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One Of The World's Biggest Hedge Funds Has Lost $1.8 Billion In 2016

While hardly news by now, the latest proof that hedge funds are generally having a woeful year in a world where few financial relationships make sense, comes from UK-based Lansdowne Partners, one of the world's largest hedge funds, which according to the WSJ extended its losing run last month, after its flagship Developed Markets fund suffered another 2.3% in September losses.
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