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September 24, 1998 | From Washington Post
A huge private investment fund run by Wall Street legend John Meriwether and two Nobel Prize-winning economists teetered on the verge of collapse Wednesday as losses mounted on more than $100 billion of bets it made in financial markets around the world.
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July 7, 1999 | Reuters
Long-Term Capital Management, the large hedge fund that was bailed out last fall by a group of 14 banks, said it will return $1.3 billion of capital to banks and investors. LTCM will return $1 billion to the consortium of banks that rescued it with an equity infusion of $3.6 billion. Another $300 million will be returned to investors other than LTCM insiders and affiliates.
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BUSINESS
July 7, 1999 | Reuters
Long-Term Capital Management, the large hedge fund that was bailed out last fall by a group of 14 banks, said it will return $1.3 billion of capital to banks and investors. LTCM will return $1 billion to the consortium of banks that rescued it with an equity infusion of $3.6 billion. Another $300 million will be returned to investors other than LTCM insiders and affiliates.
BUSINESS
September 24, 1998 | From Washington Post
A huge private investment fund run by Wall Street legend John Meriwether and two Nobel Prize-winning economists teetered on the verge of collapse Wednesday as losses mounted on more than $100 billion of bets it made in financial markets around the world.
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