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Early View

Man FRM provides commentary on global financial markets and an early indication of hedge fund performance in the previous month.
FRM Early View

Volatile markets in EM and FX driven by stronger US Dollar. Italian government woes weigh on risk assets towards the end of the month.

Keith Haydon, Adam Singleton

With a market environment that strongly characterizes the later-phase of an economic cycle, we see reasons to use active management to help navigate these markets.

Keith Haydon, Adam Singleton

Markets spent most of March on the back foot, as discussions around inflation and higher rates were replaced by new concerns of a potential trade war between the US and China.

Keith Haydon, Adam Singleton


Man FRM provides a retrospective viewpoint on global financial markets and broad hedge fund performance for the previous month.

Geopolitical risks continued to unnerve investors and drive dispersion between regional markets in May.


Market volatility persisted throughout April as geopolitical headlines, mixed economic data prints and divergence in central bank outlook kept investors unsettled.


Despite continued volatility in equity markets, most hedge fund strategies performed better in March than they did in February.


Articles and Videos

With so many quantitative strategies available, how should investors choose the right one for them?


With valuations elevated across asset classes, we ask how government bonds may be used to provide an element of protection in the context of market crises.

Keith Haydon

Michael Turner, Chief Executive Officer at Man FRM, talks in HFM Week about the control benefits offered by Managed Accounts.

Michael Turner

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