Temasek Holdings, one of Singapore's sovereign wealth funds, on Thursday said the market value of its portfolio had hit an all-time high of S$186 billion ($135 billion).
The fund's Temasek Report 2010 showed that the market value of its holdings had soared S$56 billion in the year to 31 March 2010, yielding total shareholder return by market value of more than 42% for the period. In the financial year ending 31 March 2009, total shareholder return fell 30% by market value.
Simon Israel, the fund
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