The CalPERS board voted last week to lower its forecast for investment returns and to keep a ban on tobacco investments.
The CalPERS board voted last week to lower its forecast for investment returns and to keep a ban on tobacco investments. Jonathan J. Cooper The Associated Press
The CalPERS board voted last week to lower its forecast for investment returns and to keep a ban on tobacco investments. Jonathan J. Cooper The Associated Press

Why CalPERS and CalSTRS are wise to be cautious

December 28, 2016 02:33 PM

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