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Financing Tool In North American Capital Market (I)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 11:48root
Financing Tool In North American Capital Market (I) Financing in nature includes two categories, namely, the equity financing and debt financing and all financing tools can be basically included

Financing Tool In North American Capital Market (II)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 11:49Marketing Team
Financing Tool In North American Capital Market (II) Debt financing Debt financing can make North American companies to gain fund, and the paid interest offset their due taxes at

Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (I)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 11:50Marketing Team
Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (I) Legend under phoenix tree—NYSE The then founded United States-Federal issued USD80 million of shares upon the approval of

Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (II)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 11:50Marketing Team
Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (II) NASDAQ coming from oak forest Oak tree is the favorite to Americans and there are many stories relating to oak tree. An interesting

Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (III)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 11:57Marketing Team
Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (III) Paradise of financial innovation—AMEX AMEX is the second top stock exchange in USA, having many features similar to NYSE

Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (IV)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 12:10Marketing Team
Profile of Major Stock Exchanges in North America (IV) Center of resource shares—TSX and TSXV) TSX and TSXV are under the control of TSX Group—the former is the third top stock

Reverse Merger (I)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 18:08Marketing Team
Reverse Merger (I) Reverse merger is also known as reverse takeover, reverse buyout or reverse acquisition, referring to the listing through buying a shell—a practice quite popular several

Reverse Merger (II)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 18:16Marketing Team
Reverse Merger (II) Analysis of NASDAQ, OTCBB and Pink Sheet One of the disputes over reverse merger is that, some intermediary organs mix up the concepts of NASDAQ, OTCBB and

Reverse Merger (III)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 18:25Marketing Team
Reverse Merger (III) Difference between going public and listing Generally, a stock will be qualified for going public upon its issuance in China and therefore, the Chinese investors

Reverse Merger (IV)
Posted Fri, 2009-03-27 18:32Marketing Team
Reverse Merger (IV) Two modes of going public through buying a shell The typical going public through buying a shell is as described as the example illustrated hereinabove—an operating