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Greenwich Global Hedge Fund Index up 1.11% in September (+4.73% YTD)

Thursday, October 04, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Greenwich Alternative Investments announced that the Global Hedge Fund Index gained 1.11% in September (+4.73% YTD).

Hedge Fund Strategy Highlights:

  • Over all, positive trends continue for most strategies in September
  • Long-Short Equity strategies produce highest returns up 2.12% on average in the month
  • Futures managers slip -1.23% on average in September, making Managed Futures the only losing strategy for the month. This strategy is now down -0.19% Year-To-Date
  • Year-To-Date, Long-Short Credit remains the top performing startegy in 2012 up 8.64%


September YTD
Greenwich Global Hedge Fund Index 1.11% 4.73%
Equity Market Neutral 1.15% 2.65%
Event-Driven 1.88% 6.65%
Arbitrage 1.19% 7.83%
Long/Short Equity 2.12% 5.63%
Futures -1.23% -0.19%
Macro 0.71% 3.10%
Long/Short Credit 1.10% 8.64%
Multi-Strategy 0.04% 3.99%

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