Blue Mountain Digs In For The Long Haul As It Takes Profits On Puerto Rico Debt And Subprime LenderMichelle Jones
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Blue Mountain Credit Alternatives Fund was up 0.3% for Class S and 0.43% for Class L shares for the second quarter. For the first six months of the year, Class S is down 3.64% while Class L is down 3.4%. The Blue Mountain team said although these returns are "disappointing,"
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