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City Hedge Funds Head For Domino Collapse

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http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/busi...ticle522547.ece

The interesting thing about this article is that the link seems to have been taken down. I wonder if panic management is being deployed?

Here is the headline again:

City hedge funds head for domino collapse
The Times 07:55 7-Sep-07

This may be a warning to try to withdraw any funds invested in these "creative" investment vehicles sooner rather than later.

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The interesting thing about this article is that the link seems to have been taken down. I wonder if panic management is being deployed?

Here is the headline again:

City hedge funds head for domino collapse
The Times 07:55 7-Sep-07

This may be a warning to try to withdraw any funds invested in these "creative" investment vehicles sooner rather than later.

There is probably an embargo on it until after the Times journos have got all their money out, assuming of course they can.

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The interesting thing about this article is that the link seems to have been taken down. I wonder if panic management is being deployed?

Here is the headline again:

City hedge funds head for domino collapse
The Times 07:55 7-Sep-07

This may be a warning to try to withdraw any funds invested in these "creative" investment vehicles sooner rather than later.

Funny, if you Google "City hedge funds head for domino collapse" The Times comes up, but it's an article from May 15. Perhaps today's was an update. Anyway, looks like they pulled it ...

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Link is fine but is dated 15th May 2007.

“What you’re seeing is like a run on the bank,” said Narayan Naik, director of hedge-fund studies at the London Business School. “Selling forces more selling and there’s a cascade effect.”

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Link is fine but is dated 15th May 2007.

“What you’re seeing is like a run on the bank,” said Narayan Naik, director of hedge-fund studies at the London Business School. “Selling forces more selling and there’s a cascade effect.”

Link is dated 15th May, 2005 when I pull it up.

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