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The Asia Pacific Fund, Inc. (APB)

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13.19+0.10 (+0.73%)
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Previous Close13.09
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Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range13.09 - 13.19
52 Week Range9.52 - 13.56
Avg. Volume4,976
Market Cap136.44M
PE Ratio (TTM)6.82
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Market Realistlast year

    Patience Required for the Wells Fargo Asia Pacific Fund

    From a purely net asset value return standpoint, the Wells Fargo Asia Pacific Fund had a poor one-year period until March 31, 2016. But it's seeing better times in 2016.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Ex-Goldman trader's hedge fund set to join Asia's billion dollar club

    Hong Kong-based Guard Capital is set to join a tiny group of hedge funds managing $1 billion or more in Asia, sources familiar with the matter said, amid increased demand for funds betting on currencies and interest rates. The so-called macro hedge fund was launched by Leland Lim, the former co-head of macro trading for Asia Pacific ex-Japan at Goldman, and Allan Bedwick, who was the head of macro trading in Asia for Noble Group, last August with $49.4 million. This makes it the second fastest growing Asian hedge fund starting from such low base in at least the last decade, said Mohammad Hassan, an analyst at industry tracker Eurekahedge.

  • Bloomberg2 years ago

    Wall Street’s Profit Boost From Asia Derivatives Boom May Stall

    Earnings at investment banks including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Citigroup Inc. received a boost in the first half as access to China helped increase derivatives sales and trading income from the region. More exposure to Chinese markets was the biggest contributing factor to the increase in equity derivatives and overall equity sales and trading income in Asia Pacific in the first half, according to London-based analytics firm Coalition Development Ltd. Shares in Shanghai had their biggest one-day drop since February 2007 last month and have declined in four of the last five trading sessions as turnover waned and concern grew that unprecedented government intervention is driving away investors. “Most structured derivatives were driven by strong client flow from private banks and wealth managers,” Eric Li, a director in the research and analytics team at Coalition, said.