Financial Times

John Authers on Recent Wall Street Developments

April 24, 2012 Debbie Jacobs In the News

John Authers, senior investment columnist for the Financial Times, recently discussed the conclusion of the U.S. banking’s earning season, as well as the most recent proceedings on Wall Street with investment banking correspondent Daniel Schaefer. Authers asked Schaefer whether the negativity towards investment banks (shown in the above chart) has been overdone. “There’s not a […]

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Hedge Fund (Medium-Sized) Mega Growth

June 28, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

When Big Isn’t Necessarily Better Sometimes it’s just not all about size. Especially right now, when we’re analyzing the recent performance of hedge funds. Taking a look at what happened last year, it seems that it was these hedge funds that, according to an article in The Financial Times, enjoyed “the largest net asset growth […]

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Asian Hedge Funds Sky-Rocket

March 28, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

China Heading Up or Down? Although China-based hedge funds didn’t do so great last year compared with peers around the world, interestingly they still “took in money almost twice as fast,” netting inflows of US$3.5 billion (marking a 23 percent growth), significantly higher than the entire global hedge fund industry (which was 14 percent). In […]

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