Gross: So to keep the Chinese Yuan strong, the PBOC buys Treasuries. When they want the #Yuan to be weaker, wouldn’t they sell #Treasuries?
The yuan will be able to trade as much as 2% on either side of a daily central bank reference rate, compared with the current 1%
This morning, the Wall Street Journal reported on funds that choose to tie their fates to the performance of companies led by women. Barclays’ Women in Leadership Total Return Index, which consists of American companies with a female CEO or whose proportion of female board members is at least 25 percent, is one…
Last week, Forbes released its annual score card of top-earning hedge fund managers. The usual gang was there: Soros, Tepper, Cohen, Paulson, Icahn, Simons, Dalio, Griffin, et. al. That clickbait scorecard -- it worked on me -- and led to a strident column from Gawker, bizarrely titled "Fund Managers Are…
The global financial crisis did not start in 2008 but in 2007 when BNP Paribas and UBS AG suspended withdrawals from some of their funds. If the world is once again buffeted by a similar crisis thanks to the enormous splurge in Chinese lending and fears about the quality of…