Politics & Government

July 15, 2014 12:00 AM

CalPERS, CalSTRS report 18 percent profit on investments

Continuing to claw their way back from the 2008 market crash, California’s two giant public pension funds said Monday they each earned more than 18 percent on their investments in the just-ended fiscal year.

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