ATP closes Covid-19 gap with investment result worth DKK 14bn in Q3

ATP's bottom line is back on its feet for 2020.

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In Q3, ATP earned DKK 14.0bn (EUR 1.88bn) on its investment portfolio. This brings the statutory pension fund's investment earnings year to date to DKK 3.9bn (EUR 520m) in the wake of the great loss the fund suffered in Q1 because of the Covid-19 crisis.

YTD, the fund's return equals 3.6 percent of the average investment portfolio in this period, according to a quarterly report statement issued by the statutory pension fund.

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