ATP returns 4.2% in first three quarters

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DENMARK - Danish pension fund ATP returned 4.2%, or DKK15.7bn ($3bn), in the first three quarters of the year, bringing total assets under management to DKK554bn.

ATP chief executive officer said: "ATP's investment return of more than DKK 15bn for Qs 1-3 is satisfactory. Once again, risk diversification, interest-rate hedging and hedging against steep price ...

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