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  •  - Sprott, chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager for Sprott Asset Management, participates in a panel discussion during the Skybridge Alternatives Conference in Las Vegas

    Sprott, chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager for Sprott Asset Management, participates in a panel discussion during the Skybridge Alternatives Conference in Las Vegas

    Posted: 5/10/2012 12:54:30 AM EST
    Eric Sprott, chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager for Sprott Asset Management, participates in a panel discussion during the Skybridge Alternatives (SALT) Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada May 9, 2012. SALT brings together public policy officials, capital allocators, and hedge fund managers to discuss financial markets. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Sprott, chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager for Sprott Asset Management, participates in a panel discussion during the Skybridge Alternatives Conference in Las Vegas

    Sprott, chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager for Sprott Asset Management, participates in a panel discussion during the Skybridge Alternatives Conference in Las Vegas

    Posted: 5/10/2012 12:21:22 AM EST
    Eric Sprott, chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager for Sprott Asset Management, participates in a panel discussion during the Skybridge Alternatives (SALT) Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada May, 9, 2012. SALT brings together public policy officials, capital allocators, and hedge fund managers to discuss financial markets. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - File photo of a woman leaving a branch of Bank of China in Beijing

    File photo of a woman leaving a branch of Bank of China in Beijing

    Posted: 5/3/2012 1:13:07 AM EST
    A woman leaves a branch of Bank of China in Beijing in this July 6, 2011 file photo. Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings sold shares in in China Construction Bank (CCB) and Bank of China for $2.5 billion, according to term sheets seen by Reuters, in a reshuffle of its sprawling $150 billion portfolio that still bets on China's long-term potential. REUTERS/Jason Lee/Files (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
  •  - File photo of a staff member being reflected in a Temasek Holdings logo in Singapore

    File photo of a staff member being reflected in a Temasek Holdings logo in Singapore

    Posted: 5/3/2012 1:02:15 AM EST
    A staff member is reflected in a Temasek Holdings logo at their headquarters before the presentation of Temasek's annual review in Singapore in this September 17, 2009 file photo. Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings sold shares in two of China's largest banks for $2.5 billion, according to term sheets seen by Reuters on May 3, 2012, in a reshuffle of its sprawling $150 billion portfolio that still bets on China's long-term potential. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash/Files (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
  •  - A view of the Merck & Co. campus in Linden, New Jersey

    A view of the Merck & Co. campus in Linden, New Jersey

    Posted: 4/27/2012 10:48:48 AM EST
    A view of the Merck & Co. campus in Linden, New Jersey March 9, 2009, after Merck & Co Inc said it would acquire Schering-Plough Corp in $41.1 billion deal, widening Merck's pipeline and diversifying its portfolio of medicines. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky
  •  - File photo of cases of Pepsi displayed for sale in Carlsbad

    File photo of cases of Pepsi displayed for sale in Carlsbad

    Posted: 4/26/2012 12:21:31 PM EST
    Cases of Pepsi are displayed for sale in Carlsbad, California in this February 7, 2012, file photo. For PepsiCo, 2012 is a transition year as it ramps up marketing, cuts thousands of jobs and streamlines its portfolio to improve its performance, especially in its North American drink business. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - Gordon Crawford, portfolio manager of Capital Research, speaks to reporters as he arrives at the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley

    Gordon Crawford, portfolio manager of Capital Research, speaks to reporters as he arrives at the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley

    Posted: 4/18/2012 8:24:22 AM EST
    Gordon Crawford, portfolio manager of Capital Research, which is Yahoo Inc's biggest investor, speaks to reporters as he arrives at the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley, Idaho July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
  •  - Gordon Crawford, portfolio manager of Capital Research, speaks to reporters as he arrives at the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley

    Gordon Crawford, portfolio manager of Capital Research, speaks to reporters as he arrives at the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley

    Posted: 4/18/2012 8:23:49 AM EST
    Gordon Crawford, portfolio manager of Capital Research, which is Yahoo Inc's biggest investor, speaks to reporters as he arrives at the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley, Idaho July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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    Posted: 4/6/2012 11:50:45 AM EST
    FILE - This undated file photo provided by Mount & Nadler, shows mutual fund manager Bruce Berkowitz, portfolio manager of the Fairholme Fund. That fund posted a 31 percent first-quarter 2012 return, best among hundreds of peers in the fund?s large-cap value category. (AP Photo/Mount & Nadler, File)
  •  - Japan's Trade Minister Yukio Edano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Japan's Trade Minister Yukio Edano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 4/6/2012 8:24:44 AM EST
    Japan's Trade Minister Yukio Edano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo, in this photo released by Kyodo April 6, 2012. Japan should aspire to phase out nuclear power completely, its energy minister said on Friday, even as the government struggles to persuade a wary public that it is safe to restart reactors after the world's worst nuclear crisis in 25 years. Edano, whose trade portfolio makes him responsible for energy, couched his remark as a personal and not necessarily realistic view - though it could still anger utilities and industries eager to see nuclear power bounce back. Mandatory Credit REUTERS/Kyodo (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS DISASTER) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. MANDATORY CREDIT. JAPAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN JAPAN. YES
  •  - Japan's Trade Minister Yukio Edano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Japan's Trade Minister Yukio Edano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 4/6/2012 7:02:48 AM EST
    Japan's Trade Minister Yukio Edano speaks during a news conference in Tokyo, in this photo taken by Kyodo April 6, 2012. Japan should aspire to phase out nuclear power completely, its energy minister said on Friday, even as the government struggles to persuade a wary public that it is safe to restart reactors after the world's worst nuclear crisis in 25 years. Edano, whose trade portfolio makes him responsible for energy, couched his remark as a personal and not necessarily realistic view - though it could still anger utilities and industries eager to see nuclear power bounce back. Mandatory Credit. REUTERS/Kyodo (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. JAPAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN JAPAN. MANDATORY CREDIT. YES
  •  - An employee checks dollar bills at a money changer in Manila

    An employee checks dollar bills at a money changer in Manila

    Posted: 3/28/2012 4:07:32 AM EST
    An employee checks dollar bills at a money changer in Manila March 28, 2012. The local peso currency has sustained its strength against the US dollar so far this year, supported by inflows of portfolio money into the stock market and strong remittances from overseas Filipinos. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - A worker inspects hundred-dollar bills before exchanging it for Philippine pesos inside a money changer in Manila

    A worker inspects hundred-dollar bills before exchanging it for Philippine pesos inside a money changer in Manila

    Posted: 3/28/2012 4:06:50 AM EST
    A money changer inspects hundred-dollar bills before exchanging them for Philippine pesos inside a money changing booth in Manila March 28, 2012. The local peso currency has sustained its strength against the US dollar so far this year, supported by inflows of portfolio money into the stock market and strong remittances from overseas Filipinos. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    Posted: 3/27/2012 1:25:10 AM EST
    Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Temasek's head of portfolio management, speaks during an interview with Reuters at Temasek Holdings' office in Singapore March 23, 2012. Temasek Holdings, the smaller but more visible of Singapore's two sovereign funds, is moving into a new phase with its investment strategy, and could look more like Blackstone Group, another $160 billion institution, which has grown from a focused private equity firm to a global asset manager. Sandrasegara, who many see as being groomed for the top job, points out that as a long term, equity investment fund with a single shareholder, Temasek has nearly 80 percent of its portfolio in listed shares, putting it at the mercy of the market's twists and turns. Picture taken March 23, 2012. To match Exclusive TEMASEK/ REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:39:10 AM EST
    Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Temasek's head of portfolio management, speaks during an interview with Reuters at Temasek Holdings' office in Singapore March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez
  •  - To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:33:01 AM EST
    Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Temasek's head of portfolio management, speaks during an interview with Reuters at Temasek Holdings' office in Singapore March 23, 2012. Temasek Holdings, the smaller but more visible of Singapore's two sovereign funds, is moving into a new phase with its investment strategy, and could look more like Blackstone Group, another $160 billion institution, which has grown from a focused private equity firm to a global asset manager. Sandrasegara, who many see as being groomed for the top job, points out that as a long term, equity investment fund with a single shareholder, Temasek has nearly 80 percent of its portfolio in listed shares, putting it at the mercy of the market's twists and turns. Picture taken March 23, 2012. To match Exclusive TEMASEK/ REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:31:10 AM EST
    Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Temasek's head of portfolio management, poses after an interview with Reuters at Temasek Holdings' office in Singapore March 23, 2012. Temasek Holdings, the smaller but more visible of Singapore's two sovereign funds, is moving into a new phase with its investment strategy, and could look more like Blackstone Group, another $160 billion institution, which has grown from a focused private equity firm to a global asset manager. Sandrasegara, who many see as being groomed for the top job, points out that as a long term, equity investment fund with a single shareholder, Temasek has nearly 80 percent of its portfolio in listed shares, putting it at the mercy of the market's twists and turns. Picture taken March 23, 2012. To match Exclusive TEMASEK/ REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:29:18 AM EST
    Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Temasek's head of portfolio management, speaks during an interview with Reuters at Temasek Holdings' office in Singapore March 23, 2012. Temasek Holdings, the smaller but more visible of Singapore's two sovereign funds, is moving into a new phase with its investment strategy, and could look more like Blackstone Group, another $160 billion institution, which has grown from a focused private equity firm to a global asset manager. Sandrasegara, who many see as being groomed for the top job, points out that as a long term, equity investment fund with a single shareholder, Temasek has nearly 80 percent of its portfolio in listed shares, putting it at the mercy of the market's twists and turns. Picture taken March 23, 2012. To match Exclusive TEMASEK/ REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:27:22 AM EST
    Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Temasek's head of portfolio management, speaks during an interview with Reuters at Temasek Holdings' office in Singapore March 23, 2012. Temasek Holdings, the smaller but more visible of Singapore's two sovereign funds, is moving into a new phase with its investment strategy, and could look more like Blackstone Group, another $160 billion institution, which has grown from a focused private equity firm to a global asset manager. Sandrasegara, who many see as being groomed for the top job, points out that as a long term, equity investment fund with a single shareholder, Temasek has nearly 80 percent of its portfolio in listed shares, putting it at the mercy of the market's twists and turns. Picture taken March 23, 2012. To match Exclusive TEMASEK/ REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    To match Exclusive TEMASEK/

    Posted: 3/27/2012 12:22:52 AM EST
    Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, Temasek's head of portfolio management, speaks during an interview with Reuters at Temasek Holdings' office in Singapore March 23, 2012. Temasek Holdings, the smaller but more visible of Singapore's two sovereign funds, is moving into a new phase with its investment strategy, and could look more like Blackstone Group, another $160 billion institution, which has grown from a focused private equity firm to a global asset manager. Sandrasegara, who many see as being groomed for the top job, points out that as a long term, equity investment fund with a single shareholder, Temasek has nearly 80 percent of its portfolio in listed shares, putting it at the mercy of the market's twists and turns. Picture taken March 23, 2012. To match Exclusive TEMASEK/ REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)