Posts Tagged “John Paulson”
by Staff Writer on January 14, 2013
What does it take for a hedge fund to beat the overall stock market?
by Staff Writer on December 3, 2012
One of the hedge funds run by John Paulson, whose prescient bets against housing where chronicled in the book “The Greatest Trade Ever,” is on track to be the second worst performer of 2012 among the universe of funds tracked by HSBC.
by Staff Writer on November 21, 2012
Prominent hedge fund manager John Paulson kept a major stake in gold in the third quarter of 2012,
by Staff Writer on October 26, 2012
In the midst of the financial crisis, the 92nd Street Y came up with a sweetheart deal for its endowment
by Staff Writer on October 23, 2012
Hedge fund manager John Paulson and the Paulson Family Foundation pledged a $100 million gift to the Central Park Conservancy Tuesday
by Staff Writer on October 9, 2012
John Paulson, the billionaire hedge- fund manager coming off record losses in 2011, further pared declines in his Gold and Advantage funds last month
by Staff Writer on September 12, 2012
John Paulson, the billionaire hedge fund manager, will be forever known on Wall Street as the man who made nearly billions shorting subprime mortgages
by Staff Writer on August 24, 2012
The blows keep coming for hedge fund manager John Paulson, with Citi Private Bank deciding it will withdraw $410 million from his Paulson & Co hedge fund, according to people familiar with the decision.
by Staff Writer on August 23, 2012
Citigroup’s private bank is pulling about $500 million from Paulson & Co., the hedge fund run by billionaire John Paulson seeking to reverse record losses in 2011
by Staff Writer on July 26, 2012
John Paulson, who is seeking to reverse record declines in his $21 billion hedge fund, may have lost as much as $64 million on his funds’ stake in NovaGold Resources Inc.