The private equity company Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is taking full advantage of robust financial markets by selling its holdings.
That strategy resulted in a bountiful second quarter for K.K.R., which said on Thursday that profit — based on a pretax measure known as economic net income, which includes unrealized investment gains — was $501.6 million, three and a half times what it reported in the period a year earlier.
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