Odey Asset Management closes Odyssey fund

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Odey closed the fund due to its size
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Odey closed the fund due to its size

Odey Asset Management has closed the Odey Odyssey fund because of its size, Investment Week has learned.

The fund, which was $65m at the end of March, has been unable to accept new investments since 5 October and is due to be closed on 1 November, a letter seen by Investment Week said. In the letter...

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