EU

Brexit Might Spur Hexit

July 7, 2016 James Heinsman In the News

The decision of Britain to leave the EU has left uncertainty and confusion in its wake. This is especially true of financial firms, such as hedge funds, which rely heavily on the opportunities investing in the unified marketplace of Europe afford. A survey done by the research group Preqin tried to gauge the reaction of […]

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Hedge Funds Disagree on Britain’s Remaining in the EU

February 16, 2016 Ryan James In the News

Economist Savvas Savouri at London-based Toscafund Asset Management believes that the UK would be a “better place” if it disengaged itself from the European Union. Savouri wrote his opinion in a report called “Britain Stands Up—Better to Exit European Union.” The Toscafund analyst stated that “If the EU doesn’t want to reform we should leave […]

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Hedge Funds Scramble in Face of Eurozone Break

February 5, 2012 James Heinsman Economic Barometer

As concerns of a breaking Eurozone heighten, hedge funds are scrambling to protect themselves in the face of what may be an unprecedented downfall. Though the prospect of countries detaching from the Eurozone seems unlikely, negotiations and talks have shown little or no results as governments become more and more desperate. Hedge fund are trying […]

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EU, European Debt Crisis, Eurozone Break, Eurozone Separation, Hedge Funds,

Chinese Economy Leads to Concern Among Hedge Funds

December 25, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Though the eurozone crisis is far from over, hedge funds and analysts have begun shifting their attention to a different, looming disaster emanating from China as its economy starts to slide. The Emerging Sovereign Group, a $1 billion hedge fund, recently told its clients: “We have a gathering sense that the next act of this […]

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