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June 15, 2020
The Dollar Will Keep Falling, UBS Predicts

Falling rates, political tensions, and less virus fear are the reasons, the Swiss bank’s CIO says.

Unease Remains Around Incoming Chief at Norges Bank

The supervisory board at the sovereign wealth fund told the national parliament that further control measures are needed to prevent conflicts of interest.

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LPs Are Placing Fund Commitments on Hold and Engaging in Secondary Transactions More Often

A canvass of LP sentiment from Brackendale finds new trends in transaction styles, accommodations for COVID-19, and an affinity for thorough disclosures from general partners.

Fortunes Diverge for Public, Corporate Pensions

Public pension funding rises, while corporate pension funding falls for second month in a row.

In Focus: Budding Trend: Institutional Investors Focusing Locally

Pandemic-induced economic instability and nationwide protests could spur investments in nearby businesses. Keeping politics out of the equation and ensuring proper diversification are musts.

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