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Greenwich Hedge Index up +0.80% in June

The Greenwich Global Hedge Fund Index weathered June with a performance of +0.80%, led by Directional Trading and Event-Driven strategies.

Global equity markets, as represented by the MSCI World index, lost -1.28% against a backdrop of geopolitical uncertainty. Bond markets extended their positive streak to six months, with the Barclays Aggregate Bond Index gaining +1.80% and reporting its best month since January 2015. Futures managers led all strategies with a +3.46% gain for the month, making Directional Trading the best performing group with a +2.89% gain. Short-biased managers took advantage of global volatility in June and were up +1.48%. LongShort Equity managers ended the month relatively flat with a -0.13% loss. Managers listed as Other Arbitrage were hit hardest for the month, losing -3.29%.

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