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Investors Bet on Euro as Greece Falters

May 21, 2012 Debbie Jacobs In the News

Though the euro has managing to keep above water throughout one of the worst financial crises in history, investors are now betting on its downfall if Greece truly is removed from the equation. Alan Ruskin of Deutsche Bank AG explained: “Financial markets’ great fear is that if one country left, it would not necessarily be […]

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Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Euro News, Greece, Hedge Funds,

Anita Nemes: Survey Shows Hedge Funds Coming Back in Favor

February 29, 2012 James Heinsman In the News

Last year was one of the worst years for hedge fund performance, but this year tells a completely different tale. Deutsche Bank conducted a survey of what are the latest trends in Alternative Investments, and found that expectations for hedge funds this year are high, with a prediction of a rise of 12 percent over […]

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Anita Nemes, Deutsche Bank, Hedge Funds,

Technology Stocks See Gains after Deutsche Bank’s Upgrade

January 10, 2012 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

A Deutsche Bank upgrade recently boosted technology stocks via semiconductor shares. Netflix Inc. shares also jumped, increasing to 13.8% and closing at $98.18, supporting hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson’s statement regarding the company as a top buyout target. Netflix’s stocks rose after the business released its streaming video service in Ireland and the UK. Ross […]

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Chip Sector, Deutsche Bank, Netflix, Ross Seymore, Technology Stocks,

Financial Crisis: Good News for Citigroup?

May 30, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

Hedge Funds Helping Banks Just because on one side of the coin things can look disastrous, does not mean that this will be the case for the other side of the coin. In fact, just by looking at various big name banks, one can see how the financial crisis may have in some way been […]

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