Hedge funds take backseat to Asian central banks

According to this article from Bloomberg, published Friday 15 September, hedge funds are taking a backseat to Asian central banks.

"Since 1997, currency reserves at Asia's central banks have risen to about $3 trillion, much of it parked in U.S. Treasuries. On the one hand, that development is leaving fewer dollar-denominated securities in which hedge funds can trade. On the other, it sometimes causes illogical moves in markets and puts hedge funds on the defensive."

Asian central banks have

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