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Ex-BlueBay duo Phillips and Fayman to launch hedge fund -source

LONDON - Former BlueBay fund managers Neil Phillips and Jonathan Fayman are preparing to launch a global hedge fund early next year, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said, as interest in macroeconomic investment stages a strong comeback.

Man Group shares fall after report China head helping police probe

LONDON/BEIJING - Shares in British hedge fund manager Man Group Plc fell more than 6 percent in early trade on Tuesday following a report the head of its China unit had been taken into custody as part of a probe into the country's recent market volatility.

01 Sep 2015

Aberdeen raises $500 million in liquid hedge fund

LONDON - Aberdeen Asset Management has raised $500 million in a new fund that provides exposure to a selection of hedge fund managers and offers investors a chance to invest or take out their money on a daily basis.

28 Aug 2015

'Black swan' hedge fund Qbasis cashes in on market ructions

LONDON - Qbasis, a hedge fund which more than doubled clients' money during the 2008 financial crisis, is cashing in again by exploiting fresh turmoil in global markets.

27 Aug 2015

Hedge funds put brave face on stocks turmoil, some see bargains

By Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Lawrence Delevingne and Tim McLaughlin

25 Aug 2015

UK fund firms eye fees shake-up to win over thrifty investors

LONDON - Fund managers keen to attract more cash from Britain's "can't save, won't save" Millennials are experimenting with more consumer-friendly business models, in moves that could transform the industry's image of overcharging for mediocre performance.

17 Aug 2015

Hedge fund inflows hit 15-month high - data

LONDON - Investors raised their bets on hedge funds at the fastest pace for 15 months in August, new data showed.

13 Aug 2015

Behind enemy lines - foreign hedge funds thrive in China

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI - Hundreds of foreign hedge funds and traders are working in a regulatory grey area in China, using speculative trading strategies that are complicating regulators' efforts to calm the country's turbulent stock markets.

07 Aug 2015

Hedge funds foiled by Europe's distorted debt market

LONDON - Ultra-easy European Central Bank monetary policy is protecting the debts of some of the bloc's weakest countries from attack by speculative hedge funds.

07 Aug 2015

Smiths shares up on report U.S. activist ValueAct takes stake

- Smiths Group Plc shares rose as much as 8 percent on Tuesday after a report said that U.S. activist investor ValueAct had taken a stake in the British engineering company.

05 Aug 2015

Man United signs deal with HCL in step towards new digital strategy

LONDON - English Premier League club Manchester United said on Wednesday it had signed a partnership deal with IT firm HCL Technologies to improve its website and app as it gears up to launch a new digital media strategy.


India saves $1.8 bln on fertiliser subsidies, but no reform planned

NEW DELHI, - India could save about $1.8 billion on fertiliser subsidies this year thanks to low energy prices but Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, two sources said, has no plans to remove price controls, a reform that would risk angering farmers.

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