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Beijing just took over China’s most notorious purveyor of dodgy wealth management products. The next phase of the debt crackdown might prove more damaging.
The two companies created from the old Hewlett-Packard have surprised investors—but they still need to prove the growth is sustainable.
There could be change afoot in European markets, as the reassurance of data in consistently beating expectations fades.
Standard Life Aberdeen thinks shedding its insurance arm will unlock value. But what is left behind is an asset manager with high costs and investor outflows. Both need fixing, fast.
The biggest private-equity firms are in a fund-raising frenzy, but it will be increasingly hard to find the returns that have made them such money magnets.
Investors have been feverishly pushing up Wayfair’s stock despite the company’s growing losses, worsening free cash flow and surging marketing spending. That run may finally be coming to an end.
If Barclays has the money now for bigger shareholder payouts, why isn’t it making them? The answer shows the risks for investors.
Comcast’s pursuit of Fox may hinge on the outcome of the AT&T-Time Warner case.
British American Tobacco could be forgiven for missing the good old days of straightforward market decline.
IDEAS DE INVERSION
on Thursday, 28 June 2012. Posted in Noticias_category(English)
DIVERSIFICACIÓN, ATRACTIVA VALORACIÓN Y GENERACIÓN DE INGRESOS ADAPTADOS A LA REALIDAD ECONÓMICA ACTUAL, SON ATRIBUTOS CONSIDERADOS POR EL COMITÉ DE RIESGO DE DAVOS FINANCIAL GROUP PARA EL SEGUNDO SEMESTRE DE 2012. IDEAS DE INVERSION A continuación detallamos las 7 ideas de inversión mas relevan [...]