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The company is closing ranks against unprecedented pressure from activist investors.
For investors looking to capitalize on the coming renewable energy boom, this MLP is very attractive.
A trio of publicly traded Brookfield LPs offers investors an entree into profitable niches in the infrastructure, commercial real estate and electric power sectors.
India's property market is increasingly institutionalized, and now it's available to retail investors, too.
Brookfield Asset Management has announced its plans to acquire about 62% of Oaktree Capital Group for $49/share. Payment is half cash and half stock. The senior management of OAK will continue to own nearly 40% of Oaktree and, for now, both business...
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In a marked contrast to their quest for risk last year, when India and Indonesia rated top in attractiveness, institutional investors are searching out safe real estate in Asia -- with another camp questing for stable emerging markets.
Real estate is finally back in fashion for investors, with assets topping $2.5 trillion. Those looking for something a little higher along the risk-reward curve are coming to Asia.
Tiny markets like Malta, Lithuania and Iceland are up there with leader Turkey in terms of home-price growth over the last year.
Tokyo and Sydney ditched for speculative plays, a new report shows.
Property owner Brookfield Asset Management is well positioned for the current low interest rate environment as institutional investors seek alternatives to bonds like real assets
Brookfield and Stratus have impressive property portfolios.
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Peter Lynch-based strategy points to Brookfield's assets.
Some REITS are trailing the levels you might associate with a peaking market.
Expanding the search for cheap stocks to a global pursuit shows there is a limited supply worldwide.
Dan Ferris, author of the Extreme Value newsletter, explains why he recommends Brookfield Asset Management.
The portfolio manager commentary from this legendary fund offers insightful ideas for value investors.