Posted by Jason Smith at 8:55AM on February 14th
Harvard Management, the entity that oversees the richest U.S. university endowment, manages a wide-ranging global portfolio that reaches across a variety of asset classes encompassing stocks, bonds, and real estate, as well as alternative investments like private equity and hedge…
Posted by Max Magee at 9:00AM on August 20th
Though the Harvard Endowment includes major investments in alternative assets like real estate, investors can get a sense of Harvard’s strategy by looking at its U.S.-listed, equity holdings. These have tended to be quite diversified and biased internationally thanks to…
Posted by Jason Smith at 12:16PM on March 19th
PolyOne Corporation (POL) is ahead by 12% today after offering first-quarter guidance ahead of analyst expectations. The company said it expects EPS of 15 cents for the period on revenue of more than $600 million, easily topping the consensus estimate of…
Tracking BRIC Equities Amid Flourishing IPO Market (RSX, APWR, GRO, RINO, NILSY, MTL, ROSYY, VIP, SIFY)
Posted by Owen Vater at 12:09PM on January 27th
The BRIC group of emerging economies started the year with a record $6.7 billion in IPOs in January.
According to Reuters, Brazil, Russia, India and China, the four largest emerging economies, were host to a total of $6.7 billion of initial…
Posted by Jason Smith at 11:18AM on January 13th
Russia’s deficit in 2009 was the first in ten years, but the latest estimates suggest it isn’t as bad as prior forecasts.
According to Bloomberg, the latest estimates from UniCredit suggest that Russia’s 2009 deficit was probably about $74.2 billion, nearly…
Posted by Owen Vater at 12:22PM on December 14th
Russian stocks and ADRs shot higher on Monday after the country’s central bank affirmed plans to reign in collateral-free lending.
According to Reuters, the Russian central bank confirmed its plan to restrict collateral-free loans, which it introduced last fall to ease…
Posted by Owen Vater at 11:43AM on October 1st
According to Bloomberg, Russia is looking to settle its trade debt this year.
Nearly twenty years since the Soviet Union disbanded, Russia still holds approximately $1.2 billion of Soviet-era commercial debt, reported Bloomberg, quoting a Finance Ministry official. With plans for…
Posted by Owen Vater at 10:23AM on September 15th
After a flight to safety during the recession, investors are moving back in to emerging markets.
Investing in traditionally stable economies was risky enough during the recession, let alone buying into emerging markets. However, as the global economy gets back on…
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