The hedge fund firm says the world’s largest food business has room for improvement.
Most funds posted losses or gains of less than 1 percent.
Investors pulled more money out of the funds last month, but year-on-year redemption figures fell substantially.
Ken Griffin’s firm posts gains in a month where most multistrategy funds fared well.
The firm’s Wellington fund rebounded sharply from a sizable loss in the first quarter.
The fund is the latest in a line of hedge funds and other alternative investments that the 77-year-old firm has successfully managed, mostly under the radar.
Ken Griffin’s flagship fund is now in the middle of the pack of multistrategy funds after a rough start to the year.