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Investor exodus forcing hedge fund managers to take big pay cuts

Plus: The dollar spikes as the ECB stays loose, big companies supporting small companies, and health insurance companies turn a blind eye to climate change

Oct 21, 2016 @ 6:30 am

By Jeff Benjamin

  • The hits just keep on coming to the hedge fund space as managers are now expecting a 34% pay cut. Squeaking by on just $300,000.

  • Yikes. Hints of new European monetary stimulus has pushed the greenback to a seven-month high. Leaving un ultra-loose monetary policy unchanged.

  • When JP Morgan Chase committed $75 million to help small businesses, the natural question was, what's in it for JP Morgan? Why do big companies help small companies?

  • Are health insurance companies even factoring in risks related to global warming? Living in denial.

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