Australia’s Future Fund Spends Cash, Boosts Private Equity

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Australia’s Future Fund is tasked to earn a return of at least CPI + 4.5% to + 5.5% per year over the long-run. Executives at the Future Fund warn of challenges of earning higher returns for the near future. According to the press release, David Neal, the sovereign fund’s managing director, “We have seen significant volatility across markets during the quarter. The global impact of US monetary policy has been a source of volatility as the US Federal Reserve inches closer to starting to raise its interest rates off the zero bound.”

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Future Fund Lowers Cash Allocation

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