Iceland’s economy had collapsed at the end of 2008, when its three largest banks went bust, and its currency plummeted in value. Now after years of austerity, the government says things are improving with promising growth figures and a decreasing unemployment rate. As Barnaby Phillips reports from Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, the country is even considering joining the eurozone.
Voss Capital is betting on a housing market boom
The Voss Value Fund was up 4.09% net for the second quarter, while the Voss Value Offshore Fund was up 3.93%. The Russell 2000 returned 25.42%, the Russell 2000 Value returned 18.24%, and the S&P 500 gained 20.54%. In July, the funds did much better with a return of 15.25% for the Voss Value Fund Read More