Last year, hedge funds had a rough time keeping up with equities measured on returns, making it hard for such firms to reel in new investors, reports Financial Times.
Hedge funds averaged a 8.7-percent return from January to November last year, according to research firm HFR. For comparison, the US S&P index rose by 24 percent, thereby beating hedge fund returns.
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