financial crisis, Financial Management

Hedge funds are short two types of funding options. Describe in detail what these options are.   Describe why these options become more valuable during a financial crisis.   During the recent 2008 financial crisis explain how these options distributed to a dry up of liquidity and enhanced correlation between security prices.   

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