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Afternoon meeting: South Korea aims to help out its hedge funds Add to ...

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South Korea lowers the limits to start a hedge fund to 1-trillion won, and hopes to grow its finance industry.

Are defensive stocks becoming a "crowded trade”?

A review of several indexes suggests they could be overvalued.

Placing bets on timing for Q3

The debate over when the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will release some relief heats up.

Geithner And Schaeuble say... almost nothing

Few clues offered from the meeting of the U.S. Treasury Secretary and Germany’s Finance Minister.

Private equity firms in London make time for Games

Olympic activities and shortened work hours rolled out at several companies.

Want a used Lambo? Head to China

Lots fill with pre-owned luxury vehicles as demand for high-end products slows.

More than half of Germans think they would be better off alone

Poll shows 51 per cent believe the country would be improved without the attachment to the euro zone.

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