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Apr 09, 2020

Your remote work questions, answered
Many Americans have found themselves quickly adjusting to new routines, offices and "co-workers" as mass lockdowns keep millions of employees confined to their homes and apartments.

Reuters Money
Apr 08, 2020

VIX futures point to coronavirus worries for months to come
Investors are betting on stocks to remain volatile well into the year, suggesting that many expect the long-term economic and public health impact of the pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus to...

Reuters Money
Apr 07, 2020

Buffett's Geico offers $2.5 billion credits as coronavirus cuts driving
Geico Corp, part of billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc, said on Tuesday it will offer about $2.5 billion of credits to its 19 million auto and motorcycle policyholders, reflecting...

Reuters Money
Apr 07, 2020

Cell towers, warehouses look like safe plays in U.S. real estate
Some top-performing U.S. fund managers see opportunities in one of the sectors hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, cautiously increasing stakes in niches of the real estate market like cell...

Reuters Money
Apr 07, 2020

U.S. SEC issues compliance focus areas for brokers before new rules take effect
The head of the examination office at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Tuesday published details about the expected scope and content for compliance with a new rule requiring...

Reuters Money
Apr 07, 2020

Your Money: Make a big impact with your COVID-19 charity dollars
When Rachel Baron wanted to give back to her community affected by COVID-19, her first thought was to help local emergency room doctors. So the 46-year-old advertising copywriter worked with some...

Reuters Money
Apr 06, 2020

Your Money: Freelancers have 'perfect storm' of anxiety because of COVID-19
The crisis posed by COVID-19 is worrisome enough for full-time employees. Imagine life as a freelancer.

Reuters Money
Apr 03, 2020

Elliott hedge fund gains in March, up 2.2% for year: client update
Paul Singer's Elliott International Ltd hedge fund gained an estimated 0.1% in March and is now up 2.2% for the year through the first quarter, according to an update sent to clients on Friday and...

Reuters Money
Apr 03, 2020

Coronavirus fiscal fallout on U.S. muni issuers worries investors
Investors in the U.S. municipal bond market are growing increasingly worried over the ability of states, cities and other debt issuers to weather the financial fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic caused...

Reuters Money
Apr 03, 2020

Global currency funds notch wins amid coronavirus volatility
Global currency fund managers racked up gains in the first quarter as they benefited from the extreme volatility that the coronavirus pandemic has stoked across financial markets.

Reuters Money
Apr 03, 2020

Hedge fund Glenview off 30% as coronavirus weighs on portfolio
Glenview Capital Management, the hedge fund run by Larry Robbins, has lost roughly 30% in the first three months of 2020 as the spread of the new coronavirus hurt the healthcare facilities and...

Reuters Money
Apr 02, 2020

Some U.S. direct payments will take months to reach Americans: congressional panel
Americans should start receiving direct payments from the U.S. government in mid-April to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic, but some may not see the money until mid-September, according...

Reuters Money
Apr 02, 2020

Yield-thirsty investors eye stock dividends as virus fears shrink bond payouts
Battered S&P 500 stocks may get fresh interest from investors turning to dividends in a world of shrinking bond yields.

Reuters Money
Apr 02, 2020

U.S. financial industry asking SEC to delay broker disclosure rule, citing coronavirus: sources
The financial industry wants the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to hold off on parts of a new rule requiring brokers to disclose potential conflicts of interest, citing disruptions caused by...

Reuters Money
Apr 02, 2020

U.S. direct payments likely to begin April 13: House panel
Americans should start receiving direct deposit payments from the U.S. government around April 13 to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic, but others may have to wait until mid-September to...

Reuters Money
Apr 02, 2020

Your money: How to adjust your autopay spending during the coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus lockdowns might have caught a lot of people by surprise last month, but with April's new billing cycle, it is time for cash-strapped Americans to rethink automatic spending habits.

Reuters Money
Apr 01, 2020

Multi-strategy hedge funds outperformed peers as market plunged
Multi-strategy hedge funds - those that bet on a broad array of markets using teams of traders, leverage and centralized risk management - have flourished as stocks ended their worst three months...

Reuters Money
Apr 01, 2020

U.S. pension funds may pour $400 billion into stocks, lifting virus-hit markets: JP Morgan
U.S. pension funds that delayed rebalancing their portfolios are likely to pump about $400 billion into stocks over the next two quarters, analysts at JP Morgan said, providing a potential boost to...

Reuters Money
Mar 31, 2020

Bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach bets stocks March lows to be surpassed in April
Bond investor and DoubleLine Capital Chief Executive Jeffrey Gundlach said on Tuesday he believes the coronavirus sell-off is not over yet and that the lows stocks hit in March will be surpassed in...

Reuters Money
Mar 31, 2020

Invesco to sell all unquoted holdings in UK equities portfolios
Invesco said on Tuesday it would sell all the unquoted companies currently held in its UK equities portfolios and has marked down their value by 60% as a result of recent coronavirus-fueled market...

Reuters Money
Mar 31, 2020

Billionaire investor Steve Cohen: 'After an earthquake there are tremors'
Billionaire trader Steven A. Cohen is cautioning the staff of his investment firm, Point72 Asset Management, to remain cautious amid markets that have recovered slightly from coronavirus-driven lows.

Reuters Money
Mar 31, 2020

YOUR MONEY: How to apply past financial lessons to today's coronavirus crisis
When the world feels like it is ending, it can be comforting to look to history and see that such global convulsions have happened before and the earth kept on turning.

Reuters Money
Mar 30, 2020

LendingClub cuts approval rates for high-risk borrowers as coronavirus spreads
LendingClub Corp on Monday cut loan approval rates for some high-risk borrowers and increased income and employment verification requirements, in a sign that alternative lenders could pull back from...

Reuters Money
Mar 30, 2020

Prophet Capital to dissolve hedge fund amid 'extreme volatility'
Prophet Capital Asset Management LP, an investor in loans and structured credit securities hit by recent market turmoil, plans to temporarily block withdrawals from one of its hedge funds and...

Reuters Money
Mar 30, 2020

U.S. markets watchdog Clayton says SEC should not ban short-selling of shares
The head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Monday that it should not ban short-selling of shares, amid speculation on further measures the agency might take to arrest a market...

Reuters Money
Mar 30, 2020

Colombia's ELN guerrillas declare unilateral cease-fire amid coronavirus
The National Liberation Army (ELN), the largest active guerrilla group in Colombia, will observe a unilateral cease-fire for one month from April 1 in an effort to help stem the spread of...

Reuters Money
Mar 27, 2020

Hedge fund Fir Tree puts $410 million dislocation fund to work
After years of waiting and watching from afar, hedge fund Fir Tree Partners is spending $410 million from its dislocation funds on stocks, pockets of the credit market and other securities, sure the...

Reuters Money
Mar 27, 2020

Your Money: The one document Americans need now - Power of attorney
If you live in the United States and really want to be prepared for coronavirus, experts say you need a fully executed power of attorney, which designates a trusted person to take over your finances...

Reuters Money
Mar 27, 2020

Ackman says TV interview did not lead to profit on trades
Billionaire investor William Ackman said a CNBC television interview he gave last week was not designed to profit from any trades, dismissing some media speculation he had purposely pushed markets...

Reuters Money
Mar 27, 2020

Column: How the $2 trillion U.S. coronavirus relief bill impacts retirement savers
The $2 trillion economic stimulus package racing toward passage in the U.S. Congress contains several important relief provisions for retirees, and for younger workers saving for retirement.

Reuters Money
Mar 26, 2020

Settlement talks between First United, Driver Management break down
Talks between First United Corp and Driver Management to settle a fight for board seats at the bank holding company broke down when the activist investor rejected the offer, two sources familiar with...

Reuters Money
Mar 26, 2020

U.S. cruise line company Lindblad names directors backed by ValueAct to its board
Lindblad Expeditions on Thursday said it named two independent directors backed by activist investment firm ValueAct Capital, which owns a nearly 10% stake in the adventure cruise company, to its...

Reuters Money
Mar 26, 2020

Settlement talks between First United, Driver Management break down-sources
Talks between First United Corp and Driver Management to settle a fight for board seats at the bank holding company broke down when the activist investor rejected the offer, two sources familiar with...

Reuters Money
Mar 25, 2020

Pay for cleaners, babysitters and dogwalkers hangs in the balance
Lily Reiche has lost nearly half of her dogwalking clients in Los Angeles because of California's coronavirus stay-at-home order. Of the 40 or so accounts at My Dog Spot, which dried up because...

Reuters Money
Mar 25, 2020

New CEO pay limits loom as investors confront coronavirus crisis
The havoc wrought by the coronavirus crisis could give investors leverage to put new limits on CEO pay packages and link them more closely to a range of social and environmental issues at companies'...

Reuters Money
Mar 24, 2020

White House not considering three-month tariff deferral: Navarro
The White House's top trade advisor denied on Tuesday that the Trump administration was considering a three-month deferral of tariff payments on imported goods to ease the pain of the economic...

Reuters Money
Mar 24, 2020

Trump administration debates 90-day tariffs deferral - Bloomberg News
The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump is debating if it should defer payments of duties on imported goods from around the world for three months, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing...

Reuters Money
Mar 24, 2020

Trump administration debates 90-day tariffs deferral: Bloomberg News
The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump is debating if it should defer payments of duties on imported goods from around the world for three months, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing...

Reuters Money
Mar 24, 2020

BNY Mellon money fund gets capital infusion after 'shadow price' falls
A New Jersey municipal money-market fund run by BNY Mellon Corp needed an injection of $89,000 after the market value of the fund came under pressure, the bank disclosed on Tuesday in a U.S....

Reuters Money
Mar 24, 2020

U.S. activist investors Land & Buildings, Engaged raise new capital: sources
Several investors who push management to perform better are trying to raise hundreds of millions of dollars in new cash to buy stakes in companies beaten down by a historic market selloff, four...

Reuters Money
Mar 24, 2020

Money fund turmoil spotlights New Jersey portfolio's 'shadow price'
A New Jersey municipal money-market fund run by BNY Mellon Corp is still paying investors $1.00 a share, even though the mark-to-market price of the fund recently dropped to $0.9968 per share,...

Reuters Money
Mar 23, 2020

U.S. SEC warns against illegal trading during coronavirus disruption
The U.S. securities regulator on Monday warned corporate executives against insider trading during disruption caused by the coronavirus, in an unusual statement that underscores the chaos coursing...

Reuters Money
Mar 23, 2020

Fed's money market move lifts Northern Trust fund above key threshold
Liquidity at a $2.2 billion prime money-market fund run by Northern Trust Corp fell below the key 30% U.S. regulatory threshold twice last week, but rebounded above that level after the U.S. Federal...

Reuters Money
Mar 23, 2020

Some U.S. wealth advisers tell clients to stay put as markets fall
The deepest U.S. stock market sell-off since the 2008 financial crisis is prompting some financial advisers to tell wealthy clients to hold steady or even increase their equity exposure if they have...

Reuters Money
Mar 20, 2020

Your Money - Separation anxiety: Divorce, money and coronavirus
The first few days of staying at home for coronavirus seclusion with my two kids were chaotic, stressful and scary, much like they were for everyone else.

Reuters Money
Mar 19, 2020

Your Money: Coronavirus fears shake Yale economist Robert Shiller
In scary times like these, it is comforting to talk to someone who has seen and studied a lot of things - booms, busts, and everything in between.

Reuters Money
Mar 19, 2020

Your Money: Now is not the time to stop saving for retirement
When you see soda on sale at the supermarket, do you run screaming into the parking lot in a panic? Or do you buy six?

Reuters Money
Mar 19, 2020

Prime money-market funds could slow redemptions as they bleed assets
U.S. prime money-market funds have lost more than 10% of their assets and the prospect of funds slowing customer redemptions is rising amid unprecedented market turmoil, top credit-rating agency...

Reuters Money
Mar 19, 2020

Already retired, or close to it? How to think about volatility in perilous times
The breathtaking coronavirus-induced plunge of the stock market has unnerved retirement investors of all ages, but it poses special risks for people close to, or already retired. Unlike younger...

Reuters Money
Mar 18, 2020

Your Money: A coronavirus emergency plan for paying your bills
Lives are on hold all over the world as we distance ourselves socially to contain the coronavirus, but bills still pile up.

Reuters Money
Mar 18, 2020

Coronavirus selloff leaves just one U.S. active equity mutual fund positive for the year
A tiny mutual fund that invests in companies that produce products and services for parents is the only fund among the $4.3 trillion actively managed U.S. equity fund industry to post a positive...

Reuters Money
Mar 18, 2020

Investor Ackman tweets to Trump: Close down the country
Billionaire investor William Ackman, who has long worried about the serious risks posed by the novel coronavirus, called on the Trump administration on Wednesday to seal off the United States for a...

Reuters Money
Mar 18, 2020

Stampede to get out: bond ETFs get crushed in selloff
A rush to sell global bonds in the past week has now rippled into the world of exchange-traded funds with some of the most actively traded seeing the most bulging gaps relative to the value of...

Reuters Money
Mar 17, 2020

Your Money: As U.S. unemployment claims surge, know your status
Applications for unemployment insurance are skyrocketing across the United States. In Ohio, the number tripled from last week through Sunday, up to 12,000, according to the state's governor. Calls to...

Reuters Money
Mar 15, 2020

Boaz Weinstein's Saba scored record profits on market plunge: letter
Boaz Weinstein's main Saba Capital Management LP hedge fund reported a 33% gain in March through Friday amid coronavirus-led market turmoil, bringing its year to date gain to 67%, according to a note...

Reuters Money
Mar 15, 2020

Boaz Weinstein hedge fund up 33% after market plunge: letter
Boaz Weinstein's main Saba Capital Management LP hedge fund reported a 33% gain in March through Friday amid coronavirus-led market turmoil, bringing its year to date gain to 67%, according to a note...

Reuters Money
Mar 13, 2020

Your Money: Furloughed college students struggle financially
George Curtis is facing a severe financial crisis.

Reuters Money
Mar 12, 2020

Bridgewater hedge funds post mixed results amid market turmoil
Bridgewater Associates LP, the Ray Dalio-led hedge fund giant famous for making money during the 2008 financial crisis, has posted mixed returns amid the coronavirus-led market turmoil, according to...

Reuters Money
Mar 09, 2020

Ackman's Pershing Square gains nearly 3% in early 2020, warns of volatility
William Ackman's publicly traded hedge fund gained nearly 3% this year, though the billionaire investor warned of volatility ahead as world markets reel under the economic hit from the coronavirus...

Reuters Money
Mar 07, 2020

Sovereign wealth fund appetite for investing in start-ups wanes
Sovereign wealth fund investment in venture capital deals slipped to its lowest level in six years in 2019, with the drop-off deepening in the months after WeWork's planned share sale failed, data...

Reuters Money
Mar 06, 2020

Investors dump equities, bonds as coronavirus spooks markets, BofA says
Investors pulled out of most asset classes, with stocks and bond funds seeing a combined $36 billion of outflows in the week to Wednesday, BofA said, amid fears of economic damage from the ...

Reuters Money
Mar 06, 2020

How Lipper Award-winning fund managers are playing coronavirus scare
Uncertainty over the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak has prompted at least some winners of the U.S. Lipper Fund Awards to look for companies that can withstand a prolonged pullback.

Reuters Money
Mar 05, 2020

Private investment funds in Colombia have $5 billion ready to invest
Private investment funds operating in Colombia have around $5 billion available to invest in projects in the Andean country, the investors' guild president said Thursday.

Reuters Money
Mar 05, 2020

Coronavirus forces Blackstone, Apax to delay or webcast investor meetings
Blackstone Group Inc and Apax Partners LLP are among the buyout firms that have had to delay their annual meetings with their private equity fund investors or carry them out remotely because of...

Reuters Money
Mar 04, 2020

Your Money: Fed's surprise cut is a cure for mortgage rate envy
When Kristin Tassi bought her house in Chicago two years ago, she was disappointed to get an interest rate of 4% on her mortgage. All of her friends had lower rates.

Reuters Money
Mar 03, 2020

Wall Street backs away from Arctic drilling amid Alaska political heat
Three big U.S. banks have publicly announced break-ups with Arctic drilling in recent months, reflecting Wall Street's increasing desire to cast itself as environmentally friendly amid a political...

Reuters Money
Mar 03, 2020

Julius Baer nominates Meissner, Shih for board seats
Swiss wealth manager Julius Baer Group nominated former Bank of America Merrill Lynch investment banking head Christian Meissner and UBS Asia veteran Kathryn Shih for seats on its board of directors.

Reuters Money
Mar 02, 2020

Your Money: How retirement savers can glide through market turmoil
If you are close to retirement in the United States, chances are you do not have to worry about cashing out of the market as it gyrates wildly on coronavirus fears.

Reuters Money
Feb 28, 2020

Activist investor Robbins shutting hedge fund to pursue other things
Activist investor Clifton S. Robbins told clients on Friday that he is shuttering his Blue Harbour Group not because investors want their money back or because returns have lagged, but because he...

Reuters Money
Feb 28, 2020

As stocks plunge on coronavirus, hedge funds can brag: 'we're down less!'
This week's stock market plunge on coronavirus worries has given hedge fund managers a rare opportunity to brag that they are performing better than traditional stock market funds during a time of...

Reuters Money
Feb 27, 2020

Your Money: Five useful money moves you can do instead of panic
Spoiler alert: None of the useful things you can do about your money right now involve your 401(k).

Reuters Money
Feb 25, 2020

Eight men in frame to run Norway wealth fund, including deputy CEO
Eight candidates have applied to head Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the country's central bank said on Tuesday, as its board prepares to decide who should steer the global portfolio of assets worth...

Reuters Money
Feb 22, 2020

Pioneer Natural CEO calls on investors to divest in companies with high flaring
The chief executive of Pioneer Natural Resources, Scott Sheffield, on Thursday called on energy investors to sell shares or pull funding from companies that have rates of natural gas flaring.

Reuters Money
Feb 22, 2020

RBC to launch U.S. consumer bank betting on wealthy clients
Royal Bank of Canada plans to open a consumer bank in the United States early next year targeting wealthy clients, with the aim of expanding deposits, its chief financial officer told Reuters on...

Reuters Money
Feb 20, 2020

Senator hedge fund's founding duo to split; Klabin will leave firm
Hedge fund Senator Investment Group told clients on Thursday that its founding partners are splitting up, ending one of the industry's more profitable and durable professional marriages.

Reuters Money
Feb 20, 2020

U.S. stock funds lose $2.6 billion in week: Lipper
U.S. equity funds saw outflows of $2.6 billion in the latest week, according to Lipper.

Reuters Money
Feb 19, 2020

U.S. money market assets decreased in latest week-iMoneyNet
U.S. money market fund assets decreased by $3.64 billion to $3.575 trillion in the week ended Feb 18, the Money Fund Report said on Wednesday.

Reuters Money
Feb 18, 2020

YOUR MONEY: What it means to invest with a gender lens
When clients tell financial adviser Catherine Valega that they want to invest their money in women, they are not always clear what they mean.

Reuters Money
Feb 14, 2020

The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations
Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than "greedy geezers" stealing from young people "who are going to get...

Reuters Money
Feb 13, 2020

T. Rowe Price to place a bigger bet on stocks in retirement funds
T. Rowe Price Group Inc said on Thursday it would ratchet up the risk in its target-date retirement portfolios, boosting stock allocations to as much as 98% for younger investors.

Reuters Money
Feb 13, 2020

T. Rowe Price to boost stock allocations in target-date retirement funds
T. Rowe Price Group Inc said on Thursday it would boost the stock allocation in its target-date retirement fund portfolios to as much as 98% from 90% for younger investors.

Reuters Money
Feb 12, 2020

Investing in the art world is now just a click away
Owning a piece of art is not just for the ultra-wealthy anymore.

Reuters Money
Feb 10, 2020

YOUR MONEY: Family offices lead the way on impact investing
When former investment manager Ron Cordes started a charitable foundation in 2007, he got frustrated because he could only "do good" when he was actively giving the money away to needy causes.

Reuters Money
Feb 05, 2020

SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors
The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Republican mega-donor Paul Singer, over a proposal...

Reuters Money
Jan 29, 2020

Seniors deal with the harsh reality of debt
Allen Lomax knows how retirement is supposed to go: By your golden years, you should have paid off your house, built up a big pot of savings, and be able to face the years ahead without fear.

Reuters Money
Jan 29, 2020

New York State pension fund puts 27 coal companies under review
New York state's top pension fund official said it was reviewing whether to divest from 27 coal companies and could make decisions on $98 million in holdings within two months.

Reuters Money
Jan 29, 2020

Sovereign wealth funds move mainstream, make less contrarian bets
Sovereign wealth funds' investment moves are becoming more closely aligned with the global asset management industry as they mature, and their growing size makes it harder for them to make contrarian...

Reuters Money
Jan 27, 2020

Valaris settles with Luminus, hands board seat to hedge fund
Oil drilling firm Valaris PLC reached a settlement with Luminus Management and said on Monday that it has appointed one of the hedge fund's partners to its board.

Reuters Money
Jan 22, 2020

To train more workers, companies turn to virtual reality
The future of employee training involves no embarrassing role-playing in front of new colleagues or boring web modules which take an hour each to click through.

Reuters Money
Jan 17, 2020

Which company just hit $1 trillion? Google it.
As Google-parent Alphabet Inc became on Thursday the fourth U.S. company to top a market value of more than $1 trillion, some funds holding its shares are wondering whether now is the time to cash in...

Reuters Money
Jan 15, 2020

Activist hedge funds stepped up calls for asset sales and spin-offs in 2019: data
Hedge funds that push for change at corporations stepped up their demands for asset spin-offs and sales last year, making them part of nearly half of all activist investor campaigns waged in 2019,...

Reuters Money
Jan 15, 2020

ValueAct's Ubben cheers BlackRock's new stance on climate change
Investor Jeffrey Ubben, already betting there is money to be made from coaxing corporations into being better citizens, gained an ally on Tuesday when BlackRock Inc chief Laurence Fink told companies...

Reuters Money
Jan 14, 2020

In next war, soldiers will leave their smartphones at home: Peter Apps
As the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division departed for the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran, their divisional commander gave a simple order. All personnel entering...

Reuters Money
Jan 14, 2020

Your money: Avoid divorce money regrets by taking control now
Emotions -- and expenses -- often run high during a divorce, but people and their bank accounts can bounce back given enough time. A new study from Fidelity Investments, released Tuesday, shows that...

Reuters Money
Jan 13, 2020

'Green is good.' Is Wall Street's new motto sustainable?
If you have gone to Goldman Sachs Group Inc's internet home page since mid-December, it would be reasonable to wonder if you had stumbled into some kind of parallel universe.

Reuters Money
Jan 07, 2020

Risk of pension meltdown grows due to inaction by U.S. Congress
The window is closing on the chance to avert a pension meltdown that will slash the retirement benefits of more than a million U.S. workers.

Reuters Money
Jan 02, 2020

Your Money: Ditch the Resolution - Do a year-end review instead
It is hardly a secret that people rarely stick to New Year's resolutions - only about 8% of people actually make it to the finish line with their goals, according to studies from the University of...

Reuters Money
Dec 24, 2019

How risky ETFs won the decade - and why they might not repeat that performance
Exchange-traded funds that use leverage to offer double or triple the daily return of benchmark U.S. stock indexes rank among the 10 top-performing funds of the decade, with returns that in some...

Reuters Money
Dec 22, 2019

Activist hedge fund Marcato Capital to shut down after drop in assets
Activist hedge fund Marcato Capital Management, backed by Blackstone Group and billionaire William Ackman, is shutting down as assets have shriveled after two years of poor returns, sources said on...

Reuters Money
Dec 20, 2019

D.E. Shaw's Orienteer strategy posts double-digit returns this year
D.E. Shaw's Orienteer platform, the backbone of the $50 billion investment firm's multi-asset class offerings, posted high double-digit returns this year, the best ever in its six year lifetime.

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