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Norway's largest pension company bought more equities in the second quarter

KLP, which guarantees its customers a yearly return of 2.4 percent, increased its equity holdings in the second quarter, KLP Group Chief Executive Sverre Thornes tells AMWatch.

KLP Group Chief Executive Sverre Thornes. | Photo: klp.no

Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP) increased its holdings of equities in the second quarter of 2021.

"We have increased our exposure to equities, both due to the fact that equities increased in value but also because we bought more equities during the second quarter," KLP Group Chief Executive Sverre Thornes tells AMWatch.

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