Post Profile






PM Funds Roundup: First Brazil Bond ETF; CTA Profits; Jobs Report Data

Commodity trading advisers, or CTAs, may be making bit profits by betting against the UK’s falling currency. Laurence Fletcher, The Wall Street Journal. Two big hedge funds that shorted Deutsche Bank are pulling back on their bearish bets. Maiya Keidan and Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Bloomberg. Get ready for the first Brazilian government bond ETF. Paul Kilby and […]
read more

share

Related Posts


Currency hedge funds are making huge comeback

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Hedge funds that bet on currencies are reaping the rewards for the beginning of 2015. According to the Wall Street Journal, currency hedge funds gained 3.4% in January, compared to a 0.5% gain in stock-trading hedge funds and a 0.9%...

Some of the biggest hedge fund names in the world are loading up on bets against China's currency

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

Some of the biggest hedge fund names in the world are loading up on bets that China will sharply devalue its currency, according to the Wall Street Journal.  According to a WSJ report published Sunday, Kyle Bass, Stanley Druckenmill...

The Next ‘Big Short’? Hedge Funds are Tilting Against the Chinese Yuan

Business & Finance / Investing : Focus on Funds

Big hedge funds are betting against the Chinese currency as the mother of all macro calls. Juliet Chung and Carolyn Cui at The Wall Street Journal report that a slew of big-name hedge fund managers are tilting at Chinese authorities...

A New York hedge fund is making a $1 billion bet on more bond market pain

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Perry Capital, a $10 billion New York-based multistrategy hedge fund led by Goldman Sachs alum Richard Perry, is making a $1 billion bet against investment-grade corporate bonds, according to The Wall Street Journal. The Journal rep...

Big Hedge Funds Said to Bet Against Euro

Business & Finance : DealBook

Some major funds are betting against the European single currency, following a supper attended by top managers from SAC Capital Advisors, Soros Fund Management, and Greenlight Capital, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC