Okay folks, who’s up for Forex Festivus?

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As I noted a few weeks ago, Gerry, Sean and I will be in New York on the first week of November. We are planning an event for ForexLive readers either Wednesday, November 3 or Thursday, November 4.

We need to book a venue but have no idea what sort of numbers to expect. If you plan to attend, please e-mail me at jamie at forexlive dotcom. The even will likely take place late afternoon/early evening and could potentially include some libation.

Come one, come all for what is certain to be a lively event.

2010-10-05T21:32:26+0000

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Jamie Coleman

5 Comments

  1. Any plans in South America ?

  2. Derivatives held by commercial banks are now at an all-time high. Harold Bradley, of the Kauffman Foundation, and CNBC’s Herb Greenberg discuss whether this is something investors should be worried about.
    http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=1608051050&play=1

  3. I’ll be there/here
    flashdancers on Broadway is usually a nice for a centrally located meeting place

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