Small investors look into the tube

Not sex, but sport in the city is the hot topic in New York on September 15th. On that day, the running shoe company On goes public on Wall Street. Thanks to a special permit, the Swiss are allowed to set up a test station for running shoes right in front of the building, as Blick has learned. There, the common people can slip into the hyped sneakers and test them out throughout the day.

The only open question: Will on-investor Roger Federer (40) show up on the trading floor to ring the opening bell? The bell that opens the trading day is traditionally reserved for newcomers to the stock market.

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