In funds with a liquidity mismatch, the First-Mover Advantage is huge, as Woodford’s investors found out.
As separatist region is rocked by violence, businesses sound alarm.
Collusion and “absolute monopoly practices”
“An unforeseen crisis.” Other headwinds intensify too.
But Mexican exports to other countries plunge, tripped up by global auto slowdown.
They undermine banks. To dodge the fallout, banks chase yield, buying stuff like CLOs, instead of lending. When loans go bad, banks may “evergreen” them.
Hedge-fund manager Steven Cohen and Michael Bloomberg are among those ruing the day they bought the crushed shares of the UK bank touted as a “bargain.”
Rescue deal fell through at the last moment. China’s Fosun and other shareholders are toast. Creditors get to fight over the debris.
Situation already so bad that hiding debt becomes a priority?
Shareholders are already toast. Would China’s Fosun conglomerate follow the time-honored principle of throwing good money after bad?