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©BumiFrom COMPANIES 4:07amNat Rothschild ally relishes Bumi spatHashim Djojohadikusumo ready to invest if London financier succeeds


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Le dernier racket, écrit dans MarketWatch :




DAVID WEIDNER'S WRITING ON THE WALL Archives | Email alerts
Feb. 19, 2013, 6:01 a.m. EST
Buffett unleashes the ultimate Wall Street racketCommentary: Buffett’s ketchup play signals M&A wave

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Here we go again.
With Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. BRK.A +0.60%  announcing a $23 billion deal to buy H.J. Heinz Co. HNZ -0.30%  last week, the merger and acquisitions binge is officially underway. Read full story on Berkshire’s agreement to buy Heinz .
And so begins the latest wave of Wall Street’s biggest racket.
Before we venture into that, let us count the ways in which many mergers make sense. Some deals give companies access to new markets, technologies and market share. Others consolidate businesses that fit. Even some deals by private equity allow managers to make hard choices, streamline and create new efficiency. Many reward shareholders on both sides.


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Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs Group.Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s take a real look.
Most deals are driven by boards and management teams that are looking for a quick and sizeable payout. There are golden parachutes for executives who are displaced, and pockets full of rocks for the workers who are often cut in a impotent attempt to hit financial targets.
It’s important for investors to remember that a majority of these deals are fueled by Wall Street’s drive for fees, CEO egos and relentless pressure of investors large and small to cash out.
As I’ve written before, is it any wonder that serial acquirers such as Bank of America Corp. BAC -0.82%  and Citigroup Inc. C -1.08%  were at the center of the financial crisis? Their misguided purchases of Countrywide Financial, Merrill Lynch and in Citi’s case, nearly everything under the sun, created too big to fail. Read related commentary on Wall Street’s biggest scam.


With stronger stock prices as currency, investors can expect deals. Since the financial crisis, most big institutions have been shedding assets and selling businesses. But this unvirtuous cycle is about to turn. You will see more deals — and fast.
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Warren Buffett has added Heinz to the long list of American food brands he owns. Investors closely follow his investing strategies, but what if people actually ate food to follow his investments?

That it hasn’t happened sooner is the source of some angst to those who rely on CEO insecurities to make a living. Many investment banks have been loading up on “restructuring” revenue as they help companies pounded by the financial crisis and sluggish economy.
But those fees are hard-earned. Restructuring is a labor-intensive business that requires immersion into a client’s business. It’s costly. M&A advisory work, however, is a sales job. Deals are often of the cookie-cutter variety with much of the work done by law firms and the companies themselves. It’s relatively easy and very lucrative.
No surprise then that Lloyd Blankfein, the chairman and chief executive of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. GS -0.60% , was downright disheartened a couple of weeks ago when asked why M&A had not rebounded along with the economy.
“I’m kind of at a loss to explain why,” he said. See blog post on Blankfein’s comments.


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Double-dip risk has relented: Goldman

• 6 gut checks before the open: George Soros and the 'Carney Short' 

• Mark Hulbert's advice: Beware the Great Rotation (it may be mere spin)


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Buffett brand has more beans than Heinz


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American Dream died with Dow 49,200 forecast 
Paul Farrell laments focus on daily moves, quarterly earnings, year-end bonuses — and loss of long game.


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BOURSE 08:10

Le FBI examine des transactions suspectes liées au rachat de Heinz
Un compte de courtage basé à Zurich a déjà été bloqué vendredi par la SEC. Le superviseur boursier américain soupçonne un délit d’initiés autour du rachat de la marque de ketchup le milliardaire américain Warren Buffett et un fonds d’investissement brésilien.


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    7 gut checks before the opening bell: Gold delivers `death cross'

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Soap-opera turn in merger of Office Depot, OfficeMax 
Office Depot inadvertently includes deal announcement in a section of its earnings release.
• How Staples wins when rivals merge | Can office stores replace traditional paper profits? 

 • Gold tumbles | U.S. stock indexes begin session in mild decline 


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Posted by: EconMattersPost date: 02/20/2013 - 08:39
Hence the cost basis of their investments is much higher with each artificial liquidity injection. This is great for current retirees, but at the expense of future retirees who now have inflated...


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Guest Post: Visualizing Vince Farrell's 10 Investing RulesSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 02/20/2013 - 10:22
As the markets once again approach historic highs - the overly exuberant tone, extreme complacency and weakness in the economic data, bring to mind Bob Farrell's 10 investment rules.
  These rules should be a staple for any long term successful investor.  These rules are often quoted yet rarely heeded - just as they are now. Farrell became a pioneer in sentiment studies and market psychology. His 10 rules on investing stem from personal experience with dull markets, bull markets, bear markets, crashes and bubbles. In short, Farrell has seen it all and lived to tell about it. Despite endless warnings, repeated suggestions and outright recommendations - getting investors to sell, take profits and manage your portfolio risks is nearly a lost cause as long as the markets are rising.  Unfortunately, by the time the fear, desperation or panic stages are reached it is far too late to act and we will only be able to say that we warned you.


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