Private equity firms and hedge funds are finally learning to live together, despite how wary the former is over how the latter is encroaching on its turf, an Aug. 5 report from Reuters indicates.

Coziness between the two financial giants is often considered a negative for private equity firms, which stand to lose deals to hedge funds seeking acquisitions as their returns come under pressure.

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