Hedge Funds Are Down 1.27% YTD As Of February 2016; Heavy Outflows

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Hedge Funds Are Down 1.27% YTD As Of February 2016; Heavy Outflows

Hedge Funds Are Down 1.27% YTD As Of February 2016 by Eurekahedge

Introduction

The Eurekahedge Hedge Fund Index gained 0.36% in February1 while underlying markets as represented by the MSCI World Index2 declined 1.43% over the same period. Among regional mandates, Japanese managers posted the steepest loss down 3.83% during the month followed by Asia ex-Japan hedge funds which saw losses of 1.78%. Across strategies, CTA/managed futures hedge funds led the table with gains of 2.62% propped up by exposure into safe haven assets such as gold and the Bund.

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Final asset flow figures for January revealed that managers reported performance-based losses of US$11.9 billion while recording net asset outflows of US$9.2 billion. Preliminary data for February shows that managers have posted performance-based losses of US$4.7 billion while recording net inflows of US$5.6 billion, bringing the current assets under management (AUM) of the global hedge fund industry to a total of US$2.22 trillion.

Hedge Funds – Key Highlights For February 2016:

  • Hedge funds are down 1.27% as of February 2016 year-to-date with total AUM declining by US$20.1 billion. Almost 65% of fund managers are in the red fo