The terms 'collateral damage' and 'friendly fire' became news parlance when the US invaded, and ultimately destroyed, Iraq in 2003. It meant that bystanders, civilians or even allies could be acceptable casualties when rockets fly and bombs are dropped indiscriminately, and that those victims don't count for much so long as the good cause of war is furthered. When the US Treasury on April 6 announced yet more embargo measures against Russian business, the financial destruction it ensued spared neither foe nor friend.
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Holborn Assets sees potential for investors looking to add Dubai property to their portfolio. : After a turbulent few years during which the price of property has dipped, and rents have experienced a readjustment, now is the ideal time to invest in Dubai's real estate sector, according to a leading independent financial advisory firm, Holborn Assets. The emirate's property market has gone through a period of re-evaluation in recent years. Where once speculation and inflation were the norm, nowadays landlords and investors take a far more cautious, some might say realistic, approach to operating in the sector.
While Q1 is just starting, Q4/2017 seemed to be a very busy and belated year. We have a LOT of hedge fund coverage even from just the past few days - furthermore, we started our Q1 2018 material and are [...] The post Hedge fund Letters - UPDATED 4/22 - Pabrai, Einhorn, Top Emerging Hedge Fund Managers And Much More appeared first on ValueWalk.
As well as being able to load content faster than ever before, you'll now find it's much easier to find all the content you need about the Asian business world. Traditional venture capital funds are slowing in Indonesia's technology sector, despite a digital boom.
Oppenheimer's top strategist John Stoltzfus urges investors to concentrate on fundamentals instead of the noise. : One of the market's biggest bulls is urging investors to concentrate on fundamentals instead of the noise associated with geopolitical risks. Oppenheimer's John Stoltzfus notes stocks are showing "remarkable resilience" in an environment that bodes well for gains. "Stocks have gotten through this period in relatively good shape considering we've had two separate 10 percent pullbacks with a short recovery pace in between," the firm's chief investment strategist said Friday on CNBC's "Trading Nation."
He invested with Martin Shkreli, and paid the price. George Yaffe of Massachusetts sank $100,000 into Shkreli's hedge fund, Elea Alpha, in 2007 at the urging of his son, Lee, who was pals with the then-future felon, court papers state. But the investment never paid off, and Shkreli failed to return the cash, though he...
The United States Treasury is analyzing options on further restricting investments into "sensitive" sectors, such as technology and defense, in the United States from Chinese state-owned capital. The U.S. Commerce Department, under the export control regime, banned U.S. companies from selling parts to ZTE Corporation, a Chinese telecommunications manufacturer, for seven years. [ Content protected [...]
Chinese investment in senior housing in the United States has slowed to a trickle following a $1 billion-plus buying spree over the past few years. Chinese investors haven't made a transaction in U.S. senior housing worth more than $2.5 million since the first quarter of 2017, according to data from Real Capital Analytics cited in Senior Housing News. Since the beginning of 2014, Chinese investors bought about $1.4 billion worth of senior housing properties in [...]
Och-Ziff Capital Management Group's chief financial officer, Alesia Haas, has resigned from the hedge fund firm to become CFO at cryptocurrency company Coinbase. While Haas has already started her new role, she will be helping Och-Ziff with a transition period through June 1, according to a statement posted April 17 on Coinbase's website. Och-Ziff announced the same day that it hired Thomas Sipp, previously a managing partner at venture firm Magis Partners, to replace her as CFO.