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Pruned hedges

15 July 2009 By Richard Beales

After a dismal 2008, they had a strong first half. One reason: with losses, withdrawals and, above all, a huge reduction in leverage, they wield only about a quarter of the nearly $10 trillion firepower they had at their peak. So trades are less crowded and more profitable.

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