Don’t get stressed about sovereign wealth

Sovereign wealth funds, the rapidly expanding pools of nationally owned assets, are something of the flavour of the month. While a number of these funds, particularly those that invest the financial proceeds from the extraction of natural resources, have been around for decades, their phenomenal growth and increasing significance in global financial markets has resulted in a closer scrutiny on their activities. Just recently, this new interest has been accompanied by an emerging sense of

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