Part of the reason they did so well was that virtually all asset classes in their portfolios rose in value in the first half of the year.
At ATP and PFA, which oversee a combined EUR 208bn from their headquarters in Denmark, the worry is that the near lock-step movement of bonds and stocks will make it hard to limit losses through diversification, once markets turn.
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