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Chase Coleman's Tiger Global tells investors that SARS created 'an incredible backdrop for prospective returns' and reveals why it likes TikTok's parent DanceByte even more during the coronavirus pandemic

Business Insider Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Chase Coleman's Tiger Global tells investors that SARS created 'an incredible backdrop for prospective returns' and reveals why it likes TikTok's parent DanceByte even more during the coronavirus pandemic· Chase Coleman's Tiger Global, the secretive $36 billion fund manager, told investors in its latest private fund that the SARS breakout in China in 2003 created an "incredible backdrop for prospective returns."
· In the letter, the manager disclosed the biggest holdings in its private funds include Flipkart, Juul, TikTok...
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