Chilton Said to Close Commodity Hedge Fund as Manager RetiresBy
Leigh Goehring, who ran the global pool, left at year-end
The fund's assets shrunk to $400 million from $5 billion peak
Chilton Investment Co., the $3 billion firm founded by Richard Chilton Jr., closed a hedge fund that bet on and against stocks of commodity companies after its portfolio manager left, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
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