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Institutional Investment, Common Ownership and Antitrust

BY | June 14, 2017

By Xavier Vives – The growth of institutional investment has been formidable. This rise of diversified institutional investment has raised antitrust concerns, mostly in the U.S. One reason is that the proportion…

By Xavier Vives –

The growth of institutional investment has been formidable. This rise of diversified institutional investment has raised antitrust concerns, mostly in the U.S. One reason is that the proportion of U.S. public firms in the hands of institutional investors, which at the same time hold large blocks of other firms in the same industry, has grown dramatically. The result is that top shareholders of the main companies in quite a few industries are funds such as BlackRock, Van

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