The fund's 29.6% returns marked its best ever and exceeded its reference portfolio, which has 80% allocated to equities, by 1.73%.
The state investor achieved the highest shareholder returns since 2010, when it had 43% returns, and a record net portfolio value, its latest annual results show.
For our last two Year of the Rooster questions, we asked whether investors would cut return targets and Donald Trump would dismantle Dodd-Frank. Read on to find out how our predictions went.
The region's investors are eager to take on more risk, but they are too focused on cash to achieve their return targets, finds a new global survey by Legg Mason.
In our penultimate Year of the Rooster prediction, AsianInvestor examines whether institutions will further reduce their investment expectations this year.
“I am well aware of the dangers of proclaiming the death of an asset class,” says James Montier at GMO, who does so anyway, advising higher cash holdings.