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Q&A with The Motley Fool

Portfolio manager Bill Nygren recently participated in an interview with The Motley Fool.

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Oakmark Wins 2016 Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Award

The Oakmark Funds were selected as Lipper’s Best Equity Large Fund Group.

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The Case for Eating Your Own Cooking

We eat our own cooking, and we like management teams that eat theirs.

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A Tough Start to 2016

Despite the year’s frustrating economic start, we remain optimistic about our long-term investment success.

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Top Picks from Top Pros

As part of Money Magazine’s annual Investor’s Guide, portfolio managers Bill Nygren and David Herro were lauded for their conviction in running the Oakmark Global Select Fund.

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Finding “Value” in “Growth”

For the last few years, many value investors have complained that finding cheap stocks has been especially difficult. Harris Associates’ Robert Bierig explores why.

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Staying the Course

We believe recent market volatility has provided a great opportunity for long-term investors to buy quality businesses at lower prices.

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A Patient and Active Approach

No matter what investment landscape we find ourselves in, Harris Associates has an unwavering commitment to our active and patient approach.

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News and Viewpoints

Robert Levy to Retire from Harris Associates L.P. at Year-End

May 2, 2016

After more than 30 years of distinguished service, Robert Levy, CFA will step down as Chairman of Harris Associates, effective June 30, 2016.

The Case for Eating Your Own Cooking

March 09, 2016

We eat our own cooking, and we like management teams that eat theirs.

A Tough Start to 2016

February 10, 2016

Despite the year’s frustrating economic start, we remain optimistic about our long-term investment success.

Top Picks from Top Pros

January 31, 2016 - Money

As part of Money Magazine’s annual Investor’s Guide, portfolio managers Bill Nygren and David Herro were lauded for their conviction in running the Oakmark Global Select Fund.

Finding “Value” in “Growth”

January 20, 2016 - Robert Bierig

For the last few years, many value investors have complained that finding cheap stocks has been especially difficult. Harris Associates’ Robert Bierig explores why.

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Strategy Commentary

U.S. Equity

March 2016

U.S. equity prices were highly influenced by oil price fluctuations during the quarter. In January, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Brent-to-S&P 500 Index price movement correlation reached 97%, the highest point since 1990.

International Equity

March 2016

Central banks continued with efforts to stabilize the global economy in the first quarter. Following its meeting in March, the Federal Reserve opted to leave interest rates unchanged and indicated that its forecast for future rate hikes during the year had been trimmed from four to two.

Concentrated

March 2016

U.S. equity prices were highly influenced by oil price fluctuations during the quarter. In January, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Brent-to-S&P 500 Index price movement correlation reached 97%, the highest point since 1990.

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