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PM Roundup: Elliott Management Vs. Samsung, GLD’s Worst Day Since 2013

New news from a familiar name: How the WisdomTree Continuous Commodity Index Fund’s (GCC) price was put at risk by an administrative oversight. Chris Dietrich, The Wall Street Journal. Hedge fund Elliott Management proposed that Samsung split its electronics business in two. Michael J. de la Merced, The New York Times. The just-ended third quarter […]
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