September 10, 2013

Worlds largest public pension in Japan rebalances investment strategy increases allocation of domestic stocks by 1 percent


"The Government Pension Investment Fund....said that it has raised its target portfolio allocation of domestic stocks to 12% from the current 11%.The GPIF is the world's largest public pension with 112 trillion yen ($1.16 trillion) in assets. It is closely watched by many investors for any hints about potential portfolio rebalancing, which could have broad implications for financial markets."




Source: DJ: GPIF To Raise Target Allocation Of Domestic Stocks To 12% From 11%
Friday, June 7, 2013
The Nikkei.com



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