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Blackstone Inc.

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41.16P/E
15Forward P/E
1.87P/E to S&P500
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4.53%Div Yield
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Blackstone $BX Predicts the UK could outperform the US as an investment destination in 2023 because of the pound’s decline and the greater returns that companies offer, according to Blackstone Inc. (BX)’s Jonathan Gray. 1/
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A new candidate for a wheel strategy: $BX Put strike 76.0 for 03-Feb-23: 💵 Return is 1.5% and 25.0% annualized 💵 Breakeven is 12.1% away 💵 Dividend yield if assigned is 5.8% 🔮 Annualized covered call return is 55.4% 🔥 See more here: https://t.co/DYh6y4AeYh https://t.co/KzoSAPtJJJ
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$BX Top analyst price target for next week..📈📉..🚀 https://t.co/2pFDlgUi1d
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Interesting take on UC / $BX $BREIT transaction - This guy should have more followers: #REITs $VNQ
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$bx looks ready for a move up.
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#jueves Upgrade Por Price target $BX #WFC 201-207 $BZUN #JPM 9-10 $EVR #GS 105-125 Downgrade Por Price target $CHRW #JPM 103-90 $JEF #GS 40 $LEVI #C 19-17
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If the UK is to foster a new golden era for life sciences, scientists and innovators across the country must have the funding and lab space they need. @thetimes takes a look at how $BX is helping the nation’s biotech sector to reach its full potential: https://t.co/S5Xxc92NTF
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We called inflation early & positioned our credit strategies defensively for a higher rate environment. Carlos Whitaker, Sr. MD in $BX Credit, joined @LPCLoans Lending Lowdown podcast to share how we’re protecting capital by focusing on floating rate debt: https://t.co/9wSrPnfQHL https://t.co/yGMMQmnvlc
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"Talent is a process, not an event,” says Courtney della Cava, Global Head of Talent for the $BX Portfolio. Learn more about how we advise our companies on recruitment & talent development, to help create long-term value across our portfolio: https://t.co/NSLtqKpqF5 https://t.co/qx1hFbEfNs
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The UC investment in BREIT is interesting. Most coverage has been positive, calling it a savvy move by UC, but it seems like a bad deal to me. By my calculations UC is losing $500mm right off the bat, even with Blackstone’s collateral. A little analysis: https://t.co/IUalpN5OJv
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those $BX puts from yesterday are down about -10%, if the market pops on CPI I might join that flow. They are 60P 3/17, will wait for now
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Again, whoever in the UC system thought that investing in $BX #BREIT especially with Nov losses needs to be fired or those who hold retirement with UCRegents should be weary. Especially with how overstretched #RealEstate is and how #Fed wants it to drop https://t.co/VBYrVMSYBX
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University of California to Invest $4 Billion in Blackstone’s BREIT #RealEstate Vehicle The venture will have an 11.25% hurdle rate, meaning that if BREIT’s net annualized return exceeds that rate, $BX will get an extra 5% incentive fee https://t.co/P18zfzz3g4 #PrivateEquity https://t.co/Dq1qja2MO9
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Blackstone Inc, $BX, has said it secured a 4 billion dollar investment from the University of California for its unlisted, private real estate income trust (the BREIT) which had seen massive investor redemptions last month, per Reuters
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This is the clearest explanation of the $BREIT deal. This is accomplished via JV/side letter. Good deal for both parties. I'm no $BX bull but I think it's a stretch to say they would only make this deal from a position of weakness
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@FrankieFF_ @willis_cap @Frazier_Cap To produce an 8.7% net return BREIT needs to do around 11% gross. If they do 11% gross they can pay UC its min return without eating into the BX $1bn contribution. If BREIT does >11% gross then BX gets a 17.5% promote on UC investment, 5% more than the usual 12.5%.
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UC Investments (University of California) to invest $4B in BREIT: "As part of the agreement, Blackstone will contribute $1B of its current holdings in BREIT to support an 11.25% minimum annualized net return for UC Investments over the effective 6-year hold period" $BX https://t.co/3C95dBsYO6
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The UC investment is not really preferred equity at the entire entity level right? Just gets common equity returns (from todays NAV!) plus $1B of subordination from $BX balance sheet, correct? So they earn whatever everyone earns, and eats into the $1B to get to 11.25% as needed?
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What’s it called when you guarantee a min return to someone and use their capital to pay out redeeming investors? And what happens if you blow through your backstop on the min return? $BX https://t.co/ZTokqnlYbE
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Great job by $BX bringing in $4B liquidity to meet $BREIT redemption requests. BUT, what does an 11.25% cost of equity tell us about the current valuation marks? Someone offers you a life raft, you take it. h/t @DonutShorts #BREIT https://t.co/q1jqjDqt3Y
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The fact that $BX had to offer these terms to get an investment is terrifying. https://t.co/cdJK2LtKym
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“ …even with a tough 2022, private capital managers have had a good run. Blackstone alone raised $270bn in 2021 and is soon poised to crack the assets threshold of $1tn.” https://t.co/gA4LpVSjtm @FT #lbo #PrivateEquity #mergers #lp #ennovance #investor ht @Preqin https://t.co/TdEyOXbf6H
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Blackstone CEO responds to concerns about BREIT: "BREIT is some of our best work...the idea...[that] there is something going wrong with this product because some people are redeeming, is conflating completely incorrect assumptions, completely incorrect assumptions" $BX https://t.co/IRBpQw9HZu
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