But the event-driven sub-index performed worse than the previous month, when it posted a 1.43% monthly return.
By comparison with the Van Global Hedge Fund Index, S&P’s event-driven strategies fared worse than Van’s emerging markets strategy, which posted a 15.1% returns for the year-to-date in June.
The main S&P Hedge Fund Index offers an investable benchmark representative of the broad range of major strategies that hedge funds employ. The index has 40 constituents divided into the three sub-indices, which in turn represent nine specific strategies.
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