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The Emanagers Total Index decreases by -1.04% in June, +2.25% YTD

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Benedicte Gravrand, Opalesque Geneva for New Managers:

Emerging manager hedge funds posted their first negative month since October 2012, according to estimation based on the data of 227 funds listed in Opalesque Solutions' Emanagers database (1).

The Emanagers Total Index was down -1.04% last month, resulting in a year to date performance of +2.25%. The figure for May was adjusted to +0.1% (from +0.05%).

The Emanagers Hedge Fund Index lost -1.59% (+3.44% YTD), and the Emanagers CTA Index was down -0.02% and was flat YTD.

Meanwhile, the Eurekahedge Hedge Fund Index went down -1.53% in May (+2.40% YTD) and the Newedge CTA Index lost -1.50% (+1.03% YTD).

The MSCI World Index was down -2.42% (gross) and up +8.79% YTD, and the S&P500 lost -1.50% and gained +12.62% YTD.

Emanagers Index’ Charts, Tables and Methodology can be found here: www.emerging-managers.com/index-chart.html.

(1) based on 143 funds which reported their perfo......................

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