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  1. UPDATE 1- BlackRock and First Reserve take $900 mln stake in Mexico pipeline project

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    Thu, 26 Mar 2015

    MEXICO CITY, March 26 (Reuters) - Asset manager BlackRock Inc and U.S. private equity firm First Reserve have taken a joint stake worth around $900 million in the second phase of Mexico pipeline...

  2. BlackRock and First Reserve take $900 mln stake in Mexico pipeline project

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    Thu, 26 Mar 2015

    MEXICO CITY, March 26 (Reuters) - Asset manager BlackRock and U.S. private equity firm First Reserve have taken a joint stake worth around $900 million in the second phase of Mexico pipeline project Los Ramones, state-controlled oil company Pemex said on Twitter on Thursday.

  3. Asset manager Blackrock cuts stake in Anglo American

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    Thu, 26 Mar 2015

    LONDON, March 26 (Reuters) - BlackRock Inc, the world's largest asset manager, has cut its stake in Anglo American, a regulatory notification filed by the mining company showed on Thursday.

  4. Finding Value in Alternative Asset Managers

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    Wed, 25 Mar 2015

    through a reduction in management fees. Do Alternative Asset Managers Have Moats? Traditional asset managers such as BlackRock BLK have earned economic moats thanks to switching costs and intangible assets. In our view, alternative asset managers

  5. Mutual Funds Adding Private Stocks

    Commentary

    Tue, 24 Mar 2015

    Valley start-ups like Uber, Airbnb and Pinterest. Big money managers including Fidelity Investments, T. Rowe Price and BlackRock have all struck deals worth billions of dollars to acquire shares of these private companies that are then pooled into mutual

  6. From Barron’s, March 23, 2015 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 21 Mar 2015

    fund companies have jumped into the private company market – Fidelity [ FCNTX , etc], Price [ PRGFX, PRNHX , etc], BlackRock , Franklin, Vanguard, Morgan Stanley [ CPOAX , etc]. There are now 70 privately held companies with $1 billion+ market

  7. From Barron’s, March 23, 2015 (Part 1)

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    Sat, 21 Mar 2015

    Cover story “The World’s Best CEOs ” Companies: DAL, MC.fr/LVMUY, BUD, BRK-A/B, AAPL, HON, JPM, BLK , NFLX, DIS, NVS, M, Tencents/700.hk/TCEHY, FCA.it/FCAU, GILD, CVS, TJX, RYA.ir/RYAAY, GOOGL, UA, HDB

  8. German watchdog slaps 3.25 mln euro fine on BlackRock

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    Fri, 20 Mar 2015

    FRANKFURT, March 20 (Reuters) - German financial market watchdog Bafin has imposed a 3.25 million euro ($3.47 million) fine - the regulator's largest ever - on investment manager BlackRock for...

  9. fed rates comments

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    Thu, 19 Mar 2015

    BlackRock Has Fed Blockhead Concern That Differs From ..... rates too soon. If you give your ear to BlackRock Inc. ’s Rick Rieder , you’ll get the opposite concern: The Fed isn ..... without it collapsing on their turn. For BlackRock ’s Rieder, however, the prolonged

  10. Sizing Up 2 Passive Target-Date Fund Series

    Video Reports

    Thu, 19 Mar 2015

    Jeff Holt: [TICKER:LIBIX] The BlackRock LifePath Index funds (LIBIX) and the ..... two is in the equity glide path. The BlackRock series hits its most conservative equity ..... the same asset classes. For example BlackRock includes REITs, both international and

    Blackrock found at 0:04

    Jeff Holt: [TICKER:LIBIX] The BlackRock LifePath Index funds (LIBIX) and the [TICKER:FQIFX] Fidelity Freedom Index funds (FQIFX) are both target-date fund series, both invest in passively managed strategies, and they both earn a Morningstar Analyst Rating of Silver. But there are distinct differences between the two. One major difference between the two is in the equity glide path. The BlackRock series hits its most conservative equity landing point of 40% in equities at the target date and will continue to hold that much in equities throughout the retirement phase, whereas the Fidelity series will have over 50% in equities at the target date but will continue to become more conservative for another 15 years. Both these series are considered passive because they invest in index funds, but that does not mean they are investing in the same asset classes. For example BlackRock includes REITs, both international and domestic, as well as international small caps, whereas Fidelity includes commodities and has a higher allocation to cash. For example, the Fidelity Freedom Income fund (FFFAX) holds as much as 30% of its assets in a money market fund, whereas BlackRock keeps its cash allocation minimal. While both of these series are solid low-cost options for target-date investors, it's important to be aware
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