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Leonardo DiCaprio Is The Wolf of Wall Street (Video)

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Leonardo DiCaprio Is The Wolf of Wall Street (Video)

http://guardianlv. com/2013/06/leonar do-dicaprio-is-the -wolf-of-wall-stre et-video/ Leonardo DiCaprio IS The Wolf of Wall Street in the Martin Scorsese movie The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount) coming out November. He plays the real-life stock broker, Jordan Belfort, who made millions of dollars and lived a life of excess fueled by fast cars, yachts, beautiful women, drugs, parties, guns, and cash. At the height of his wealth, when he was only 26, Belfort made nearly one million dollars a week –take that, Jay “Not-So-Great” Gatsby. The video trailer below is an awesome look into the movie, and if it’s any indication of what the rest of the flick is about, it’s going to be a blockbuster of a hit. The soundtrack for the video includes “”Black Skinhead” from Kanye West’s most recent album, “Yeezus.” The video is kind of like a high-energy combination of The Great Gatsby meets Wall Street. Matthew McConaghey has a great part in it, too, as DiCaprio’s chest-thumping boss, in a scene where he and DiCaprio are eating at a fancy restaurant. Kanye played “Black Skinheads” on Saturday Night Live in front of a backdrop that flashed “Not For Sale.”’ Getting paid for having your music video shown to millions on television beats having to pay someone else to have your music video made. The Wolf of Wall Street is DiCaprio’s fifth film with Scorsese. DiCaprio, 38, plays a 26-year-old who trades fake stock and bilks investors out of millions of dollars. The movie is based on Jacob’s best-selling memoir about the brokerage firm he founded in the early 90s. Thanks to its cutthroat boiler-room tactics, the firm reportedly bilked investors out of $200 million. Belfort was nicknamed “The Wolf of Wall Street,” because of his attitude of “More is Never Enough.”  (Jun 24, 2013 | post #1)

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Cooper Chung international Hong kong News updates ; Berna...

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Cooper Chung international Hong kong News updates ; Berna...

http://www.wellsph ere.com/cooper-chu ng-international-a rticle/cooper-chun g-international-ho ng-kong-news-l-ber nanke-defends-fed- against-internatio nal-criticism/1761 257 HONG KONG (CNNMoney) -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke defended the central bank Sunday, insisting that its actions had not hindered economic growth in developing countries. Fed policies -- especially continued quantitative easing -- have been criticized by some in the international community who say the actions are distorting currency markets and capital flows in emerging economies. Officials in some of those markets -- including China -- have voiced concern that the Fed's easy-money policies have the potential to create asset bubbles, currency appreciation and inflation. Guido Mantega, Brazil's finance minister, has beenparticularly critical of the Fed, alleging it has contributed to a "monetary tsunami" that is hindering growth. The Fed announced last month that it would embark on a third round of bond-buying stimulus. The policy, known as quantitative easing and often abbreviated as QE3, entails buying $40 billion in mortgage-backed securities each month. But Bernanke argued Sunday that those policies are not to be blamed for trouble in emerging markets. "It is not at all clear that accommodative policies in advanced economies impose net costs on emerging market economies," the Fed chief said during a speech in Tokyo, Japan. Bernanke said that capital flows are influenced by many factors, and changes cannot be attributed wholesale to the monetary policy choices of developed economies. Instead, policymakers in the developing world have great influence over capital flows, Bernanke said. Bernanke then went further, saying that the systematic devaluation of currencies in some emerging markets have made those countries more susceptible to inflation risk. "The perceived advantages of undervaluation and the problem of unwanted capital inflows must be understood as a package -- you can't have one without the other," Bernanke said. Related: Market wants QE4. Fed should say no. Bernanke did not specifically name any countries in his speech, but China has been consistently accused of intervening in the foreign exchange market to depress the value of its currency, the yuan. Critics are not convinced the Fed's quantitative easing program will boost growth. But Bernanke defended the policy again Sunday, saying the purchases should help speed the economic recovery and help job creation -- gains that he says will translate internationally. "Monetary easing that supports the recovery in the advanced economies should stimulate trade and boost growth in emerging market economies as well," Bernanke said.  (Nov 11, 2012 | post #1)

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Cooper International: China Inc waves a red flag on econ...

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Cooper International: China Inc waves a red flag on econ...

(Reuters) - Chinese corporate profits show no sign of a second-half recovery as analysts cut earnings estimates in September by the most in 2-1/2 years, a red flag for investors who expect the world's second biggest economy to start picking up soon. China Inc served as an early warning of the economic slowdown which began in 2011. Back then, slowing sales, swelling inventories and sluggish bill payments all pointed to declining demand and deteriorating cash flow, hallmarks of an economy that was losing steam. Economists polled by Reuters think the third quarter probably marked China's trough - although many had made the same prediction about the first and second quarters too. September trade figures released over the weekend were better than expected, however, raising some hopes that the economists might be right this time. China will release its third-quarter gross domestic product data on Thursday. Corporate profits still look lackluster at best. Inventories are slowly receding, but shipments remain weak, suggesting underlying demand remains subdued. "GDP growth likely troughed in the third quarter but the Chinese economy is struggling to find another engine of growth," said William Fong, senior investment manager at Baring Asset Management in Hong Kong. http://www.reuters .com/article/2012/ 10/15/us-chinacorp orate-gdp-idUSBRE8 9E1G920121015  (Nov 6, 2012 | post #1)

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Cooper International: HK Shares End at Over 5 Month High,...

HONG KONG--Hong Kong shares ended flat Monday, as the green shoots of China's economic recovery offset profit-taking pressure. The blue-chip Hang Seng Index edged up 11.82 points to 20148.25, its highest close since 21249 on May 3. Market volume totaled 44.00 billion Hong Kong dollars (US$5.68 billion), down from HK$55.90 billion Friday. A raft of China economic data released over the weekend and Monday morning came out either better than expected or in line with expectations, although profit-taking pressures emerged given the HSI's six-week 8.5% winning streak. "We keep the view that the market's recent rally has priced in a lot of positives, and the Hang Seng Index may consolidate around 21,000 this week," said Alvin Cheung, associate director at Prudential Brokerages. China's September exports and money supply all surprised on the upside, while consumer inflation, reported Monday morning, slowed slightly to below 2% in September, giving policy makers a bit more room to boost the world's second-largest economy. http://online.wsj. com/article/BT-CO- 20121015-702525.ht ml  (Nov 6, 2012 | post #1)

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Cooper Chung International Hong kong : About Cooper Chung

http://jonesclyde. soup.io/post/28373 2434/About-Cooper- Chung Founded in 2005 Cooper Chung provides personalized financial investment solutions for tens of thousands of investors worldwide who appreciate personalized service. Cooper Chung provides this by way of a collection of products and solutions personalized to each and every individual client's requirements. A number of clients will hand all the decision making to us, while other individuals would rather continue to be very closely involved. In either case the balance associated with the partnership is precisely what is extremely important, in addition to trust and integrity which is vital within the close working relationship between Cooper Chung and each and every client. We believe in personalizing our services by assigning each and every client their own Portfolio Manager. http://cooperchung .com/about%20us.ht m  (Oct 15, 2012 | post #1)