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We spend money on and originate loans to provide financing to clients. These investments and loans are usually longer-term in nature. We make investments, some of that are consolidated, directly and indirectly through funds and separate accounts that people manage, with debt loans and securities, private and public equity securities, and real estate entities.

Those initiatives, to the surprise of several observers, succeeded largely. Of this month As, U.S. 4% of a 43-12 months high. 35. For an industry that was pressing its cost-cutting initiatives to the limitations already, the new declines are a devastating blow. December 28 – Associated Press (Alex Veiga): “There’s a dark side to people delightfully low gas prices: Housing marketplaces are slumping in communities that were recently flush from the U.S. Sharply this season in North Dakota and the Western world Texas metropolitan areas of Midland and Odessa Home sales are down. Home sales have also slowed in El Paso, and, more recently, in Houston.

The drilling increase… brought thousands of workers to oil fields in a number of states to run drilling rigs and supply the gear and services needed to produce crude. Then the price of oil tanked, this season not seen because the financial meltdown plummeting by fifty percent in late 2014 and reaching levels. December 30 – Bloomberg (Sarah Mulholland): “For commercial real estate investors, the nice times may over be.

The Federal Reserve’s first interest-rate upsurge in nine years has removed a crutch that’s helped maintain 33 consecutive a few months of price development of at least 10% and cushioned returns for structures from office towers to luxury hotels. December 28 – Bloomberg: “China’s banking regulator organized planned limitations on thousands of online peer-to-peer lenders, pledging to ‘purify the market’ as failing platforms and suspected frauds highlight risks within a flourishing industry. Online systems shouldn’t take debris from the public, pool traders’ money, or guarantee results, the China Banking Regulatory Commission said…, posting a draft rule that’ll be its first for the industry.

The thrust of the CBRC’s strategy would be that the systems are intermediaries — matchmakers between borrowers and lenders — that shouldn’t themselves raise or provide money. It rules out P2P sites distributing wealth-management products, a strategy that some hoped would diversify their revenue sources. ‘The rule is quite tight,’ Shanghai-based Maizi Financial Services, which operates a P2P site and other investment platforms, said in a statement. December 29 – Washington Post (Simon Denyer): “Careless chat could cost you your task.

Especially if you bad-mouth the manager. Chinese President Xi Jinping has completed the most far-reaching anti-corruption marketing campaign in the Communist Party history – and, at the same time, the harshest crackdown on free speech in decades. Now he further is tightening the screws, outlawing internal dissent within the party through new disciplinary rules which have led to the firings of an academic, a newspaper’s editor and a mature officer for ‘improper discussion’ of authorities plan.

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December 28 – Bloomberg: “Chinese corporate and business defaults will probably spread next calendar year as borrowing costs climb, financial companies surveyed by Bloomberg said. All 22-relationship traders, analysts among others surveyed forecast China’s corporate and business-default rate will rise in 2016, while over 70% expect the extra yield on corporate notes to increase.

The high quality on a five-year AA rated company securities over authorities notes has increased to 175.9 but after plunging to an eight-year low of 169.2 bus last month. More firms in China are struggling to repay debt amid the worst financial slowdown in 25 % century. December 31 – Wall Street Journal (John Lyons): “After a year where the currency crashed, the overall economy shrank and Congress started impeaching President Dilma Rousseff, many Brazilians are requesting: Just how much worse did it get? ‘It shall get worse before it gets worse,’ read a recent newspaper’s headline.