$115 Billion Danish Fund Warns New Correlations May Turn Ugly

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Danish Fund Questions Correlations

Denmark’s biggest pension fund, which manages about $115 billion in assets, says it’s growing increasingly worried about how markets will react when crisis-era correlations across asset classes start to reverse.

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