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Central Banks Buying Gold

The World Gold Council reports today in Gold Demand Trends 2018 (www.gold.org) that central bank buying in 2018 reached its highest levels since the United States decided to leave the gold standard in 1971. Money supply today is a multiple of what it was in 1971 but nevertheless the year over year increase in central […]

Three Rock Capital wins May 2018 Performance Awards

After returning 2.48% during May 2018, Three Rock Capital Management received two performance awards from Barclayhedge. The Global Macro Program ranked 8th on a net return basis out of all discretionary managers within Barclayhedge’s database who manage more than $10 million and ranked 4th on a net return basis out of all Financial/Metals Trading managers within Barclayhedge’s database who manage more […]

US Dollar Outlook following Trump’s Intervention

US Dollar Outlook following Trump’s Intervention President Trump indicated resistance late last week to, among other things, recent USD strength. In response the USD has backed off recent highs against other major currencies, falling in the region of 1 to 1.5% depending on the currency pair. While Trump’s intervention was hardly a shock it affects […]

Three Rock Capital wins HFM Performance Award 2017

In late 2017, Three Rock Capital Management was a winner at the HFMWeek European Hedge Fund Performance Awards.  The long term performance of our Global Macro Program earned us the title of”Best performing managed futures CTA with less than $1 billion in AUM over 5 years”. We were very proud to see our performance sustain such respected returns over the […]

Three Rock Capital to Launch Macro Fund (Bloomberg)

Dublin-based Three Rock Capital Management will launch a global macro hedge fund by the end of the first quarter 2017, according to Chief Executive Officer Ciaran Kane.

The fund, which is expected to start with $50 million, will be managed by Three Rock’s Chief Investment Officer Conor O’Mara.

Three Rock Pile In to Dollar Rally (Bloomberg)

LindenGrove Capital and Three Rock Capital Management see U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s proposals as a can’t-miss boon for the U.S. dollar.

London-based LindenGrove Capital is long the U.S. dollar versus the Japanese yen, Chinese yuan, Korean won and Taiwan dollar. Dublin-based Three Rock has turned bullish on the dollar versus the yen and euro.