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Some highlights from Monday’s FTfm.
SWFs go shopping for managers
Cash-rich sovereign wealth funds are believed to be exploring the possibility of buying asset managers in a drive to lower fees and ramp up their investment expertise. Read more
1.Slater & Gordon were sold a pup, watch this space...
2.Making China's FX reserves feel inadequate
3.Equities soar. Have some Albert
4.Myths and facts about "risk parity"
5.China's 'asset bubble' growth solution hangs in the balance
6.Why China's stock market implosion might not be very meaningful
7.Imagineering markets in our quantum computing future
8.Some Fed thoughts: QE4 and all that
1.Slater & Gordon: complicated, indebted and yet to be audited
2.Markets Live: Friday, 28th August, 2015
3.Some Fed thoughts: QE4 and all that
4.Slater & Gordon were sold a pup, watch this space…
5.The peer-to-peer scaling, matching and pricing fallacy
6.China’s ongoing FX trilemma and its possible consequences
7.Guest post: Trying to throw our arms around the (sick) Chinese economy
8.Putting China’s cuts in some context
9.Corbyn’s “People’s QE” could actually be a decent idea
10.Equities soar. Have some Albert
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