Unusually good decade for Danish equity funds, industry association says

Danish equities - and therefore Danish equity funds - have generated an unusually good return compared to the same asset class elsewhere.

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A study of equity funds over the past decade conducted by industry association FinansDanmark has found that Danish equities has done unusually well over the past ten years, with average annual returns of just under 20 percent, leaving other countries in the dust.

Funds exclusively investing in Danish equity did best, with an average annual return of 19.5 percent, while funds within the "North American Equity" category took second place with an average annual return of 16.1 percent.

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