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Hedge funds seen keeping tight hold of borrowing

Mon Mar 24, 2008 8:54pm GMT

By Kevin Plumberg

NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - Hedge funds paused on Monday from last week's aggressive moves to pare debt and add cash to their balance sheets, but few are expected to return to a reliance on strategies involving heavy borrowing because of the permanent damage of the credit crisis.

Hedge fund advisers and fund managers said they believed the crisis was far from over, with the roughly $140 billion of write-downs at banks so far around the world only the beginning, keeping lending conditions tight and fears high about the viability of creditors . . . . .

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Guest Shedfish

this seems to corroborate with what the guys on Tickerforum were saying about money flows the other day


(discussed here) -


further corroboration here?

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