Hedge-Fund Short Sellers Revel in Hidden Cash Perk Like 2007

For the first time since before the Great Financial Crisis, many hedge funds are benefiting from higher interest rates, especially long/short equity funds with meaningful short books, and Macro/CTA’s earning higher rates on collateral. With low interest rates, the returns were negligible; in today’s environment, they’re making a difference.

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