Unstructured Finance

Money manager titans who can’t wait until 2014

By Jennifer Ablan
November 11, 2013

The year can’t end fast enough for some of the world’s biggest investors.

Bill Gross, who many like to consider the King of Bonds, lost one of his prized titles last week when his PIMCO Total Return Fund was stripped of its status as the world’s largest mutual fund because of lagging performance and a swamp of investor redemptions.

Ray Dalio went into this year even more bullish than we thought

March 5, 2013

By Matthew Goldstein

Hedge fund titan Ray Dalio is really bullish on stocks and all things risky–at least he was in early January.

M & A wrap: Owners, insiders jockey ahead of LME sale

January 27, 2012

Market parties are jockeying ahead of a sale of the London Metal Exchange (LME), a deal that could radically alter the sway that banks and brokers hold over the world’s largest metals market.