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Heavyweight investors clash over approach on climate change and companies
Big institutions’ exit from oil and gas companies leaves hedge funds as among the only buyers
Asset manager says surge in retail buying has generated ‘major distortions’ in cinema chain’s share price
Advisers had blamed short sellers for contributing to the food delivery company’s share price plunge on its market debut
Hedge fund said deferred plan was response to regulatory pressure after financial crisis
UK judge says alleged victim’s evidence ‘riddled with troubling inconsistencies’
Founder of hedge fund manager Odey Asset Management is accused of indecent assault in 1998
Hedge fund attacks arrangements it says are causing ‘material damage’ to shareholders and Mongolia
Move comes after one of UK’s best-known hedge fund managers charged with alleged indecent assault
Hearing in London relates to an alleged incident in 1998
Hedge fund boss backs agriculture company penalised for environmental damage
Global Witness highlights UK hedge fund’s stake in company accused of environmental violations
Hedge fund says miner can afford to pay more without damaging investment case
Hedge fund swaps derivatives for shares in cash-strapped UK fertiliser miner
Hedge fund is pushing for a higher bid price from rescuer Anglo American
Hedge fund says £524m offer undervalues North Yorkshire fertiliser mine developer
Lansdowne, Odey and Wadhwani among those betting on a revival of UK equities
UK manager lost 12.7% in European fund as stock and bond moves made for challenging month
Canadian gold miner must make firm buyout offer this month or walk away
Fund looks to buy rights to future investment in Africa
Commodities-focused vehicle takes short position on Turquoise Hill
Investors say scrapping EU exit would trigger ‘monster’ rally in stocks and sterling
Big bets on the collapse of the country’s indebted economy have largely failed. Did the hedge funds misread the signs or were they just too early?