Ken Griffin's Main Citadel Funds Drop 8% in 2016 Market SwingsBy , , and
Surveyor stock unit accounted for three-fourths of losses
Other multimanager funds hurt by February market volatility
Ken Griffin’s Citadel posted declines of 8 percent in its main hedge funds this year through March 11, as the $25 billion firm lost money in a unit that has helped drive profits in recent years, according to people familiar with the firm’s performance.
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