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US Public Plans Gain a Paltry 1.15% in FY 2012
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Aug. 6, 2012
"The weak performance of US public plans shouldn't surprise anyone, especially after CalPERS and CalSTRS reported paltry returns. The major culprit explaining the paltry results is that unlike corporate plans that are de-risking and investing more in bonds, US public plans are heavily exposed to public equities. The larger the exposure to stocks (like foundations and endowments), the weaker the performance."

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