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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

State Pension System Uses Expensive Currency Management To Reduce Volatility

The state pension system’s investment officers say that the $52 million it has paid a British company in currency management fees has resulted in some lower rates of return, but is likely to stay because it has achieved its goal of reducing volatile ups and downs in foreign stock values.


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