AMF records negative return but is pleased with how it fared during the "troubled spring"

A significant part of the dramatic fall we saw on stock exchanges earlier in the spring has been recovered, says CEO Johan Sidenmark of AMF's first half. Final figures are expected to be published in late August.

Johan Sidenmark, CEO at AMF. | Photo: AMF Fotograf/Källa: Petter Karlberg

Swedish pension fund company AMF pulled in a negative total return of -1.4 percent for its investments over the first half of this year, the company announces.

The equity part of AMF's portfolio saw the strongest recovery during the second quarter of the year, even though the return was still somewhat on the downside at the end of the quarter, the company states.

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