Foreign media headlines the study said that women do better corporate performance

Foreign media headlines: study says women take enterprise performance more good stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes: Credit Suisse CNBC warrants better corporate performance headed woman Credit Suisse Research Report, has more female executives of enterprise performance is better, the stock returns and sometimes even more than the degree of diversification low enterprise more than doubled. According to a survey of 3400 companies worldwide by Credit Suisse, the average equity owned enterprise returns CEO female than male headed CEO enterprise is about 19% higher, about 9% higher dividends. Women accounted for the majority of the management of corporate sales growth is better, higher return on investment, lower leverage." The more a woman holds a position in management, the higher the return of a company’s stock. Over the past five years, the average annual rate of return on equity of women in the management of enterprises accounted for more than 25%, accounting for more than 33% of women executives accounted for an average annual return on equity of up to $25.6%. More than half of women executives have an average annual return of up to 28.7%. An investigation of the Enterprise Credit Suisse, 6 of women in management accounting for more than 15%, 631 more than 25%, 317 more than 33%, 61 more than 50%. The British "Financial Times" electric car boom triggered pollution concerns EU experts warned that the electric vehicle development means that the EU will have to consider the construction of nearly 50 generation British equivalent of Hinkley point nuclear power plant scale power station, which may cause serious pollution problems. The European Environment Agency (EEA) study shows that by 2050, electric vehicles will account for 80% of the total number of passenger cars in the eu. If electric vehicles use all of their electricity from coal-fired power plants, they will have more carbon emissions than gasoline or diesel vehicles. At present, the EU still has 48% of its electricity from coal, natural gas and oil. MarketWatch this year’s global consumer credit card will be the first time exceeded Euromonitor International report cash market research agency said, in 2016 the global total credit card spending will reach about $23 trillion and 200 billion, more than the cash consumption for the first time, the total is expected to reach $22 trillion and 600 billion. This marks a milestone in the history of credit cards and electronic payments, as a result of the last 20 years. Technology has made it easier for people around the world to obtain financial services. In addition, governments in many countries have encouraged citizens to use credit cards and mobile payments to reduce "shadow economy" activities and illegal transactions. From 2015 to 2016, the total credit card transactions in the Asia Pacific region will increase by $1 trillion and 700 billion, the largest increase, followed by North America, an increase of $187 billion. Reuters IMF former president rato for embezzlement trial IMF former president Rodrigo Rato (Rodrigo Rato) in Madrid on Monday a court trial, he was accused of embezzlement as Spain’s third largest bank Bankia chairman for personal extravagance. Mr rato and Bankia 64 9相关的主题文章: