$5.00 buyout gives .50 to the current shareholders.
You've been warned!!!
$AMBS - Launching First Diagnostic Blood Test to Detect Alzheimer's
Currently trading under a dime. 300-500% upside this year.
Read the recent Yahoo news.
Dr. Joseph Rubinfeld, one of the co-founders of Amgen, recently joined the company's B.O.D.
Twitter: @AmarantusBio .... 10,200 followers.
You probably heard about the blood test to detect Alzheimer's that was developed at Georgetown University.
Amarantus recently acquired the rights to the test.
Nothing posted on the board will impact how FXCM trades on Tuesday. It will go where the "big boys" want to take it.
The retail investor is only along for the ride.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hedge fund manager Marko Dimitrijevic is closing his largest hedge fund, Everest Capital's Global Fund, having lost almost all its money after the Swiss National Bank (SNB) scrapped its three-year-old cap on the franc against the euro, Bloomberg news reported on Saturday.
Citing a person familiar with the firm, Bloomberg said the fund had been betting that the Swiss franc would decline. The fund had about $830 million in assets at the end of 2014, according to a client report cited by Bloomberg.
It said an Everest spokesman would not comment on the fund and Dimitrijevic did not return calls.
Everest Capital, based in Miami and specializing in emerging markets, still manages seven funds with about $2.2 billion in assets, Bloomberg said.
The SNB triggered big losses around the globe on Thursday when it removed a three-year-old cap on the value of the Swiss franc against the euro, allowing it to soar.
Leucadia National Halted; Is a FXCM Rescue Close at Hand?
By Johanna Bennett
Shares of Leucadia National (LUK), parent of investment bank Jefferies, were halted in midday trading Friday, pending a news announcement.
Earlier reports said that Jefferies is in talks for a $300 million rescue of currency broker FXCM (FXCM) stock has been halted since the premarket, when it fell a nearly 90%.
FXCM is battling to stay afloat amid fallout from Thursday’s historically wild currency swings. FXCM, the biggest retail foreign-exchange broker in the U.S. and Asia, revealed late on Thursday that massive client losses could leave the broker in violation of regulatory capital rules.
After Thursday’s surprise move by the Swiss National Bank to abandon its longstanding currency peg, the Swiss franc and euro shot in opposite directions.
Remember that it was FXCM's clients that lost the money. Not FXCM. The clients are legally responsible for their losses.
Blair (William) & Company, L.L.C. 4,389,649
Massachusetts Financial Services Co. 2,916,419
BlackRock Fund Advisors 2,527,669
Vanguard Group, Inc. (The) 2,477,802
Invesco Ltd. 2,384,253
Denver Investment Advisors LLC 2,085,771
Pembroke Management, LTD 1,999,051
Price, Michael F. 1,713,100
Bank of New York Mellon Corporation 1,443,767
FMR, LLC 5,447,144