Singapore’s GIC Remains Cautious Over its Medium-term Outlook (Today)
The GIC’s annualised 20-year real rate of return rose to 4.1%, up from 4% previously. But they also said its return may weaken in the coming years amid uncertainties in both developed and emerging markets.
To read the whole article, GIC sees better returns, but outlook uncertain, go to the website of Today.
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