Century City law firm Polsinelli is boosting it Mergers and Acquisition arm with hot shot attorney Marc Leh joining the local office to add weight to the expanding company.
A member of the California Bar since 1986, Leh earned his law degree from UCLA Gould School of Law in 1986, and his B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 1982.
For the past 25 years, Leh has been involved in more than 250 merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions ranging in size from $10 million to more than $1 billion, according to Polsinelli.
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With Latin America equities likely to underperform other emerging markets in 2015 for the sixth year in a row, favor Mexico and expect weakness in Brazil, Morgan Stanley says.
While Mexico and Brazil valuations look rich, Morgan Stanley is overweight Mexico and underweight Brazil as part of its outlook for Latin America investing in 2015. Big factors in the outlook for Latin America are global and out of its control: the direction of oil prices, the effectiveness of Japan’s economic policies, and reform in China, writes Jorge Kuri, director of Latin America equity research atMorgan Stanley.
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As reported by Chuck Mikolajczak of Reuters, U.S. stocks fell on Friday, interrupting the Dow’s eight-session winning streak, as the dollar’s climb hurt oil prices and dragged on energy stocks.
The euro fell to more than a two-week low against the greenback on revived worries about Greece’s debt problems. Dollar-denominated commodities such as oil and gold fell as a stronger dollar makes them more expensive for holders of other currencies.
Regarding Greece and its huge debt burden, the European Union’s monetary affairs chief urged the bloc’s leaders to agree on a standby aid package for Greece next week. But investors fear German reluctance could hinder the effort.
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