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Third down

14 December 2015 By Neil Unmack

The U.S. investment firm’s closure of a high-yield fund, blocking withdrawals, has rattled markets. The episode echoes past failures caused by promising liquidity in illiquid assets. The Third Avenue CEO’s abrupt exit suggests flawed oversight, too. But contagion remains a risk.

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