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Why Buffett's bet on Japan could turn on higher inflation, weakening dollar
Berkshire said late Sunday, on Buffett's 90th birthday, it owned just over 5% of each of Itochu Corp, Marubeni Corp, Mitsubishi Corp, Mitsui & Co Ltd and Sumitomo Corp, and said it could increase its stakes to 9.9%.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire isn’t getting the love for its Apple stake
Despite the enormous size of the Apple stake, Berkshire shares slumped ...
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway reduces share count, suggesting possible buybacks
If Berkshire repurchased those shares, it might have conducted...
Buffett-backed Snowflake's value doubles in stock market's largest software debut
Among U.S.-listed companies with a market capitalization of at least $10 billion, only three companies are now more expensive than Snowflake's 2020 revenue multiple.
Warren Buffett sours on banks and likes (gulp!) gold
Buffett, the fifth-richest person in the world, has loved few things more in his life than sweets, soda and compound interest — but banking stocks have come pretty close. Buffett was there to boost them during and after the last crisis, and he’s remained a top shareholder in most of the big U.S. banks.
How Berkshire Hathaway may have been snookered in Germany
The case showed that even one of the shrewdest investors in the world can be hoodwinked.
Go ahead and call Warren Buffett a snowflake
Snowflake Inc., a fast-growing cloud-software and data-warehousing company, filed an amended offering prospectus Tuesday that revealed Berkshire will buy roughly $250 million of Snowflake shares at its IPO price and an additional 4 million shares from another stockholder.
Buffett bought up his own Berkshire stock while selling others amid rally
Buffett has shown signs of buying appetite in recent weeks, but the second-quarter results show those are a new phenomenon as the Covid-19 pandemic has slammed the economy but failed to put a permanent dent in stock-market valuations.
Unswayed by Nasdaq rout, global investors stick to buying the dip
Most money managers are either looking to buy the dip or sticking to their stock bets on expectations that stimulus measures and an economic recovery will support stock prices and offset concerns linked to the U.S. election and the development of a successful coronavirus vaccine.
Buffett seen liberating his successor with not-so-Buffett moves
By showing he’s willing to move beyond some of his long-held practices, such as an aversion to share buybacks and a propensity to stick with close-to-home investments, the billionaire investor is removing those handcuffs from his next-in-line as well.
Japanese shares close little changed, trading firms extend gains
The benchmark Nikkei share average was down 0.01 per cent to 23,138.07, after flitting between positive and negative territories. There were 72 advancers against 146 decliners.
Buffett looks to Japan with 5% stakes in five biggest trading firms
Berkshire bought the little-over 5% stakes in about a year through insurance business National Indemnity Co. Together, five 5% stakes were worth 700 billion yen ($6.63 billion), Reuters calculations showed based on Refinitiv data.
Bank stocks, RIL lift Sensex 450 points; Nifty near 11,800
Future Group stocks were among the biggest gainers on exchanges. Future Market Networks, Future Supply Chain Solutions, Future Enterprises and Future Consumer rose 5 per cent each, and Future Retail 16 per cent.
Asian stocks reach 29-month top, China services surprisingly strong
E-Mini futures for the S&P 500 climbed another 0.5%, while EUROSTOXX 50 futures added 1%.
Happy 90th birthday, Mr Buffett! We celebrate you
The chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors of all time, having amassed a net worth of ov...