US investors returns negative in Q3

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US - All US institutional investors performed negatively in the third quarter of 2011 with the median public, corporate and multi-employer funds down 8.94%, 7.94% and 9.03% respectively, Wilshire Trust Universe Comparison Service (Wilshire TUCS) results show.

In the year ended 30 September, the median public fund returned 1.31%; corporate fund, 1.98% and Taft Hartley defined benefit plan, multi-employer plans, returned 1.18%. All institutional investors...

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