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NYSE Euronext experienced record trading activity on its U.S. and European cash equities exchanges and strong volumes on its European derivatives unit, Liffe, during the month of October 2008. Volumes for October 2008 include trading activity from the equity and options markets of NYSE Alternext US (formerly the American Stock Exchange).
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World equity markets registered their worst month in history as investors lost an estimated $5.79 trillion during October, Standard & Poor's Index Services.
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NYSE Euronext reported net income of $174 million for the quarter ended September 30, 2008, or $0.66 per diluted share (including $0.65 from continuing operations and $0.01 from the discontinued operations of GL Trade) as compared to net income of $258 million, or $0.97 per diluted share, for the quarter ended September 30, 2007.
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World markets have soared overnight; the Australian dollar has surged against the yen and the US dollar and our market is forecast to jump sharply this morning. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index jumped 91.56 points, or 10.79%, to 940.48 after sliding to the lowest level since March 2003 yesterday.
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Cars, planes, retailing, engineering, food and building groups around the world cut earnings forecasts, production or jobs on Friday in one of the gloomiest days of the year so far for earnings and stockmarket confidence.
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Once again nothing was spared in last week's selling crunch. Shares, currencies and commodities were either pounded or pursued, such as the yen and the greenback.
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Gold took the brunt of the commodities sell off last week, ending with a nasty $US16 plus fall on Friday.
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Financial Markets Up Last Week
added: 20-10-2008

Recession and not impending collapse now dominate the thinking in financial markets, especially among equities investors.
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Nearly two-thirds (60%) of people in a new 26-nation poll commissioned by the BBC World Service say they are feeling the burden of recent rises in the cost of food and energy. They say that the rising cost of food, and of fuel and electricity costs, has affected them and their family "a great deal."
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That heavy thump you heard from stockmarkets around the world, especially in the US with the 9% fall in the Standard & Poor's 500 index on Wednesday, was the sound of the last rose coloured glasses falling from the noses of investors, commentators and investment analysts who have finally accepted that the globe is heaving into a recession, led by the tottering US, UK and European economies.
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