There’s the 2006 article where he says that everybody should invest in credit default swaps, specifically by buying stock in a company called GFI Group: A few days after its January 2005 IPO, I bought a few hundred GFI shares (GFIG on …
GFI estimates that developing countries have lost as much as ... The assets covered by the amnesty include “real estate, mortgaged assets, stock and shares, bank accounts, bullion, cash, jewels, paintings, accounts and loan receivables, …
Gold Fields has a primary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) Limited, with secondary listings on the …
Wealth earned from crime, corruption and tax evasion, and illegally taken out of the country tops India's total spending on education or health, according to a new study by financial watchdog Global Financial Integrity (GFI). Average yearly …
In troubled times, bargain hunters typically feast on a buffet of beaten-down stocks. But the managers of the First Eagle ... points and ranks in the top ten of all international stock funds. Eveillard, who also co-manages three other funds, plans …
BGC owns GFI Group Inc., a leading intermediary and provider of trading ... Inc., which has Class A common stock trading on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbol (NASDAQ: NMRK). Statements in this document …
Gold miners slumped Wednesday as futures for the commodity slumped to four-month lows after minutes form the Federal Reserve Policy meeting suggest officials were still considering ways to exit or curb stimulus measures. "The minutes …
European stock markets are mixed, with Britain's FTSE up 0.3% and ... BGP Partners agreed to buy rival GFI for $778 million. The Wall Street Journal notes, "BGC will pay $6.10 a share for GFI and will gain control of GFI's board, which …
The amount of illicit financial flows out of Africa is staggering. According to estimates by Global Financial Integrity (GFI), these flows amounted to ... The second simulation used capital stock instead of investment as the variable capturing …
The Global Financial Integrity (GFI) has estimated that the cumulative stock of illicit financial flows from Africa amounted to US $865 billion between 1970 and 2008 and that the figure could be as high as US$1.8 trillion. Annual outflows from …