Paulson And Co Funds Up And Down ('A Smidgen') For The Quarter

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Reuters reports John Paulson's Advantage Fund was down 1.24 percent for the quarter (-3.10 in March); the Advantage Plus Fund was down 1.74 percent (4.4 percent in March); and the Gold fund was down 'a smidgen,' losing 0.87 percent (-0.43 in March). Paulson Partners was up 3.86 percent for the quarter; Paulson Enhanced was up 6.94 percent; and the Credit Opportunities Fund was up 6.44 percent.

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