analytic mean (Page 460-462)

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types of sovereign wealth funds— stabilization funds, development funds and multigenerational funds—and explained how their mandates, liability structure and thus asset allocations are different. The asset allocation differences represented in Figure 8 illustrate why sovereign stabilization funds are not considered potential long-term investors. As can be seen, stabilization funds, focused on their need for short-term liquidity, primarily invest in assets such as cash and high-grade
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  • Fall '08
  • Finance, stabilization funds, sovereign wealth

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