CalPERS disclosed on Monday that it has missed about $900 million in potential revenue since it moved to a reduced-risk portfolio in September.
CalPERS disclosed on Monday that it has missed about $900 million in potential revenue since it moved to a reduced-risk portfolio in September. Sacramento Bee file
CalPERS disclosed on Monday that it has missed about $900 million in potential revenue since it moved to a reduced-risk portfolio in September. Sacramento Bee file

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Investment shift costs CalPERS $900 million in potential gains

February 13, 2017 5:07 PM

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