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Charles Nenner, Alan Greenspan and Others on Finance Today

July 22, 2012 Debbie Jacobs Quote of the Day

As balance remains elusive in the financial world, hedge fund managers and other investment and finance experts shed some light on issues both global and regional: “Free choice is not relevant in financial markets because there are too many players. A stock with a million holders is much more predictable than one with five.” -Charles […]

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Alan Greenspan, Andrew Neale, Charles Nenner, Economy, Eurozone,

Quote of the Day: European Debt Crisis Requires Confidence in Financial System

May 24, 2012 James Heinsman Quote of the Day

Economic trouble in Europe is a multi-pronged affair. Greece is threatening to pull out of the eurozone; bank insolvency is looming large and fearful; and the European leadership is at odds about what to do to solve the problems. This crisis, which was quieting down for a while, has seemed to return to an active […]

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Eurozone, Greece, NYU Stern School of Business, Thomas Cooley,

Hedge Fund Managers Predict Dip in Global Growth in Survey

November 29, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Hedge fund managers project a slip in global growth next year as a result of likely Eurozone sovereign defaults and the economic slowdown in China. The predictions come as part of a survey which covers more than a third of hedge fund managers around the world, who manage $800 billion between them. When asked about […]

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Economy, Eurozone, GDP, Global Growth, Hedge Fund Analysis,

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