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In a year when the world’s biggest hedge funds are suffering losses and closures, one asset manager is trouncing rivals by betting on currencies—without taking a view on their direction.

Quaesta Capital AG, a hedge fund based in the Zurich area, runs a $420 million foreign-exchange options program that earned 21 percent this year through Nov. 11 by wagering on volatility, according to Thomas Suter, the company’s chief executive officer. It’s the top performer among 15 programs tracked by the Parker Global Currency Manager Index, which lost almost 2 percent in that period.

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