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Greenwich Global Hedge Fund Index bounces back 1.93% in February (1.43% YTD)

Monday, March 10, 2014
Opalesque Industry Update - The Greenwich Global Hedge Fund Index ended the month of February up +1.93%. Both bond and equity markets were up in February 2014 with the MSCI World Index up 5.21% and the Barclays Aggregate Bond Index up 0.53%.

Hedge Fund Strategy Highlights

· Hedge Funds recovered from the weakness in January to deliver a return of +1.93% for the month of February

· Long-Short Equity strategies were the best performing major strategy up +3.40% closely followed by the Event Driven Strategies which were up +2.05%.

· The Long-Short Credit strategies did well in February rising 1.41% outpacing the Barclays Aggregate Bond index which was up 0.53%.

· All eight major hedge fund strategies were positive in February.

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