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Report: Billionaire Carlos Slim ups stake in Saks

New York City -- Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, through his Inmobiliaria Carso SA investment fund, spent $8.8 million to up his stake in Saks, according to Bloomberg. 

Slim, who was Saks’s largest shareholder before the purchases and last acquired the New York-based retailer’s shares in April 2009, raised his stake to 16% from 15.7%, the report said. Slim has made it a practice to add to his investment holdings when the markets slump.

Slim’s Grupo Carso SAB operates two Saks stores in Mexico City through a licensing agreement with the company.
 

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