Hedge Fund AUM Increases $100 Billion Despite Underperformance
Long-only hedge funds outperformed in October, while distressed debt strategies underperformed, and asset flows have increased assets under management by $100 billion so far this year, according to research from Eurekahedge.
“US related news dominated global markets for most of the month starting with the 16 day partial shutdown of the government,” reads the Eurekahedge report. “The shutdown was ended mid-month, which . . .
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