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Below are recent videos in which market experts talked about their views on Chinese stocks. Speakers are all from prestigious companies in the stock markets: Hartnett Sees China Investment Opportunities After Games - Bloomberg (Michael Hartnett, Chief Equity Strategist for Emerging Markets, Merrill Lynch & Co.) Ulrich Says China's Growth Policy Will Benefit Stocks - Bloomberg (Jing Ulrich, Chairwoman of China Equities, JPMorgan Chase & Co.) Riedel Likes China's Ad Companies, Hong Kong Real Estate - Bloomberg (David Riedel, President, Riedel Research Group) Analyst Rudd Expects Growth at BHP, Alcan, Chinalco - Bloomberg ...
Private-Equity Firms Go Farming in China
Food-safety concerns and a rising consumer class have China's buyout and growth capital investors heading out to the farm. From fertilizer, food logistics and shipping, to milk, meat and snack producers, to rice and potato farms, China's staples and processed-food industries are attracting investors. It is a movement of capital that is a major change in a country where historical events have been tied to land reform. According to data provider Dealogic, private investment firms and corporate acquirers spent $932 million in 2009 on investments in the agribusiness and food and beverage industries in China, up from $189 ... market research, surveys and trends
Mainland consumption, private sector stocks best bets: HSBC
Forecasting strong economic growth on the mainland over the medium to long term, HSBC said diversified exposure to mainland shares will help to maximize potential return and lower portfolio risk, with the domestic consumption and private sectors being the key investment theme for 2010. While the mainland market could be volatile in the short run, fundamentals will remain strong to lead global economy, said Bonnie Lam, a director at HSBC Global Asset Management. “As domestic growth is a government priority, consumption should play a leading role in driving the economy,” Lam said at a press conference that introduced a ... market research, surveys and trends


Citic Pacific Slumps 55% on $2 Billion Currency Loss (Update5 ...
tumbled the most in 18 years in Hong Kong trading after predicting HK$15.5 billion ($2 billion) in losses from unauthorized currency bets. The unit of China's biggest state-owned investment company dropped 55 percent to close at HK$6.52. The company ousted Financial Director Leslie Chang , 54, and Financial Controller Chau Chi Yin , 52, and said yesterday in a filing its parent would help to arrange a $1.5 billion loan. ``The company may face bankruptcy if it doesn't secure the loan from its parent as banks probably won't dare to lend money to it under the current credit crunch,'' said Liu ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Clean Air Initiative: Asia - Around Asia's Markets: New fund in ...
American International Group and J.P. Morgan Chase have taken advantage of worsening air pollution in Hong Kong to start what they say will be the territory's first "green" pension fund. "Awareness of environmental issues will have some impact on where people want their money to be invested and in what types of companies," Peter Crewe, Asia regional director of pensions at AIG Global Pensions, said. The fund, called the Green Fund, will be managed by Cr�dit Agricole Asset Management and will invest in companies with good financial performance that protect and help sustain the environment. Crewe declined ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Asian Stocks to Rebound in 2nd Half, Julius Baer Says
June 11 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks may rebound in the second half as the region withstands the European debt crisis and a weakening of the recovery in the U.S., according to Bank Julius Baer & Co. Asian stocks will gain “as the U.S. recovery halo fades and the euro zone continues to battle with sentiment and negative headline drag,” Venkatraman Anantha-Nageswaran, who helps manage about $140 billion as chief investment officer at Julius Baer, said in a speech today to investors in Singapore. The European debt crisis has dampened commodity and energy prices, giving Asian nations “breathing” room on ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Emerging-Market Stocks Rise to One-Week High on Chinese Growth
June 11 (Bloomberg) -- Developing-nation stocks rose to a one-week high after a jump in Chinese retail sales boosted confidence in the global economic recovery. The MSCI Emerging Markets Index gained 1.1 percent to 917.18 by 5 p.m. in New York, extending the measure’s gain this week to 0.4 percent. Indexes in China, India, Taiwan, South Korea, Kazakhstan advanced while those in Poland, Romania and South Africa fell. China’s retail sales rose 18.7 percent, higher than the 18.5 percent estimate that matched growth in the previous month, the Beijing-based statistics bureau said today. Industrial output rose 16.5 percent ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


UK-Based Atlantis Investment Management to Subscribe 30 million ...
May 3, 2010 ... issue 30 million new shares to Atlantis Investment Management (“Atlantis”), a boutique asset management firm based in London. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
JC Management, Inc. and Joseph X. Crivelli : Admin. Proc. Rel. No ...
The Securities and Exchange Commission ("Commission") deems it appropriate that cease-and-desist proceedings be, and hereby are, instituted pursuant to Section 21C of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 ("Exchange Act") against JC Management, Inc. ("JC Management") and Joseph X. Crivelli ("Crivelli"). In anticipation of the institution of these proceedings, JC Management and Crivelli (collectively, "Respondents") have submitted Offers of Settlement (the "Offers"), which the Commission has determined to accept. Solely for the purpose of these proceedings and any other ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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billion in Hong Kong for London-based Atlantis Investment Management Ltd. Private companies now account for 70 percent of China's GDP, up from 17 percent in ...
Google Answers: What companies provide emergency management services.
I would like a list of companies that provide services to local and state municipalities after hurricanes or other natural disasters. Such services might be debris management and/or they might help local and state municipalities apply for funds from FEMA and State Agencies. The services they offer are both actual and technical and can cover a broad range. Their SIC codes might be 8711, 8741 or 8742. They might also have NAICS codes such as 541330, 541611 or 541612. A single company might provide services that fall under all of theses codes and more. Examples of companies that provide one or more of these ...
How to fund disruptive innovation within a cooperation driven by ...
Planning (2), Project Management (2), Using LinkedIn (2), Internet Marketing (1), Change Management (1), Non-profit Management (1), Supply Chain Management (1) Nils, For a starting point you'll have to accept that your proposal must fit with company strategy, it must make money in the future and it must be of acceptable (reasonably low?) risk. Otherwise senior management probably is most unlikely to fund your proposal. So in order to make them believe your proposal you'll have to either fit your proposal into strategy, or pinpoint how the strategy should be changed / strengthened to provide e.g. competitive advantage. ...