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Hedge Funds Disagree on Britain’s Remaining in the EU

February 16, 2016 Ryan James In the News

Economist Savvas Savouri at London-based Toscafund Asset Management believes that the UK would be a “better place” if it disengaged itself from the European Union. Savouri wrote his opinion in a report called “Britain Stands Up—Better to Exit European Union.” The Toscafund analyst stated that “If the EU doesn’t want to reform we should leave […]

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Winton Hedge Fund Posts Worse Results Since 2008

May 3, 2015 Ryan James Hedge Fund News

The month of April finished poorly for Winton Capital Management, a hedge fund that used computer algorithms to buy and sell. The $30.9 billion investment company had its largest monthly loss in seven years at its biggest hedge fund. Winton Futures Fund, valued at $12.4 billion, lost 4 percent in April, slashing its yearly gain […]

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The Ten Largest Hedge Funds in the World

June 23, 2012 James Heinsman Tops

The popular perception concerning hedge funds in general is that they are a risky business limited to only the wealthiest investors. The truth about hedge funds is slightly more complex. Hedge funds are under constant scrutiny and actively managed with an eye towards higher than ordinary market returns. Most hedge funds are only available to […]

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