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Meme stock mania is still messing up hedge funds and some of Wall Street’s regular practices


This illustration photo shows a person checking the GameStop stock on a smartphone on February 17, 2021 in Los Angeles as the Reddit, Citadel, Robinhood and Melvin Capital logos are seen on the background ahead of the virtual hearing involving GameStop stocks.

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The GameStop mania has hurt many short-sellers betting against its outdated business model, and now a new cohort of hedge funds are getting burned by the evolving meme stock frenzy.

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