New Zealand Herald, New Zealand -
Passively managed funds have had a real boost of late with the advent of exchange traded funds, or ETFs, as they are commonly known. ETFs and hedge funds ...
Tax-Loss Harvesting Trickier In Volatile Times
The instant diversifier - why every stock picker should know about ...
Short ETFs May Pose Huge Tax-Liability
Citadel to cover operating expenses - Chicago Tribune
Citadel to cover operating expenses
Chicago Tribune, United States -
Hedge funds typically finance operations by taking 2 percent of assets, then retaining 20 percent of profits to pay employee performance bonuses. ...
Citadel's Blood in the Street
Citadel to Cover Its Own Operating Expenses
Citadel to cover much of its own operating expenses
Hedge Funds Shrink by $64 Billion, Eurekahedge Says (Update2) - Bloomberg
Hedge Funds Shrink by $64 Billion, Eurekahedge Says (Update2)
It said hedge-fund assets shrank by $110 billion to $1.65 trillion in October. The slump takes declines to 13 percent this year as hedge funds accelerate ...
Citadel forced to rein in its Asia ambitions
Och-Ziff Cuts About 10 Jobs in Asia
Citadel Is On Top Of The World*
Layoffs as property slowdown increases (Tiscali)
LONDON (Reuters) - In a sign of the increasingly acute contraction of the worldwide property market, building supplies company Wolseley announced a slew of layoffs and store closures, sending its shares tumbling as much as 8 percent in early trading.