FUNDS

BAZ | 2007-02-21 16:27 | perskaitė: 465
FUNDS Citigroup's International Venture Arm Plans $3.5 Billion Fund By Justin Baer Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Citigroup Inc., the biggest U.S. bank, plans to r

Citigroup's International Venture Arm Plans $3.5 Billion Fund



By Justin Baer



Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Citigroup Inc., the biggest U.S. bank, plans to raise $3.5 billion for a fund to invest in companies in emerging markets such as India, China, Estonia and Chile.



http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aS9lQTOW9nV0





Also interesting info about GLI. Today it was very active at TSE. so may be dis news are common



http://www.glitnir.is/English/AboutGlitnir/News/?ItemId=903

Komentarai



2007 02 21 16:34     #9130
Va, čia tai man tikrai patiko.
2007 02 21 17:19     #9132
If GLI will keep on buying everything like they did today we will have a rally in TSE again...
2007 02 22 00:30     #9134
Well, let's count $3.5 bln. / 2.4 bln. (population of China, India, Chile and Estonia) = 1 euro per capita. Accordingly: To China more than 1.3 bln. euros To India more than 1 bln. euros To Chile - about 12.5 mln. euros To Estonia - aboutnear 1.4 mln. euros Well, and what we have - tears ( sorry, GLI advertising bullshit). You will argue, that to Estonia will get more, maybe ... . But the market of Estonia is too small and too overflown for the big money.
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