Watch: Appeals Court Ruling in S.E.C. Case Will Curb Judicial Power Over Settlements An appeals court decision gives the Securities and Exchange Commission much discretion to settle cases in ways it sees fit while curtailing the power of judges to "search for the truth," Peter J. Henning writes in the White Collar Watch column.
Judge Jed S. Rakoff has often been at odds with settlements reached by the S.E.C.
Appeals Court Overturns Decision to Reject S.E.C.-Citigroup Settlement A federal appeals court chastised Judge Jed S. Rakoff's decision to reject a federal settlement deal with Citigroup, undercutting his concerns that the bank got off with little more than a slap on the wrist.
For the latest updates, go to dealbook.nytimes.com »
DEALBOOK HIGHLIGHTS
William A. Ackman, right, offered J. Michael Pearson, Valeant's chief, a revised exchange ratio in an attempt to spur talks.
The Trade: In Valeant's Bid for Allergan, an Opaque Business Model Is Revealed Nobody really knows if Valeant Pharmaceuticals is doing anything that makes money, or is just engaged in prestidigitation that never gets anywhere, writes Jesse Eisinger in The Trade.
A branch of BNP Paribas in Paris.
BNP Paribas Faces Capital Hit, but Not a Dire One The multibillion-dollar penalties expected to be imposed on BNP Paribas by the United States authorities will not deliver a crushing blow to the bank's capital, but investors and analysts are still unsettled.
Reuters Breakingviews: Sara Lee's Breakup Just Starting to Pay Off Add the latest bid in the war for the Hillshire Farms to the 2013 sale of the coffee unit D.E. Master Blenders and a special dividend, and shareholders may finally make good, says Kevin Allison of Reuters. Breakingviews.
Deal Professor: Hillshire Must Decide Whether to Be Target or Suitor Hillshire Brands is facing two competing takeover bids, but its biggest decision may be whether to stick with its own acquisition strategy and remain independent, Steven M. Davidoff writes in the Deal Professor column.
Vernon Davis of the San Francisco 49ers and Buck French, chief of Fantex Brokerage Services, discuss the strategy of buying stock in star athletes.
Vernon Davis Breaks His Silence Over Fantex I.P.O.The San Francisco 49ers tight end said in an interview on Wednesday that the I.P.O. was about more than money. Instead, he said, it's about helping him build his brand.
Wasserstein & Co. to Buy Back American Lawyer An investor consortium is to announce on Wednesday that it bought back ALM Media from its current owners, Apax Partners and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
S.E.C. Drops Insider Trading Case Against Health Care ExecutiveThe S.E.C. has voluntarily dropped a case against Parker H. Petit, the former chairman and chief executive of Matria Healthcare, dealing the agency another recent setback.
Travelport Worldwide is a travel services company.
Travelport, Backed by Blackstone, Files for an I.P.O.The travel services company had planned an I.P.O. in London in 2010, but that offering never materialized.
Markit provides market data and financial information.
Markit Sets Price Range for I.P.O. At the midpoint of the range, the financial information provider Markit – a competitor to Bloomberg L.P. and Thomson Reuters – would be valued at about $4.3 billion.
Sallie L. Krawcheck's organization, 85 Broads, is changing its name to Ellevate.
Sallie Krawcheck Opens an Index Fund Focused on Women Sallie Krawcheck's organization, 85 Broads, is changing its name to Ellevate and will team up with Pax World Management to offer an index fund.
Homair Vacances, the French operator of campsites and holiday rentals.
Carlyle in Talks for Majority Stake in French Campsite Operator The Carlyle Group is in exclusive talks to acquire Homair Vacances from its French private equity owners, Montefiore Investment and Naxicap Partners.
Nuance Group operates about 350 retail outlets.
Dufry to Buy Duty-Free Rival for About $1.7 Billion The deal to acquire Nuance Group of Switzerland would create a retailer with shops in 239 airports on five continents. The combined company would have 15 percent of the global airport retail market.
BUZZ TRACKER
Alibaba I.P.O. Date Expected to Have an 8 The Alibaba Group is aiming for a United States trading debut of Aug. 8, Bloomberg News reports, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
LOOKING AHEAD
Data on Hiring and Unemployment On Friday, the Labor Department will report on job creation and the unemployment rate in May. Economists polled ahead of the release are expecting to see a reasonably healthy gain of 218,000 in payrolls, with the unemployment rate rising by 0.1 percentage point, to 6.4 percent, as more people look for work. But these numbers have been volatile of late. A surprisingly weak showing at the beginning of 2014 was followed by a strong pickup, so Wall Street will be watching the labor market.
For the latest updates, go to dealbook.nytimes.com »

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing June 4, 2014.

Major Indexes Closing
Major Indexes5:58 p.m. EDT 06/04/14
 LASTCHG% CHG
DJIA*16737.5315.190.09
DJ Transportation Average*8078.82-1.48-0.02
DJ Utility Average*547.450.260.05
Nasdaq*4251.6417.560.41
Nasdaq 100*3743.5913.520.36
S&P 500*1927.883.640.19
S&P 400 Mid-Cap*1387.916.400.46
S&P 600 Small-Cap*652.242.820.43
DJ Total Stock Market*20144.6148.530.24
NYSE Composite*10776.786.450.06
NYSE Financial*6457.1216.340.25
Russell 2000*1131.225.070.45
NYSE MKT Composite*2707.45-0.30-0.01
KBW Bank*69.550.030.04
PHLX Gold/Silver*85.040.070.08
PHLX Housing Sector*200.270.300.15
PHLX Oil Service*291.990.350.12
PHLX Semiconductor*611.142.710.45
See All Major U.S. Indexes
Markets Diary5:56 p.m. EDT 06/04/14
ISSUESNYSENASDAQNYSE MKT
Advancing1,6211,468171
Declining1,5031,188207
Unchanged1058723
Total3,2292,743401
ISSUES AT   
New 52 Week High184708
New 52 Week Low23694
SHARE VOLUME   
Total2,770,094,5841,597,266,21288,350,871
Advancing1,524,376,831986,714,13639,107,344
Declining1,155,497,111593,463,52942,361,118
Unchanged90,220,64217,088,5476,882,409
Major World Indexes4:40 p.m. EDT 06/04/14
 LASTCHG% CHG
Global Dow*2568.370.550.02
DJ Global Index*324.960.140.04
DJ Global exUS*244.90-0.29-0.12
Stoxx Europe 50*3021.64-5.19-0.17
UK: FTSE 100*6818.63-17.67-0.26
Germany: DAX*9926.676.930.07
Japan: Nikkei 225*15067.9633.710.22
Hong Kong: Hang Seng*23151.71-139.33-0.60
See All Major World Indexes
Footnotes
Indexes may be real-time or delayed based on exchange requirements.

Sources: SIX Financial Information; WSJ Market Data Group