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New Investing Trend: Retailers set up Venture Capital Funds

This year, major supermarket chains such as Ulta, The Home Depot, Chipotle or Dick's Sporting Goods all set up investment funds for startups at an early stage, creating a new investing trend amid the unstable world economy.

This year, major supermarket chains such as Ulta, The Home Depot, Chipotle or Dick\'s Sporting Goods all set up investment funds for startups at an early stage, creating a new investing trend amid the unstable world economy.

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Investors pour $16B into U.S. Corporate Bond Funds in Nov

Investors poured nearly $16 billion into U.S. corporate bond funds in November 2022, this shows that the softening of inflation has helped to improve market sentiment after a severe sell-off for most of this year.

Investors poured nearly $16 billion into U.S. corporate bond funds in November 2022, this shows that the softening of inflation has helped to improve market sentiment after a severe sell-off for most of this year.

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World-renowned Hedge Funds pour Money to buy Cheap Corporate Bonds

World-renowned hedge funds are actively hunting for cheap goods in the corporate bond market with high yield but has a lower credit rating than investment level particularly and corporate bonds generally with believes that the wave of sell-off caused by the gloomy world economic outlook has gone too far.

World-renowned hedge funds are actively hunting for cheap goods in the corporate bond market with high yield but has a lower credit rating than investment level particularly and corporate bonds generally with believes that the wave of sell-off caused by the gloomy world economic outlook has gone too far.

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2 New Investing Trends of Asia's Super-Rich Investors

A recent survey by Swiss bank Lombard Odier found that Asia-Pacific super-rich investors no longer apply the "observe and wait" strategy like during the pandemic due to concerns about market volatility in the near future.

A recent survey by Swiss bank Lombard Odier found that Asia-Pacific super-rich investors no longer apply the "observe and wait" strategy like during the pandemic due to concerns about market volatility in the near future.

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Where are the Wealthy in Asia Investing their Money?

With growing concerns about inflation and market volatility, the wealthy in Asia are redirecting cautiously. 

With growing concerns about inflation and market volatility, the wealthy in Asia are redirecting cautiously. 

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Arab countries invest strongly in Egypt

Arab countries ranked the first place among the countries that invested the most in Egypt, with net direct investment amounting to $6.35 billion in the July-March period of fiscal year 2021-2022.

Arab countries ranked the first place among the countries that invested the most in Egypt, with net direct investment amounting to $6.35 billion in the July-March period of fiscal year 2021-2022.

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Where is the Capital flow from Global Investment Funds going?

According to Refinitiv Lipper, investors have net withdrawn $7.74 billion from global investment funds, compared to the capital outflow of $8.92 billion last week.

According to Refinitiv Lipper, investors have net withdrawn $7.74 billion from global investment funds, compared to the capital outflow of $8.92 billion last week.

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Foreign Investors withdraw $40 bln from emerging Asian markets

Some of the biggest stock markets in Asia (excluding China) are seeing capital outflows stronger than in previous market crises. 

Some of the biggest stock markets in Asia (excluding China) are seeing capital outflows stronger than in previous market crises. 

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Top 10 Companies in Berkshire Hathaway’s Investment portfolio

The companies that Berkshire Hathaway  is interested in tend to increase dividends over time. Below is a list of the 10 businesses that Berkshire Hathaway holds the most stocks by the end of the first quarter of 2022.

The companies that Berkshire Hathaway  is interested in tend to increase dividends over time. Below is a list of the 10 businesses that Berkshire Hathaway holds the most stocks by the end of the first quarter of 2022.

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Alphabet pours huge amounts of money to build Healthcare empire

The US medical-industrial complex also consumes 17% of GDP or $3.6 million a year.  The scale and robustness of this system explains why the tech giants are keeping an eye on it.  Few industries offer a large enough potential market to guide trillion-dollar tech companies like the health sector.

The US medical-industrial complex also consumes 17% of GDP or $3.6 million a year.  The scale and robustness of this system explains why the tech giants are keeping an eye on it.  Few industries offer a large enough potential market to guide trillion-dollar tech companies like the health sector.

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