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What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In Q3: The Full 13-F Summary

Today was the deadline for hedge funds to submit their Q3 13-F filings, which considering they represent a snapshot in time as of Sept 30, prior to both the October volatility spike and the presidential election, are likely totally irrelevant by this time. Still, for those who religiously focus on hedge fund position changes, here is the list.

Trump Goes To The White House At 11am To Begin Transition Process

  • 11:00 am: Trump meets with Obama in the Oval Office
  • 12:30 pm: Trump and his vice president-elect, Mike Pence, will meet with House Speaker Paul Ryan for lunch.
  • 2:45 pm: Pence and Biden will hold a closed-press meeting at the White House, the vice president’s office said.

Stalled EU-Canada Trade Deal Gets Greenlight Following Belgium Approval

One week after Canada demonstratively walked out of European trade talks, with Canada's Chrystia Freeland saying that "the European Union is not capable right now to have an international agreement, even with a country that has European values like Canada", moments ago a planned trade deal between the European Union and Canada overcame a key hurdle Thursday when Belgium said it would approve the accord.

What Hedge Funds Bought And Sold In Q2: The Full 13-F Summary

Today is the deadline for hedge funds to submit their Q2 13-F filings. Among the more notable changes was the previously reported 55% increase in Warren Buffett's Apple shares, offset by the cut in his Wal-Mart stake; Elliott's addition to stakes in security firms Qualys, Fortinet, CyberArk; ValueAct's new stakes in Morgan Stanley, Seagate; Tiger's exit of Netflix; Jana addition of Time Inc, and Soros' cut of his gold miner positions.

Prospect Capital: The Enemy Within

John F. Barry III, the founder, chairman and chief executive of Prospect Capital, a Manhattan-based business development company, can't seem to get any respect.

US Begins Upgrading Its Nuclear Bomb Arsenal

Obama has given the go-ahead for work to begin on upgrading the B61 airborne nuclear bomb, as the Pentagon is eager to embark on a multi-billion-dollar scheme to improve the US nuclear arsenal. The decision by the NNSA authorized the program to enter a post-engineering phase, which comes after four years of work. As a result, the first upgraded bombs are set to roll out by 2020. The B61 has been the principal US airborne nuclear bomb since 1968, when the first version was commissioned