Amelia Pollard

SPAC Mania's Ugly End Yields $46 Billion Of Investor Losses

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At least 21 firms that went public by merging with special purpose acquisition companies went bankrupt this year.

BlackRock Is Caught In The ESG Cross Fire And Struggling To Get Out

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BlackRock is accused of favoring its ESG commitments at the expense of pension fund profits.

Citadel's Griffin Sees 60/40 Portfolio Looking Better Than At Any Recent Time

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Ken Griffin pointed to a healthy labor market and strong consumer confidence.

Michael Burry's Hedge Fund Added One Stock And Dumped All The Rest

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Scion held as much as $165 million of U.S. stocks at the end of the first quarter.

‘Dollar Ate My Profit' Is Corporate America's Lament Once Again

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After years of relatively serene global currency markets, foreign-exchange volatility has come roaring back.

Vanishing Value Trade Puts Emerging Markets At Risk Of Fed Shock

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Shares of mature companies with high dividends and cheap valuations are finding a bid in the U.S. and Europe.

CEOs To Investors: Repeat After Me, Inflation Is Transitory


The Fed recently moved toward words like “episodic” to avoid confusion over how “transitory” inflation could last so long.