CalPERS Expected To Miss 7.5% Annual Target
The California Public Employee’s Retirement System (CalPERS) is heading towards a big miss for its fiscal year, which ends today, having only earned 3% in the first ten months of the fiscal year compared to its 7.5% annual target, reports Dean Starkman for the Los Angeles Times.
“We don't like to get too excited about any one-year return,” CalPERS CIO Ted Eliopoulos reportedly said in a public meeting . . .
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