Costis Hatzidakis, Greece’s Minister of Development, Competitiveness, Infrastructure & Networks of the Hellenic Republic visited the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Nov. 30 to mark the 8th Annual Greek Day and rang the closing bell, joined by executives of other companies. Greek Day at the NYSE was organized in cooperation with the 14th Annual […]
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Thomas Belesis, the Greek-American CEO of John Thomas Financial, talks about Facebook IPO and the future of the company’s public performance. John Thomas Financial had previously bought a stake of about $47 million in Facebook shares and they plan to buy more. On the day of the IPO on Wall Street, Belesis was very optimistic […]
Stocks rose on Tuesday, with the Dow briefly topping 13,000 for the first time since May 2008, after Greece secured a bailout to avoid default, but gains were limited as investors had priced in expectations of a deal. Signs of improvement in the economy and stabilization of Europe’s debt crisis have driven the Dow more […]
Stocks fell on Wall Street on Monday as talks dragged on in Greece over a fresh austerity package that is required if the debt-ridden country is to get a crucial bailout package. In afternoon trading, the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index declined 0.2 percent, and the Dow Jones industrial average lost 0.3 percent. The […]
Thomas Belesis was interviewed on Fox Business about the Occupy Wall Street movement. John Thomas Financial CEO pointed out that policy is what affects the markets and people should protest, but in front of The White House where decisions are been made.
*By Michael Norman When market swoons cause good companies to tumble investors are given a wonderful gift. Huge discounts of up to 20%, 30% or 40% can be had in mere days for world class, blue chip, firms that have long histories of solid earnings growth and handsome dividends. The fundamentals of these companies don’t […]