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Hedge funds

16 August 2011 By Neil Unmack, Margaret Doyle

Hedgies have doubtless suffered in the market rout. But painful lessons learned in 2008 have made them more robust in turbulent conditions. Their funding is more secure, and they’ve borrowed less. Still, it’s far from clear their performance merits the high fees.

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