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UCITS hedge funds down for year after tough June, commodities lone bright spot at +2.08%

Tuesday, July 05, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - June happened to be a difficult month for most financial markets and hedge fund strategies. The UCITS Alternative Index Global is down -1.00%, bringing its year to date performance to -0.83% while the Fund of Funds Index is also down -1.35% reaching -1.52% since the beginning of the year. All strategies end the month with a negative performance. Emerging Markets and Commodities are the worst performing strategies with -1.69% and -1.50%. Fixed Income and Event-Driven are the best performing ones with -0.37% and -0.50%. On a year to date basis, the Commodities Index is still the best performer with 2.08%, followed by the Fixed Income Index with 0.95%. The CTA Index is the worst performer since the beginning of the year with -2.43%, followed by the Emerging Markets and FX Indices with both -1.72%.

Please find below the monthly performance of the UCITS Alternative Index as of June 2011.




UCITS Alternative Index Global



UCITS Alternative Index Fund of Funds



UCITS Alternative Index Commodities



UCITS Alternative Index CTA



UCITS Alternative Index Emerging Markets



UCITS Alternative Index Equity Market Neutral



UCITS Alternative Index Event Driven



UCITS Alternative Index Fixed Income



UCITS Alternative Index FX



UCITS Alternative Index Long/Short Equity



UCITS Alternative Index Macro



UCITS Alternative Index Multi Strategy



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