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Trend-followers’ fallout ensnares Winton Capital

by OWEDE AGBAJILEKE, Abuja

February 7, 2018 | 4:34 pm
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Trend-following quantitative hedge funds were among the biggest victims of the current market turmoil, wiping out much of their 2018 gains in two torrid days of trading and undercutting their status as risk-mitigation tools. Surging global share prices during January lured in more money from computer-driven hedge funds that ride market momentum, but the sudden…

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by OWEDE AGBAJILEKE, Abuja

February 7, 2018 | 4:34 pm
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