Paulson’s fund sells off Exxon Mobil, SPDR Gold ETF stakes

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Hedge fund Paulson & Co. has sold off of its Exxon Mobil Corp. XOM, -1.79% holdings, according to a filing late Monday. The fund, led by John Paulson, who famously bet against the housing market before its 2008 collapse, also sold off its positions on the SPDR Gold ETF. GLD, -1.29%, according to the filing, covering the quarter ended June 30. Notable additions for Paulson & Co. included half a million shares of cloud computing company VMWare Inc. VMW, +0.38%.

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