Norway's National Pension Just Topped $1 Trillion In Market Cap

Back in 1990, Norway established what is commonly known as the Oil Fund to invest surplus revenue from the Norwegian petroleum sector. The Government Pension Fund of Norway also holds portfolios of real estate and fixed-income investments, including stakes in buildings at addresses such as Times Square in New York, Regent Street in London, and Champs Elysees in Paris.

It is managed by a branch of the Norwegian Central Bank on behalf of the Ministry of Finance. The Oil Fund is the largest...

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