Fewer hedge funds closed their doors in the second quarter, but there were also fewer hedge-fund launches, as investors continued to shun startups and smaller firms in favor of large, established players.

Hedge fund liquidations fell to 177 in the second quarter from 240 in the first quarter, bringing the total number of fund closures in the first half of the year to 417, according to data released by Hedge Fund Research Inc.

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