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Pension Pulse: Diving Deeper Into Caisse’s Big 2014

The median U.S. public pension fund returned 6.8 percent in 2014. But north of the border, one of Canada’s largest public funds blew that figure away. Caisse de depot et Placement du Quebec, Canada’s second-largest pension fund, posted investment returns of 12 percent in 2014, nearly doubling the returns of its U.S. peers. Over at Pension Pulse, ...
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More European Pensions To Move Into Real Assets, Says Study

The coming years will find European institutional investors increasingly turning to real assets, according to new research from alternative asset manager Aquila Capital. The new paper, titled Real Assets – The New Mainstream, predicts that investors will turn to real assets and equities and bonds will become less attractive. Details from a press ...
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Institutional Investors Keeping Close Eye on Oil As Prices Continue To Slide

The price of oil dropped below $45 per barrel on Tuesday, and many Americans are undoubtedly enjoying the price drop – at least when they are filling up at the pump. But the drop is causing “a lot of concern” for institutional investors, according to a Pensions & Investment report. From Pensions & Investments: The impact of low oil prices ...
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Institutional Investors Bullish on Stocks, Alternatives in 2015

Institutional investors around the globe believe equities will be the best-performing asset class in 2015, according to a survey released Monday. Investors are also bullish on alternatives, but not as thrilled when it comes to bonds, according to the survey. The results summarized by Natixis Global Asset Management: Forty-six percent of institutional ...
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