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The Wall Street Journal revealed on Monday that SoftBank Group Corp. (TYO: 9984) is negotiating with Deutsche Telekom AG (ETR: DTE) to sell a sizeable chunk of its investment in T-Mobile U.S. Deutsche Telekom currently has a controlling stake in the American wireless network operator. As per the newspaper, following the agreement, Deutsche Telekom’s investment in T-Mobile U.S will expand by 50%. In April, T-Mobile also finalised its merger with...
Ares Australia Management (“AAM”), a joint venture between Fidante Partners and Ares Management Corporation (NYSE: ARES) has launched its first product in Australia, the Ares Global Credit Income Fund. AAM developed the Fund owing to a growing demand for an investment approach that offers high-income generation while preserving capital especially during these uncertain times when many businesses continue to register low returns. Teiki Benveniste,...
Some of the world’s biggest sovereign wealth funds, from oil-rich countries, could dump more than $200 billion worth of stocks. According to JPMorgan strategist Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, sovereign wealth funds across the globe lost around $1 trillion of funds invested in equities due to the coronavirus outbreak. As a result, high oil exporters, mostly located in the Middle East and Africa, are facing double trouble – extremely low oil prices...
One of the UK’s most well-known Fund managers, Neil Woodford, has warned of a global stock market bubble. Speaking to the Financial Times, Woodford said he’s been concerned for a year or two and that if this bubble bursts, it could be one of the worst in history.
Shell’s disposals continue with Saudi Arabia joint venture
Deutsche Bank share price up almost 4.5%
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Regulations that limit foreign investment into Chinese financial markets relaxed
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After the Fed rate hike on December 16, 2015 many interesting challenges await investors in the New Year. Foremost among them is the impact of US policy on EM countries.
Company notes ‘heightened’ market volatility
Paul Hanratty to depart after 30 years with firm
Fund upped stake in pursuit of long-term value, manager says
Company expected to reveal earnings slump