Hedge Funds Rise In November, But Not Enough

Dec 6 2006 | 12:32pm ET

Another month, another hedge-fund beating at the hands of the Standard & Poor’s 500.

According to Hedge Fund Research’s HFRX global and strategy indices, hedge funds didn’t lose by much: The HFRX Global Hedge Fund Index returned 1.54% in November, the S&P500 1.65%. But on the year, it’s no contest and hedge funds will need a Christmas miracle to reach double-digits this year, as the HFRX Global index sits at 7.56% year-to-date. The broad-market S&P500, on the other hand, is up 12.2% YTD.


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