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Eurekahedge Hedge Fund Index up 0.40% in November, 7.72% YTD

Friday, December 17, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - All regions posted flat to positive returns for November, with theEurekahedge Hedge Fund Index up 0.40%1 for the month and 7.72% YTD. Assets in Asian hedge funds crossed US$125 billion for the first time since December 2008.

Distressed debt hedge funds remained the best performers in 2010, up 18.89% YTD November.

Relative value hedge funds delivered six months of back-to-back positive returns, up 7.08% since June.

North American hedge funds witnessed 10 consecutive months of net positive asset flows, attracting US$56.22 billion over this period.

Hedge funds are ahead of underlying markets by 5.57% YTD November.

Due to the advanced publication deadline of the Eurekahedge Report’s December issue, we will be releasing updated asset flow figures via our Twitter account on Tuesday 21st December.

Subscribers can access the report in the usual fashion and interested parties may email database@eurekahedge.com for a sample copy.

Based on 64.51% of funds which have reported November 2010 as of 15 December 2010...Full performance table: Source
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