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Hedge funds gain 0.28% in January - Hedge Fund Intelligence Composite Index

Monday, February 07, 2011
HedgeFund Intelligence reported that hedge funds on a global basis gained a median 0.28% for January.

HedgeFund Intelligence Global Indices

Jan-11

 

 

Equity

0.24%

Macro

-0.40%

Managed Futures

-0.38%

Event Driven

0.75%

Emerging Market Debt

-1.03%

Emerging Market Equtiy

-1.17%

Composite

0.28%

 

 

AR Indices (Americas)

Jan-11

Commodities

2.36%

Convertible & Equity Arbitrage

1.46%

Credit

1.45%

Distressed

2.50%

Event Driven

1.90%

Fixed Income

0.44%

Global Equity

0.44%

Latin American Debt

-0.26%

Latin American Equity

-1.06%

Macro

-0.39%

Managed Futures

-0.38%

Mixed Arbitrage

0.54%

Mortgage Backed Securities

2.81%

Multi-Strategy

1.60%

Technology

1.58%

US Equity

0.31%

Composite Index

0.48%

For full performance data for the Americas, Europe and Asia, please see the HFI Global Indices. Source

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