- THE INFLUENCE OF INVESTMENT INTERMEDIARIES ON THE CORPORATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT OF UKRAINE. Zhylinska, Oksana; Bazhenova, Olena; Bukalo, Anna // Ekonomika / Economics;2012, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p129
As the world experience shows, countries with the developed market economy are characterized by a high level of investment inter mediation, as well as by an effective cooperation and interdependence of investors and corporations. The practice of domestic corporations shows also the objective...
- Sizzling but scarce. Jones, Llewellyn // Finance Week;6/7/2004, p34
Focuses on the growing demands of financial institutions for stocks from the Famous Brands company. Reason for the growing demand for the company's stocks; Move of the company's management-controlled consortium to sell some of its shares to financial institutions; Market capital of the company.
- When We Sell. // Morningstar DividendInvestor;Apr2006, Vol. 2, p26
The article discusses guidelines for selling stocks. If the original investment thesis was accurate at the time, companies can change it. The health of an investment's economic moat will be monitored as well as management's strategy and capital-allocation practices. If the dividend is believed...
- INVESTMENT BANKING DATABASE: figs. // Investment Dealers' Digest;9/26/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 36, p42
Presents several charts depicting investment banking activities in global financial institution groups (FIG). Global FIG underwriting volume; Global volume by product; Recent global equity deals.
- INVESTMENT BANKING DATABASE: RETAIL. // Investment Dealers' Digest;9/26/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 36, p52
Presents several charts depicting investment banking activities in retail trade. Global volume by product; Top U.S. new issues bookrunners; Recent global equity deals.
- Three myths about large-caps. // Dow Theory Forecasts;7/21/2008, Vol. 64 Issue 29, p5
The article presents the myths about large capitalization stocks (large-caps). According to the investment myths, large-caps have underperformed, cannot grow profits and are expensive. However, experts proved that some of these myths are leading to positive effects on individual stocks and...
- Beyond the savings-and-loan crisis. Beim, David O. // Public Interest;Spring1989, Issue 95, p88
This article discusses crisis in the thrift industry in the U.S. It has been in crisis for nearly a decade. While there are certainly some healthy thrift institutions, there are so many weak and dying ones that they can no longer be sustained by any existing mechanism. The industry's entire net...
- Morley rejigs process to boost performance. Lewis, Adam // Fund Strategy;7/30/2007, p7
The article reports on the move of Morley to alter the investment process used by its range of 14 Asian portfolios. The group has applied the investment process used by its emerging markets team which was headed by Mark Artherton, in an attempt to bolster performance onto its Asian equity funds....
- Capital Mobility and the Origins of Stock Markets. Verdier, Daniel // International Organization;Spring2001, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p327
I illustrate the accepted, though hardly researched, idea that political institutions play a role in locking in factor specificity across sectors, space, and borders. I use the emergence of modern capital markets in the nineteenth century, a process that threatened to redeploy financial...