BREAKINGVIEWS-Hedge fund financial mechanics show up Uncle Sam

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By Lisa Lee NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters Breakingviews) - As Treasury struggles to break even with GM, Delphi's hedge fund owners may double their money with an IPO. The auto parts maker looks worth about $10 bln after emerging from bankruptcy in 2009. The investment objectives were different, but the results still contrast starkly. Full view will be published shortly. Get Breakingviews alerts directly to your inbox three times a day. To sign up click here: ...

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