Carlyle Funds Up 7% In Q1

Apr 10 2013 | 10:27am ET

The Carlyle Group's funds rose 7% in the first quarter, it said this week.

The private-equity giant's buyout funds were the stars among its fee-earning carry funds, returning 9% on the quarter. Its distressed and emerging markets business, Global Market Strategies, also saw gains of 9%.

Carlyle's energy funds rose 4%, its growth capital funds 2% and its real-estate funds 1%.


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