See the Main Reason Why Norway’s Sovereign Wealth Fund Likes Equities
The US$ 838 billion sovereign fund had a 26.28% return in its equity portfolio versus a 0.1% return in the fixed income portfolio. In total, the sovereign fund posted a 15.9% return in 2013.
In recent news, the mega sovereign fund became a net seller of stocks to comply with its limit on public equity holdings. 150 billion kroner worth of stock was sold (~US$ 25 billion) in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is managed by Norges Bank Investment Management.
Investment Returns -Asset Class – Norges Bank Investment Management
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