Blaming the Fed for Carlyle's Collapse
Could the Federal Reserve's efforts to prop up the banking system have the unintended consequence of pushing some debt-burdened hedge funds out of business? The question arose this week after Carlyle Capital—a fund with $22 billion in assets at its peak—announced that creditors were seizing its collateral because it couldn't meet margin calls, or requests for additional collateral.
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