CalSTRS' Assets Swelled in 2005

Braunschweig, Carolina
February 2006
Investment Management Weekly;2/6/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p6
The article reports on the gains posted by the California State Teachers' Retirement System for its investment portfolio during 2005. The total value of its assets after such gains is revealed. An increase in the system's real estate and private equity portfolios is reported. The percentage of the system's portfolio invested in U.S. stocks is mentioned.


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