Oaktree: “witch's brew” of bad omens for markets

Oaktree: “witch's brew” of bad omens for markets

A rash of odd investor behaviour across global markets may signal prices are topping out, according to the CEO of the world’s biggest distressed debt investor.
The Anglo-Dutch consumer group acquires the skincare business from Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs, buying into the "hallyu" wave of cultural influence.
Longtime Citi banker Ashu Khullar is promoted as Kenneth Poon leaves the banking industry.
Joseph Lau is followed by the likes of Li Ka-shing and the family behind the Chow Tai Fook empire as we run down the biggest dividend recipients from across the region.
Despite its massive size, the $7.25 billion debut issue was trading below water on first day of trading.
This year our Achievement Awards will honour fintech innovation, visionary CEOs and outstanding Belt and Road deals, as well as the usual range of categories spanning finance.

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