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The Dust Hasn’t Settled on Wall Street, but History’s Already Repeating Itself

The Washington Post – The Wall Street herd is at it again. Even as the cleanup crew is carting away the debris left by the last financial crisis, the investment banks, hedge funds and exchanges are busy working on the […]

New Group of Creditors Tries to Block Chrysler

Washington Post – The government-orchestrated sale of Chrysler to Italian carmaker Fiat is facing a fresh legal challenge from some of the American carmaker’s lenders, which are trying to take the fight to federal district court. Pension funds representing Indiana […]

AIG’s asset management division gets bidders: report

Washington Post – About half a dozen investment managers have put forward bids, ranging between $400 million to $800 million, for troubled insurer American International Group’s asset management business, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. […]

Hedge funds ‘are resilient’

Reuters – In spite of suffering more than most markets in the global downturn, hedge funds are likely to bounce back faster than other markets. That is the view of Barclay’s Capital director Frank Gerhard whose company is a major […]

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