Gold is getting more attractive to hedge-fund managers even as Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says the metal’s surprising rally this year will soon fizzle.
Todd T. Westhus is poised to join George Soros and John Paulson with an unlikely wager.
Copper futures posted the biggest two-session drop in 28 months on signs of faltering economic growth from France to China, the world’s biggest consumer of industrial metals.
Walter Energy Inc., the coal producer that has lost money for six straight quarters, is negotiating an amendment to its credit agreement to refinance debt, according to a regulatory filing today.
Gold climbed for the third time in four sessions in New York as signs of a deepening crisis in Ukraine increased demand for the precious metal as a haven. Platinum and palladium retreated.
Carlyle Group LP, which completed South Korea’s biggest private-equity buyout in five years, sees more large transactions as the nation sustains its economic growth amid emerging-market turbulence.
The European Commission will propose boosting shareholder’s power to control executive pay at listed companies, in a move that it says could curtail excessive awards.
Hedge funds and other money managers raised bullish bets on Brent crude to the highest level in more than four months, data from ICE Futures Europe show.
West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes fell for the first time in three days after exports from China unexpectedly shrank, stoking speculation the world’s second-largest oil consumer may miss economic growth targets.
The following list comprises the most-read Bloomberg News reports from the past week.
Perella Weinberg’s Arbess Eyes Airline Stocks
SPX, European Debt, Who Needs Hedge Funds?: Taking Stock
Balchunas on ETFs That Track Hedge Funds
Hedge Funds’ First Quarter ETF Buys and Sell-Offs
SocGen's Hill Says Hedge Funds `Having Tough Year'