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Magellan Flagship Fund offers global opportunities
The Magellan Flagship Fund (ASX: MFF) recorded an investment return of approximately 35% for the year to June 30 2013 and achieved a net profit after tax of $80.8 million for the financial year.
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Magellan Financial Group Ltd lifts on positive news: Should you buy?
Magellan also operates an ASX-listed fund the Magellan Flagship Fund Limited (ASX: MFF), which has delivered impressive returns in recent years.
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Bill Gross Leaves Pimco for Janus
Legendary bond investor Bill Gross has left Pacific Investment Management Co., the firm he founded in 1971, following a year of heavy outflows from his flagship bond fund and a fight with his former chief executive and heir apparent. Pimco, a unit of ...
Bond market asks if Gross will turn out to be a fox or a hedgehog  Financial Times
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UBS's John Fraser to Head Australia's Treasury as Budget Worsens
�John is an excellent executive and was a role model for the Australian UBS business,� Chris Mackay, portfolio manager of Magellan Flagship Fund Ltd. and a former head of UBS's Australia unit, said in an e-mail before the announcement. �John's ...
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Bill Gross' Former Fund: Too Big to Succeed?
Whatever the truth behind the supposed soap opera played out in Newport Beach, Calif., the facts are the flagship Pimco Total Return Fund (ticker: PTTAX ) had suffered serious outflows that shrank assets by $92 billion, including some $23.5 billion in ...
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Reinventing Jeff Vinik: From Wall Street to hockey to real estate
... the mutual fund consulting firm in Chicago, are so dazzled by Jeff Vinik that they call him ''Amazin' Jeff.
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US oil tanks barely one-third full beckon crude contango play
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. oil storage trade is back - and may be bigger than ever. Six years ago, the financial crisis led to a sudden surplus of oil and a collapse in prices, spurring a classic low-risk trade that's set to make a comeback: buying ...
The Dog Days of Summer
I'm not sure yet of any specific benefits it will realize through the potential construction of the proposed Woodside Petroleum Ltd (ASX: WPL OTC: WOPEF, ADR: WOPEY)/Royal Dutch Shell Plc (London: RDSA, NYSE: RDS/A) floating LNG project at this stage ...
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Qualcomm Beats Q1 Earnings amp; Revenues, Guidance Slashed
Firstly, the company's Snapdragon 810 microprocessor may not be used by a large customer in its flagship product (just a week ago, Bloomberg reported that Samsung decided to use its own microprocessor in its upcoming Galaxy S6 smartphone instead of ...
Looking for production cuts? Try lead not copper: Andy Home
The first casualties of lower prices are always the "halt and the lame", small-scale operators with high costs, limited cash reserves and existing operational negatives. If you're looking for a really significant casualty of lower prices, take a look ...