Norway's $900 Billion Fund Might Stop Getting Fresh Cash

New capital transferred into the nation's sovereign wealth fund is falling

Yngve Slyngstad, chief executive officer of Norges Bank Investment Fund, speaks during a news conference in Oslo, Norway, on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. "India is one of those markets where you should expect that we will continue to increase our investments over time, significantly," Slyngstad, said.

Photographer: Krister Soerboe

What happens to a wealthy, oil-reliant nation when crude prices collapse and unprecedented monetary easing threatens to scupper returns for its sovereign wealth fund?

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