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Hedge Funds

Traders Magazine, April 2005

Editorial Staff

*The hedge fund business is booming at investment banks and most revenues come through sales and trading. So says a new report from Credit Suisse First Boston's London branch, which reported the banks last year raked in $25 billion from hedge funds. CSFB said about 75 percent came from sales and trading. The rest came from such core prime brokerage offerings as stock and margin lending. In the U.S., the banks that did best were Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Bear Stearns took third place.

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