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Despite cutbacks in Europe and the US, Deutsche Bank’s Asia commodities franchise continues to impress
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John Paulson gets back to his roots as an event driven investor and finds profits in mergers and restructurings in the first quarter while his big bet on gold as a hedge against inflation fails to win
The crash in the gold price in mid-April had dramatic effects on gold ETFs, but some providers say investors' allocations are holding firm
As the rapid rise in the gold price has eased, structured product creators are launching covered call and coupon-paying structures to revive returns for investors. But arguments over Ucits compliance are stalling widespread use of these more complex investments....
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