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White House ponders: Are some hedge funds too big to fail?

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Marketwatch – When the $9.2 billion Connecticut hedge fund Amaranth Advisors collapsed in 2006, securities attorneys jumped all over each other to express gleefully how the markets absorbed such a mega-fund failure.

In fact, the markets did soak up the implosion fairly well.

However, two and a half years later, policymakers aren’t so sure the volatile and fragile markets of 2009 could handle another mega-hedge fund collapse.


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