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Court throws out lawsuits related to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac profits
From WSJ.com: A group of Wall Street investors on Tuesday suffered a blow in their attempts to sue the federal government over their treatment of the shareholders of mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac af
Goldman Sachs Asset Management launches GS Long Short Fund
From Marketwatch.com: Goldman Sachs Asset Management has announced the launch of the Goldman Sachs Long Short Fund, which pursues high conviction investment ideas in global equity markets through a fundamental, bottom-up approach
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva: When CalPERS, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, announced on September 15th that it was unwinding its hedge-fund portfolio, it was seen by many as is a significant blow to the sector’s appeal. The Fund is
Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York: Investing in private insurance, realty tax receivables, or investment-grade short-term accounts receivable may not spring to mind as a means of mitigating risk in a portfolio, but one firm, New York-based BroadRiver Asset Management is out to change all that. Th
Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva for New Managers: A relatively new multi-strategy, market-neutral quantitative hedge fund has managed to outperform the S&P500 and the HFRX Global since 2009.
Featuring : Marc de Kloe: How you can help private banks to better sell alternatives.Marc de Kloe is Head of Alternatives Investments and Funds at ABN Amro Private Banking where he is responsible for funds and alternative investments including long only, hedge funds, private equity & real estate.
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Long Term Trend: PositiveFriday's Close: (ASIA): 24,593.94UPDATE: Seven weeks ago, the HS broke out and posted a settlement above the old highs from 2013. Our comment that followed was simple - Avoiding a bull trap (close below 23,800) is paramount. To date, the HS remains buoyant. However, we have consistently warned, "Always beware of a sudden correction". As with the S&P Index, the HS did in fact experience a price retrace this past week.