China Investment Corp

China Investment Corp. Chairman Ding Xuedong looks past possible frictions to investment opportunities.
As a result of plunging oil prices and challenging equity markets, many of the world’s biggest sovereign funds face redemptions as their governments try to plug budgetary holes.
Chairman Ding Xuedong overhauls management and strategy at sovereign fund; will closer ties with Beijing frustrate efforts to expand in U.S.?
Japan’s largest bank takes earnings hit; China data disappoints; flash crash in Hong Kong; New Albion’s Brian Reynolds on the surge in corporate bond issuance.
The almost somber mood among investors and managers at this week’s annual SALT conference reflected hedge funds’ recent struggles.
S&P 500 earnings announcements exceed forecasts; Goldman beats estimates; Japan’s Seven-Eleven moves to pacify activists.
As chair and CEO of the Chinese sovereign wealth fund CIC, Ding Xuedong enjoys the trust of President Xi Jinping and other senior leaders.
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Chinese sovereign wealth fund equity investment fails to curb sell-off; Donald Trump takes aim at alternative managers.
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