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Raj's brother heads to trial, HF commodity bets, Ken Griffin's campaign contribution and more
By Chris Clair
Monday, June 16, 2014

Some stuff from around the hedge fund industry for Monday, June 16, 2014:

Hedge funds reduce crop wagers by the most since January. (Bloomberg)

Rengan Rajaratnam steers clear of brother Raj in trial defense. (Bloomberg)

Hedge funds cut bullish crude bets as Iraq rally missed. (Bloomberg)

The hedge fund COO: What it takes to operate a hedge fund. (HFObserver)

Top 200 New York hedge funds up $26 billion; oversee nearly $830 billion. (Hedge Tracker)

Ken Griffin's $2.5 million campaign contribution to Bruce Rauner among biggest in recent history. (Huffington Post)

Allergan, defending its Fort Botox. (The New York Times)

Asset management industry to shrink by half in next 15 years says KPMG. (COOConnect)

'Black Swan' hedge fund plans UCITS vehicle. (InvestmentWeek)

Is algorithmic trading in the SEC's crosshairs? (Traders Magazine)

Reassessing reversal of adversary to SEC. (NYTimes.com)

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