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Old Posted Mar 29, 2006, 2:39 AM
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Originally Posted by brandon12
Also, I just quickly looked at the Fortune 10, and it looks like CALPERS compares nicely with most of them with the exception of Citigroup. for heaven's sake, they have $1.5T (that's a T) in assets. I would imagine there's only a few dozen countries on Earth (if that) that could match that! I looked for a list of assets by nation, but couldn't find it. Oh well, off topic, but thought it was interesting.
That's a nice chunk of change!
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