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Correlation is Bad News for US Equity Investors

I submitted a report last fall based on research by Dr. Bruno Solnik, a Professor Emeritus at HEC. My research, much like Dr. Solnik’s, finds strong correlation in international markets, diminishing the benefits of international diversification. 580 more words

Capital Markets

After school levels, NSE enters the world of MBAs in Gujarat

5/28/15 New Delhi: Keeping in mind that India’s first International Finance Centre may require a huge Finance Professional and skilled manpower, India’s leading stock exchange – NSE – has signed an MOU with Ganpat University, Gujarat for offering degree level programs. 264 more words

Specialization

How Kenya can make use of European Quantitative Easing

This article first appeared in my weekly column with the Business Daily on June 28, 2015

In December 2013, the US Federal Reserve began to taper its quantitative easing (QE) programme and made a final $15 billion (Sh1.4 trillion) purchase in October 2014. 671 more words

Political Economy

(P&I) Extreme Economics - World Oil (The Company)

Drama. World Oil (the companies) is selling at a 20% discount to the “peak oil” of last year and some of the companies for less than that and the question is: is this our Coca-Cola moment aka +30,000% in fifty years? 1,657 more words

The Business Of Societal Innovation And Enterprise

Corporate Transactional | New York

Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 12:28 PM
Subject: NYC:3 Associates for either M&A, Capital Markets or P.E.(2010-2012)….

Our client, a well-known international law firm with roots in the South (ranked #1 in Texas), seeks to hire for their NYC midtown office an M&A Associate with general corporate experience; a Capital Markets Associate with general corporate experience; a Private Equity Associate with M&A, general corporate experience and Investment Management experience, including fund formation and compliance advice, and other private equity transactional experience. 12 more words

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