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TOKYO/ LONDON, Nov 9- Hedge fund closures globally are likely to outpace launches this year for the first time in more than 16 years' of data, a leading market data tracker said on Wednesday. High-profile closures in the year to end-September include Chesapeake Partners and Perry Capital. The preliminary nine-month roll-call of closures stood at around 566,...
LONDON, Nov 7- Hedge funds and other money managers have reduced bullish bets on crude oil amid reported differences among OPEC members about how to implement their recently agreed output ceiling. The production accord left crucial details unresolved, including how the output ceiling of 32.5-33.0 million barrels per day would be shared among OPEC members.
Nov 3- Goldman Sachs Group Inc has launched a new exchange traded fund that mimics the most popular stock bets made by hedge funds, the bank said on Thursday. The new ETF is based on a popular research report put out by Goldman analysts Ben Snider and David Kostin in the Wall Street bank's research division. Both types of products are marketed to Main Street...
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