Art is not generally seen as an investable asset class. For some hedge funds, however, trading art can be as profitable as any other strategy. Kris Devasabai and Stephen Quigley examine how art is being successfully traded
Although volumes going through dark venues in Europe remains small, there are signs this type of trading will grow and could soon catch up to the US volume. Margie Lindsay looks at how hedge funds could use dark venues
The subprime crisis made investors wary of the shares of financial institutions. The share prices of these institutions have experienced exceptionally steep falls, none more so than those of the summer of 2008.
Russia's plus points are becoming more difficult to discern amid ever darker economic storm clouds. With an economy and industrial sector mired in Soviet-era techniques, it is difficult to see the upside.
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