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It’s (Still) Good to be Norway

Posted on 23 September 2016

The country created a government-run pension fund in the 70s and began investing profits abroad in 1990. Today, according to The Economist, “No sovereign-wealth fund is bigger. It owns more than 2% of all listed shares in Europe and over 1% globally. Its largest holdings are in Alphabet, Apple, Microsoft and Nestlé, among 9,000-odd firms in 78 countries.”
With the decline in oil prices, however, making solid investments becomes more crucial. And even with the canniest managers, the fund may not be the envy of the world forever. It may be impossible for democracies to sustain a rich wealth fund, the Economist points out. Too many people have a say in where they funds are invested and many of them put ideology over high returns………………………………………Full Article: Source


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