Edited Transcript of 032640.KS earnings conference call or presentation 8-May-20 6:00am GMT


Seoul May 9, 2020 (Thomson StreetEvents) — Edited Transcript of LG Uplus Corp earnings conference call or presentation Friday, May 8, 2020 at 6:00:00am GMT

LG Uplus Corp. – CFO, VP & Director

Daishin Securities Co. Ltd., Research Division – Analyst

[Interpreted] Good morning and good evening. First of all, thank you all for joining this conference call. And now we will begin the conference of the fiscal year 2020 first quarter earnings results by LG Uplus. (Operator Instructions)

Our call is being webcasted on our home page so that you can follow the conference simultaneously. Today’s conference call will be presented for an hour. (Operator Instructions)

And now we will begin the conference of the fiscal year 2020 first quarter earnings results by LG Uplus.

[Interpreted] Good afternoon. I am (inaudible), Head of IR at LG Uplus. We would now like to begin Q1 2020 Earnings Presentation for LG … Read More

Edited Transcript of LSE.L earnings conference call or presentation 28-Feb-20 9:00am GMT


London Mar 20, 2020 (Thomson StreetEvents) — Edited Transcript of London Stock Exchange Group PLC earnings conference call or presentation Friday, February 28, 2020 at 9:00:00am GMT

* David A. Schwimmer

* David P. Warren

UBS Investment Bank, Research Division – Executive Director and Equity Research Analyst

followed by David Schwimmer, CEO, who’s going to comment on the execution of our strategy and give an update on the Refinitiv transaction as well. After that, as normal, we’re going to take Q&A both from here in the room but also from those on the phone lines.

So with that, I’ll hand over to David.

David P. Warren, London Stock Exchange Group plc – Group CFO & Executive Director [2]

Thanks very much, Paul, and good morning, everyone. You will have seen from this morning’s announcement, we have released a strong set of results. And Slide 4 gives the main highlights.

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Taking Advantage Of COVID’s Disproportionate Impact On The Stock Market


We are living in a virtual age where engagement, interactions, and entertainment are primarily accomplished through a digital screen. The stay-at-home initiative has accentuated the world’s reliance on digital technology. The ease & convenience that technology has provided the world amid this global pandemic is conditioning society to depend on it. The innovation-driven companies that have been provided with an unlikely tailwind during this pandemic are catalyzing a growing spread between tech stocks and the broader equity market.

The Nasdaq 100 index, which is primarily driven by tech stocks, has outperformed the S&P 500 by more than 15% thus far in 2020 (illustrated by the TradingView chart below).

The post-pandemic world will be defined by shifting consumption patterns, which the equity markets have already pricing in. The virus is having a disproportionate impact on industries across the economy.

Disproportionate COVID Impact

The stay at home order is hitting retail, airlines,

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The Pulse of the Art World, Mid-Pandemic


This week, I’m writing about the for-profit part of the art world and how it’s doing in a health emergency and an economy steamrolled flat by our leaders and opinion makers — you know, the people still getting paychecks as opposed to the 17 million thrown out of work. Judging from a few recent news stories, slices of the not-for-profit art world in New York seem stuck in la-la land. I’ll write about these, too.

I’ve talked to friends at the big New York auction houses and at small ones. The business of buying and selling has slowed since almost all previews and live auctions are postponed. A big part of the business, though, is getting consignments. That’s got a pulse. We haven’t yet gotten to the 2009 and 2010 zeitgeist, when the market was ruled by the Three D’s: death, debt, and divorce. Then, no one sold unless

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