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Arminius Capital hedge fund “ALPS” generates positive Chinese coronavirus returns

*LATEST* Arminius Capital hedge fund “ALPS” generates positive Chinese coronavirus returns The Arminius Capital ALPS Fund returned +1.11% for February 2020, building on its +1.38% of January. All major markets fell in February 2020: S&P500 -8.41%, Eurostoxx 600 -8.54%, NIKKEI -8.89%. To the end of February, the Arminius Capital ALPS Fund has returned +2.51% YTD 2020. (YTD 2020: S&P500 -8.56%, [...]

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Global equity futures today, across the last 5 years…

Global equity futures today, across the last 5 years... Japan: up 1% Australia: negative Europe: very negative US: up 35% 2020 and still cleaning up 2008's mess. "We're from the central bank and we're here to help". (Base:100) pic.twitter.com/A5vfhQBUHl — Arminius Capital (@ArminiusCapital) March 11, 2020  

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Geldzug: BANKS FY2019 – THE PAIN GOES ON AND ON

22 September 2019 The banking sector has underperformed the Australian market since 2015, and the results for the year to 30 September 2019 suggests that another year or two of underperformance is still to come. The latest results were dismal. Cash profits fell by 7.8% ($2.9bn) year-on-year. Revenue growth was minimal to negative as the big banks lost market share [...]

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Geldzug: BREXIT FROM A EUROPEAN VIEWPOINT

23 November 2019 In the wake of the GFC, and again after the June 2016 Brexit referendum, many fund managers left the City of London for European shores, in search of lower tax rates and less regulation, not to mention the fear that Brexit would cut them off from their clients’ money. But most of the English fund managers who [...]

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Geldzug: BANK RUNS IN CHINA

5th November 2019 In February this year, we outlined the risks of a financial crisis in China. (Published as one of our Geld Zug commentary articles: http://arminiuscapital.com.au/preparing-for-the-china-crisis/). One of the triggers for a financial crisis was a rash of problems among China’s small banks. This trigger may be taking shape right now. Another small bank suffered a run last week, [...]

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