Investors seeking a payday on the shares of government-backed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac don't deserve to be rewarded, according to hedge-fund manager Deepak Narula. The investors -- which include hedge fund manager Bill Ackman of ... Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
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It looks like SALT is returning to Asia. As SALT dropped the curtain on its seventh annual shindig in Las Vegas, the Skybridge crew was gearing up for its next show, probably sometime in October, and most likely in either Seoul, South ...Institutional Investor's Alpha, 1 week ago
Wall Street fat cats, who since 2009 have been pocketing billions of dollars in profits off the backs of beleaguered homeowners and their delinquent mortgages, could be facing the end of the party, a recent report shows. From an average gain of 45 ...New York Post, 1 month ago
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