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25Apr07

[Art] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - ll - Old Masters
    There is an equally strong market for Old Master works on paper, including drawings and prints, but the main market focus is still paintings

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[Currency] Overlay Asset Management High Frequency Program
    This program is designed to extract value from the currency market micro structure where short-term opportunities generated from transaction flows can be analysed and exploited

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[Litigation Led Investing] Litigation funding is here to stay
    John Walker shares his views on why it is here to stay, if it is investable and why it isn’t controversial…

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[Asset Based Lending] CypressTree Leveraged Alternative Income Fund
    Have little interest rate risk, low correlation to most asset classes, low volatility

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23Jan07

[Full A SQUARE issue of the week] A SQUARE 23 Jan 2007
    

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[Green / SRI] Green Invest
    

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[Collectibles: Violins] Florian Leonard Fine Violins
    

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[Art] Philip Hoffman Q&A
    

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[Trade Finance] IIG Trade Opportunities Fund NV
    

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16Jan07

[Micro Finance] Special Purpose Investing
    

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[Micro Finance] Responsability
    

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[Full A SQUARE issue of the week] A SQUARE 16 Jan 2007
    

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[Art] Prof. Michael Moses Q & A
    

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[Asset Backed Lending] Eden Rock Structured Finance Fund of Funds
    

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[Wine Investing] Illi Adato Q & A
    

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[Renewable Natural Resources] Pictet Water Fund
    

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06Feb07

[Full A SQUARE issue of the week] A SQUARE 06 Feb 2007
    

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13Feb07

[Full A SQUARE issue of the week] A SQUARE 13 Feb 2007
    

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  1. Hedge funds see $14.3bn outflows in Q1, CTAs and multi-strategy lead net inflows[more]

    Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia: The hedge fund industry saw net outflows of investor capital in the first quarter of the year, totaling $14.3bn, data from Preqin showed. This continues from the $8.9bn overall net outflows that funds recorded in Q4

  2. Performance - Blackstone profits plunge 77% as performance fees dive, Hedge fund stars' fortunes hostage to market swings, Hedge fund manager goes from billionaire to millionaire in profits plunge, Hedge funds biggest losers in SunEdison's 'magic money machine'[more]

    Blackstone profits plunge 77% as performance fees dive From FT.com: Blackstone, the world’s biggest manager of alternative investments from private equity to real estate, suffered from sharply lower performance fees amid turbulent markets in the first three months of the year, even as it

  3. Third Point calls Q1 "catastrophic" for hedge funds[more]

    Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: The first quarter of this year was rocky for hedge funds based on aggregate performance from the industry, but now we are beginning to hear what the managers thought of it as quarterly letters make their way to investors. Dan Loeb, CEO of New York-based $17 bill

  4. Asia - Stabilization of China's capital outflows may hinge on Janet Yellen, Fink says China to do well this year as bubble threat postponed, Chinese hedge fund to invest in India’s infrastructure[more]

    Stabilization of China's capital outflows may hinge on Janet Yellen From Bloomberg.com: Whether China’s recent stabilization of its currency and capital outflows continues -- or downside pressure reignites -- may hinge in large part on Janet Yellen. If the Federal Reserve chair sticks to

  5. …And Finally - After all, judges are human too[more]

    From Newsoftheweird.com: In March, one District of Columbia government administrative law judge was charged with misdemeanor assault on another. Judge Sharon Goodie said she wanted to give Judge Joan Davenport some files, but Davenport, in her office, would not answer the door. Goodie said once the