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Blackstone Group LP (BX.N)

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About

The Blackstone Group L.P. is a global alternative asset manager. The Company's alternative asset management businesses include investment vehicles focused on private equity, non-investment grade credit, secondary private equity funds of funds and multi-asset class strategies. It operates through four segments: Private Equity,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.34
Market Cap(Mil.): $40,067.23
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,198.18
Dividend: 0.54
Yield (%): 6.85

Financials

  BX.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 15.04 85.09 19.01
EPS (TTM): 2.22 -- --
ROI: 20.91 6.33 0.46
ROE: 23.44 12.58 15.38

Blackstone in record $18.7 billion deal to buy U.S. warehouse assets from GLP

SINGAPORE/BENGALURU Blackstone Group LP is buying U.S. industrial warehouse properties from Singapore-based logistics provider GLP for $18.7 billion, in what the companies billed as the largest private real estate transaction globally.

Jun 03 2019

UPDATE 4-Blackstone in record $18.7 bln deal to buy U.S. warehouse assets from GLP

* Deal will nearly double Blackstone's U.S. industrial footprint

Jun 03 2019

Blackstone to buy warehouses from Singapore-based GLP for $18.7 bln -WSJ

June 2 Blackstone Group LP is buying a network of U.S. industrial warehouses from Singapore-based GLP for $18.7 billion, including debt, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday https://on.wsj.com/2IchlBR.

Jun 02 2019

Brazil's Patria to inject $126 mln into gym operator Smartfit

RIO DE JANEIRO, May 31 Brazilian private equity firm Patria Investimentos will inject roughly 500 million reais ($126 million) into Smartfit Escola de Ginastica e Danca SA by purchasing new and existing shares in the gym operator.

May 31 2019

Blackstone-backed tech company, Bitfury team up on trade finance project

NEW YORK Mphasis Ltd, an Indian technology firm majority-owned by Blackstone Group LP, has teamed up with blockchain startup Bitfury to create either a digital token or a platform aimed at automating financial services such as payments in international trade transactions between countries, an Mphasis executive said.

May 28 2019

Blackstone-backed tech company, Bitfury team up on trade finance project

NEW YORK, May 28 Mphasis Ltd, an Indian technology firm majority-owned by Blackstone Group LP , has teamed up with blockchain startup Bitfury to create either a digital token or a platform aimed at automating financial services such as payments in international trade transactions between countries, an Mphasis executive said.

May 28 2019

Blackstone, Brookfield among bidders for Anbang's U.S. luxury hotels portfolio: Financial Times

(This version of the May 21st story corrects to say 'Refinitiv', not 'Thomson Reuters' in last paragraph)

May 22 2019

CORRECTED-Blackstone, Brookfield among bidders for Anbang's U.S. luxury hotels portfolio - FT (May 21)

May 21 Private equity firms such as Blackstone , Brookfield Asset Management, Mirae Asset Management, and SoftBank-owned Fortress have put in bids of up to $5.8 billion for Anbang Insurance's portfolio of U.S. luxury hotels business, the Financial Times https://on.ft.com/2JUTnxu reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the sales process.

May 22 2019

Brookfield CEO counts on Oaktree's Marks to carry on investing

TOKYO Brookfield Asset Management's (BAM) chief executive wants Howard Marks, the veteran distressed debt guru and co-founder of Oaktree Capital, to continue his investment work, including his letters to clients, for years to come.

May 17 2019

Brookfield CEO counts on Oaktree's Marks to carry on investing

TOKYO, May 17 Brookfield Asset Management's (BAM) chief executive wants Howard Marks, the veteran distressed debt guru and co-founder of Oaktree Capital, to continue his investment work, including his letters to clients, for years to come.

May 17 2019

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