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Credit Suisse Hedge Fund Index finishes down for November

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Credit Suisse Hedge Fund Index finishes down for November

Dow Jones Credit Suisse Hedge Fund Index saw a down month in November finishing down -.18%. The index is still up almost 8% for the year.

Category Nov 2010 Oct 2010 YTD 10
Dow Jones Credit Suisse Hedge Fund Index -0.18% 1.92% 7.82%
Convertible Arbitrage 0.04% 1.98% 9.68%
Dedicated Short Bias -2.36% -3.60% -17.64%
Emerging Markets -0.38% 2.21% 9.69%
Equity Market Neutral -2.51% 0.93% -2.54%
Event Driven 0.15% 1.80% 8.37%
Distressed 0.33% 1.32% 7.33%
Multi-Strategy 0.04% 2.17% 9.14%
Risk Arbitrage -1.44% -0.62% 2.01%
Fixed Income Arbitrage 0.74% 1.10% 11.82%
Global Macro -0.52% 1.62% 10.52%
Long/Short Equity 0.46% 2.00% 5.66%
Managed Futures -4.11% 4.29% 6.44%
Multi-Strategy 0.30% 2.03% 7.46%

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