Hedge funds pile into distressed debt



Hedge funds are pouring into the US distressed debt market, according to a recent report published by Greenwich Associates. The Greenwich, CT-based provider of investment research and consulting services says that hedge funds accounted for 82% of trade volume in US distressed debt and nearly 30% of volume in US sub-investment-grade bonds and credit derivatives.

“As hedge funds proliferate and accumulate capital, they are making up a larger portion of trade flows in a variety of markets,” says

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