After the fastest retreat from their bearish stance in four years, hedge funds and large speculators have raised holdings in Standard & Poor’s 500 Index futures to net long for the first time since June. The increase ended 45 weeks of negative positions, the longest since the 65-week streak through August 2012, data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission show. Bears are capitulating after stocks bottomed, rising in all but two weeks since early February.
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