Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3 Chinese fund companies are exploring opportunities to raise assets from qualified foreign institutional investors (QFII) as the retail fund market in China continues to stagnate. However, QFII assets have not been easy to come by, as many QFII managers are not in need of mainland-based investment advisers
Published on Mon, Aug 08, 2011 at 15:24 |Â Source : Moneycontrol.com 9637 Investors following HCL Info. Share this News with them. HCL Infosystems Ltd has informed BSE that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company will be held on August 17, 2011, inter alia, to transact the following business;1.
With Europe still spasming over the debt problems in Greece, Ireland and Spain, the U.S.
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Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3 China’s official news agency has called for the US to “live within its means” in the wake of Standard & Poor’s decision to downgrade its credit rating in a scathing critique of the US debt situation that also raised the prospect of the creation of an alternative global reserve currency. The criticism highlights the vulnerability of China, the world’s biggest holder of US debt, to any changes in the US sovereign credit rating. “The days when the debt-ridden Uncle Sam could leisurely squander unlimited overseas borrowing appeared to be numbered,” said a commentary published by the official Xinhua news agency
Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3 Pakistan, China and India are among the countries to avoid for government bond investors concerned about the “sustainability” of their investments, according to Eiris, a UK-based not-for-profit research house.
Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3 Ignore the immediate market reaction to the first ever downgrade of US credit – there is bound to be a knee-jerk response. Investors should remember the underlying US fiscal situation is in no worse shape now than it was last Friday just before Standard & Poor’s announced its AA+ rating. The action is merely a trailing indicator of a situation of which investors in the world’s most analysed economy are already well aware.
Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3 Commodities have attracted much attention as an “alternative” asset class in recent years. Exposure to commodities can be obtained through direct physical investment, through commodity futures, exchange traded funds (linked to individual commodities or commodity indices) or through owning the equity (or debt) of commodity producing companies. Despite, or maybe because of, this multiplicity of ways in which exposure can be gained, there has been relatively little attention to the appropriate allocation to commodities in portfolios