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IndexIQ’s hedge fund replication indices all negative in June

IndexIQ, a developer of index-based alternative investment solutions, has reported negative performance in June for all seven of its hedge fund replication and alternative beta indices. 

 
Designed as investable benchmarks that replicate the performance characteristics of sophisticated hedge fund strategies, the IQ Hedge benchmark indices were originally introduced on 30 March 2007 and have been calculating live since that date.
 
IQ Hedge Event-Driven Beta Index and IQ Hedge Emerging Markets Beta Index were the worst performers with returns of −2.93 per cent and −2.44 per cent respectively, while the top performers were IQ Hedge Market Neutral Beta Index (-1.17 per cent) and IQ Hedge Global Macro Beta Index (-1.42 per cent), followed by IQ Hedge Fixed Income Arbitrage Beta Index (-1.78 per cent), IQ Hedge Composite Beta Index (-1.97 per cent) and IQ Hedge Long/Short Beta Index (-2.14 per cent).
 
IndexIQ indices underlie a variety of investment products globally including exchange-traded funds, mutual funds and institutional accounts. 

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