April volatility hits long/shorts, May looks worse

Thu May 24, 2012

April was a tricky month for European long/short equity funds as market volatility and unpredictability continued to increase, although good stock selection led to gains for some managers.

Early indications are that May could be bloody, though – with many of those who still had sizeable net long positions giving back a good part of the gains they had made in the first quarter.


ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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