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  • Blackstone roughly tripled the amount of assets in commodities and equities in so-called long-only funds, to nearly $3 billion, said people familiar with the business.

    For Blackstone, Real Estate Now Giveth

  • Vallares, which has attracted the backing of a number of U.S. and U.K. long-only and hedge funds as well as sovereign-wealth funds, will look to invest primarily in upstream oil and gas exploration and production, Mr. Hayward said.

    Ex-BP Chief Aims for $1.6 Billion IPO

  • Putting aside the often misleading 'absolute return' banner, the average hedge fund was better able to preserve capital through the market downturn than a regular 'long-only' mutual fund.

    Gemma Godfrey: Hedge Funds -- to Be Feared or Favored?

  • Putting aside the often misleading 'absolute return' banner, the average hedge fund was better able to preserve capital through the market downturn than a regular 'long-only' mutual fund.

    Gemma Godfrey: Hedge Funds -- to Be Feared or Favored?

  • Putting aside the often misleading 'absolute return' banner, the average hedge fund was better able to preserve capital through the market downturn than a regular 'long-only' mutual fund.

    Gemma Godfrey: Hedge Funds -- to Be Feared or Favored?

  • In 2009, Mr. O'Shea initiated discussions with Deutsche Bank to launch a long-only and an absolute return commodity Ucits fund, which launched in March last year with $11 million of seed capital from Deutsche.

    A New Breed of Asset Managers Focuses on Emerging Markets

  • "They'll make less money than your average long-only equity fund" during market rallies like those of 2009 and 2010, says Todd Rosenbluth , a mutual-fund analyst at S&P Capital IQ, a unit of McGraw-Hill Cos.

    A New 'Alternative'

  • The Blackstone hedge-fund unit's exposure to commodities overall—in its hedge funds and long-only funds combined—increased to $5.8 billion from around $3 billion a year ago, reflecting broader investor desires to profit from bets on metals, agricultural crops, oil and natural gas.

    For Blackstone, Real Estate Now Giveth

  • Since Vermont's investment is long-only, they do nothing but buy crude oil and, if you believe what you've read, drive up the prices on the citizens of Vermont where, in Sen. Sanders own words "It is not uncommon for people to commute 100 miles to work and back five days a week, the increased price of gas is taking a serious bite out of the paychecks of middle class families."

    Michael Martin: The Inconvenient Truth of Vermont's Oil Speculation

  • On some long-only fixed income and specialist equity funds, where demand outstrips supply, prices have been creeping up.

    Why Are Asset-Management Fees Still Rising?

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