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Revisiting Core-Satellite Investing

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In the March article we drew on a recent Edhec-Risk Institute publication on risk control through dynamic core-satellite portfolios of exchange traded funds (ETFs) supported by Amundi (1) to look at the dynamic core-satellite approach to risk management and discuss possible extensions. Graphs and tables (PDF) As mentioned in that article, this dynamic risk management approach has a wide variety of applications. Different kinds of floors or the inclusion of goals makes possible strategies that meet particular requirements. The inclusion of a maximum drawdown constraint, for example, is of particular interest to open-end funds, ...
encompasses the country's development in the areas of transportation, communication, energy, materials, public works, public services (health care), domestic/consumer and defense technologies. Most technologies diffused in Canada came from other places. Only a small number actually originated in Canada. For more about those with a Canadian origin see Invention in Canada . The terms chosen for the "age" described below are both literal and metaphorical. They describe the technology that dominated the period of time in question but are also representative of a large number of other technologies introduced during the ...
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So the spotlight is currently shining on South Africa as it hosts the World Cup – football fever has certainly arrived. As with any major sporting event these days, people talk about the knock-on effect for the local economy. Consensus figures estimate the World Cup will add half a percentage point during 2010 to GDP growth, which is predicted by the OECD to rise 3.3 per cent in total. The global investment landscape is certainly changing and growth areas are shifting more to the emerging markets and developing countries than the developed world. In this respect, South Africa is considered the springboard into Africa. It ... market research, surveys and trends
Revisiting the Structural Separation of Telstra « Peter Gerrand's ...
This paper reviews the arguments for and against the ‘vertical’ structural separation of Telstra, following the apparent failure of nominal ‘accounting separation’ as a regulatory means for ensuring fair and equitable provision of Telstra’s wholesale pricing to itself and to its competitors. The paper argues the several national benefits of a government buy-back of Telstra’s fixed wholesale network business, and suggests a new solution as to how this might be achieved at affordable cost and without excessive political risk. The paper also spells out the implications of the opposite ... market research, surveys and trends


Revisiting marketing's lawlike generalizations
that focused on and excelled in key activities (core compe- ..... sion), and, to some extent, international (satellite ... billion a year of high-end networking equipment over the .... nearly 100 percent for color televisions (more than 100% , ..... gressively investing in substitute technologies; in the phar- ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Magnet Partners With OneAccess to Offer Next Generation Router
PARIS and DUBLIN - Magnet Networks has selected OneAccess Networks, a leader in multi service access routers, to introduce a high quality service for business broadband subscribers that will allow full utilisation of connectivity and enhanced reliability. The partnership is announced as Magnet launches a new business ADSL2+ and SDSL product range offering enterprise level services at an SME price. These include speeds upgraded to 12Mbps and 24Mbps, a fixed IP address, managed connectivity and pro-active customer service. “The OneAccess routers can be remotely monitored and configured directly by our technical support ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Revisiting Core-Satellite Investing - A Dynamic Model of Relative. Risk Managementi. Noël Amenc. Professor of Finance, EDHEC Graduate School of Business ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Export Controls on Satellite Technology
Jun 23, 2009 ... company, whether it is an investment bank selling derivatives, ... Now, at the core of this problem is that the Chinese have the ..... In this particular case I would say we are overdue for revisiting ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
EDHEC Faculty and Research - Research Centre Publications
This survey has been taken as part of the second year of the AXA Investment Managers "Regulation and Institutional Investment" research chair at EDHEC-Risk Institute. Read next page Type of document : EDHEC Publication Download file The EDHEC European ETF Survey 2010   EDHEC-Risk Institute has announced the results of the EDHEC European ETF Survey 2010, which presents the results of a comprehensive survey of 192 institutional investors, asset managers and private wealth managers conducted between January and March 2010. Read next page Type of document : EDHEC Publication Download file On the Impossibility of ...
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Murdoch: I will block Google
The billionaire told Sky News Australia he will explore ways to remove stories from Google's search indexes, including Google News. Mr Murdoch's News Corp had previously said it would start charging online customers across all its websites. He believes that search engines cannot legally use headlines and paragraphs of news stories as search results. "There's a doctrine called 'fair use', which we believe to be challenged in the courts and would bar it altogether," Mr Murdoch told the TV channel. "But we'll take that slowly." Ok, so we all know that he could simply prevent indexing, but I'm sure ...