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Shake-up in government funds

PETALING JAYA: The government is likely to reorganise the various funds that were set up to venture into businesses related to the new economy, following their below par performance. This came about after it was discovered that some of the funds were not able to pay back the amounts due to the government, even after many years of restructuring efforts.

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US pension funds sue six of the world's largest banks over stock lending market

NEW YORK: Three U.S. pension funds sued six of the world's largest banks on Thursday, including Goldman Sachs Group Inc and JP Morgan Chase & Co N>, accusing them of conspiring to stifle competition in the more than US$1 trillion stock lending market.

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US pension funds turn to currency for better returns

NEW YORK: US public pension funds are embracing currency hedging to bolster returns that have soured in the past year and to prevent further buffeting from extreme market movements.

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Bernanke suddenly no friend to big bond funds

NEW YORK: Ben Bernanke, the central bank chief whose massive stimulus program drove bond yields to historical lows and minted a mountain of profit for fixed-income funds along the way, is now the arch nemesis of bond mavens.

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Sovereign funds' fortunes turn as emerging assets sour

LONDON, Aug 21 (Reuters) - The world's biggest sovereign wealth funds may see their bumper profits of 2012 diminish this year as recent diversification into high-growth emerging markets starts to produce disappointing returns.

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Singapore long-only hedge funds buck the trend

SINGAPORE: Managers of long-only funds in Singapore that invest mainly in Asian stocks are winning client money, shrugging off difficulties in raising capital faced by smaller hedge funds in the region.

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Foreign funds net sellers on Bursa at RM9.8b since January

KUALA LUMPUR: Net selling by foreign funds rose to RM9.8bil since January but it still remains as the country with the second lowest outflow amongst the Asean markets monitored by MIDF Research.

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Threadneedle opens in M’sia, eyes Islamic funds

Britain's fourth largest retail fund manager, Threadneedle Investments, plans to offer a range of syariah-compliant funds in Malaysia, as the Islamic fund sector gradually revives after years of stagnant growth.

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EPF: 744,139 members invested RM29.48bil in unit trust funds

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 744,139 members of the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) had invested RM29.48bil in approved Fund Management Institutions (FMI) and unit trust funds as at end-2013.

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Foreign funds turn buyers in week ended Feb 28

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds turned buyers in the week ended Feb 28 as they bought net RM296.20mil of Malaysian equities but local funds were net sellers to meet their dividend targets, MIDF Equities Research said.