Hedge Funds Take In $9 Billion In July

Aug 13 2010 | 11:00am ET

Investors jumped back into hedge funds just in time for the industry to turn things around.

Inflows totaled $9.3 billion in July, according to HedgeFund.net, after the industry suffered a net outflow in June. The new money from investors coincided with a return to positive performance last month, which added a further $21.1 billion to hedge fund coffers.

All told, hedge funds ended July with $2.249 trillion, 1.37% more than at the end of June.


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