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Bear Stearns Hedge Fund Probe Expands

New York (HedgeCo.Net) – The infamous collapse of the two $1.8 billion Bear Stearns hedge funds that many believe helped spark the credit crisis is still being investigated, and now other banks and individuals are being probed in the process. […]

JPMorgan Purchases WaMu Branches for $1.9 Billion

New York (HedgeCo.Net) – JPMorgan Chase & Co. has purchased Washington Mutual’s branch network for $1.9 billion, making them the largest U.S. bank by deposits. The deal was encouraged by the U.S. government after consumers withdrew over $16 billion from […]

Coca-Cola: A Strong Stock in Shaky Times

BusinessWeek – Not many stocks were left standing when the Dow Jones industrial average crashed by 504 points on Sept. 15—the worst drop since the September 11 terrorist attacks. One stock that did stand firmly was Coca-Cola, the world’s largest […]

Lehman Declares Largest Bankruptcy Filing in History

New York (HedgeCo.Net) – Despite valiant efforts to find investors and stay afloat the credit crisis, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. is now at the center of the biggest bankruptcy filing in history. The fourth-largest investment bank filed for Chapter 11 […]

JPMorgan plans $1 bln Asia property spree

Reuters – JPMorgan plans to invest more than $1 billion in Asian real estate over the next three years, hoping to fill a gap as Indian and Chinese developers crave funds and rival investors recoil from property markets. The investment […]

Paulson & Co. To Launch New Hedge Fund

New York (HedgeCo.Net) – John Paulson, the infamous hedge fund manager turned billionaire who bet brilliantly against the housing market, will start a new fund later this year according to a report published on Bloomberg.com. The new hedge fund will […]

Bear Hedge Fund Managers Will Face Criminal Charges

New York (HedgeCo.Net) – The two managers behind Bear Stearns’ infamous failed hedge funds have surrendered to face charges, in what will be the first criminal lawsuit stemming from the subprime mortgage fallout. Ralph Cioffi, 52, and Matthew Tannin, 46, […]

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