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Laura Noonan
US Banking Editor, editor and FitHacks columnist at Financial Times, CFA charterholder, occasional marathon runner, often on a plane. Views my own.
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Finance News 3h
Blackstone: turning on a dime
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Laura Noonan 5h
One of the great joys of working in our "cosy" open plan workspace in NY is the endless entertainment from colleagues' phone calls. Thanks for illuminating my days et al...
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Laura Noonan 6h
Replying to @davidenrich @nytimes
why on earth is this thing not searchable???
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Laura Noonan 20h
Does it ever get old, watching the crowds discovering the magic of Times Square for the first time, those children gazing up at the Freedom Tower, that mid West family buzzing for a Broadway show? I hope it never gets old
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Thanks! Will keep you posted
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Depending on the hour of the day, I belong to all of these tribes (and a Surface Pro in tablet mode is a great way to get a headstart on those Wolf at the Door days). Frequent flyer: meet the mini-tribes of air travel via
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
I got a bus 100 miles to visit three Dublin universities, sans parents, and picked the "other one" that no-one outside of Ireland has heard of () where fees are zero like most Irish unis. Worked out grand. (entertaining piece though)
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
In honour of earnings week, my local has taken to upgrading all my grande orders to venti, in case anyone wonders why I’m caffeined out of my mind
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
I picked a bad weekend to fly home with but sadly I fear it’s too late for me!
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Don't expect MS to make a play for DBK's wealth business, Gorman just told analysts: "The probability of us investing in a European wealth manager. given that we sold our European wealth manager couple of years ago, is somewhere between zero and none."
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
ceo says it's "fashionable" to throw lots of money at tech, but "we're running a business you've got to find the right balance".
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Gorman on Morgan Stanley's appetite for M&A after Solium: "We're looking at opportunities but... we're definitely not compulsively trying to buy stuff, that's not where our head is at."
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Gorman on outlook: "I'd love to think the next three quarters will be better than the last quarter of last year ... I'm a betting man, I'm not sure i'd make that bet right now."
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
When did 'run rate' become a verb, as in 'what we should be comfortable run-rating in our models' ?!
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Morgan Stanley CFO on trading outlook: "Although the market has rebounded I would say the participants are still quite cautious"
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
"From our perspective there's absolutely nothing done wrong in dealing with those particular shares but that's for another day." - Gorman on Morgan Stanley's activity around the Lyft IPO
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Analyst asking about whether MS helped Lyft investors hedge...
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Looks like Morgan Stanley ceo Gorman's not going anywhere for a while, he's just told an analyst: "I think we're going to have this discussion probably for the next decade."
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
Analyst Mike Mayo asks for numbers over adjectives on investment banking backlog - MS responds with a lot more adjectives
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Laura Noonan Apr 17
very excited about Solium (the workplace financial wellness biz they agreed to buy back in Feb), describe it as "very inexpensive" relative to MS's size (though not on a multiple basis)
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