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- ARES's 30 day story count now stands at 5.
- Over the past 11 days, the trend for ARES's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 2.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about ARES are IX, BETS and FIX.
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Below are the latest news stories about ARES MANAGEMENT CORP that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate ARES as an investment opportunity.
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(Bloomberg Markets) -- In the early 2000s, before I became a reporter, I worked for GE Capital, which made loans to companies owned by private equity firms. It wasn’t glamorous: I traveled to the suburbs of Milwaukee to kick the tires on a vitamin shop and oversaw a loan to a Christmas tree farm that the credit committee hated for being seasonal. When I tried to explain my job at parties, people gave me quizzical looks.Most Read from BloombergUS Frackers Return to Haunt OPEC’s Pricing StrategyCa
(Bloomberg) -- Mubadala Investment Co. and Ares Management Corp. said they will partner with Aldar Properties on a $1 billion private credit fund to invest in real estate across the UK and Europe. Most Read from BloombergJPMorgan Is in a Fight Over Its Client’s Lost $50 Million FortuneTesla Recalls 2 Million Cars to Fix Autopilot Safety FlawsArgentina’s Milei Devalues Peso by 54% in First Batch of Shock MeasuresGoldman Trader Paid $100 Million Since 2020 Is Stepping DownCOP28 Nations Reach First
(Bloomberg) -- Sportsology Capital Partners and Ares Management Corp. are in exclusive talks to buy a stake in Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers, according to people with knowledge of the matter.Most Read from BloombergElon Musk's SpaceX Valued at $175 Billion or More in Tender OfferApple Readies New iPads and M3 MacBook Air to Combat Sales SlumpGlobal Bonds Power Ahead as Dovish Bets Take Hold: Markets WrapKevin McCarthy Leaving House Months After Ouster as SpeakerHarvard, Penn Criticized f
NEW YORK, December 05, 2023--Ares Management Corporation (NYSE: ARES) ("Ares"), a leading global alternative investment manager, announced today that it has raised approximately $3.3 billion of real estate secondaries capital, which comprises the Landmark Real Estate Fund IX ("LREF IX" or the "Fund"), General Partner commitments and affiliated vehicles.
(Bloomberg) -- A group of direct lenders led by HPS Investment Partners edged out Morgan Stanley to provide a $1.14 billion loan to Consolidated Precision Products Corp., helping the aerospace parts maker to refinance more than $1.5 billion of existing debt. Most Read from BloombergHow Suspects Laundered Billions in Singapore for YearsHarvard Alumni Rebuke Its Israel Response With Mere $1 DonationsStocks Slip as Doubt Swirls Over Soft-Landing Bets: Markets WrapMoody’s Cuts China Credit Outlook t
(Bloomberg) -- HPS Investment Partners, the private credit firm carved out of JPMorgan Chase & Co. in 2016, confidentially filed for an initial public offering, according to people with knowledge of the matter.Most Read from BloombergTesla’s Cheapest Cybertruck Will Cost $60,990 and Be Available in 2025Banking Escapees Make Billions From Private Credit BoomIsrael Says Hamas Violated Terms of Cease-Fire as Truce LapsesPutin Seizes Rights to St. Petersburg Airport From Foreign InvestorsBonds Up as
Private credit is big business in this higher interest rate environment.
On Wednesday, Ares Management got an upgrade for its IBD SmartSelect Composite Rating from 94 to 96.
Bloomberg recently discussed how a handful of investment firms control the $1.6 trillion private credit market, including Ares Management (NYSE:ARES) and Blackstone (NYSE:BX). “Private lenders have swooped into a void left by banks shying away from riskier loans amid fears of an economic slowdown. In 2022, the last year for which data is available, direct lenders deployed $333 billion of cash, an increase of 60% over the previous year, according to estimates in the report,” Bloomberg reported. S