Hedge Funds Add 1.93% In February

Mar 7 2014 | 10:05am ET

Hedge funds bounced back 1.93% in February, according to the Greenwich Global Hedge Fund Index.

All strategies tracked by Greenwich were in the black in February, led by equity long/short funds, up 3.40% (1.43% YTD).

Event-driven strategies were up 2.05% (2.21% YTD), long/short credit up 1.41% (1.61% YTD); futures strategies up 1.24% (2.56% YTD), equity market neutral up 1.21% (1.24% YTD), arbitrage up 1.02% (1.30% YTD), multi-strategy up 0.41% (0.55% YTD) and macro up 0.22% (down 0.17% YTD).


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