Australian SWF heads see returns dipping as central banks normalise policy

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Australia's sovereign wealth fund (SWF) returns are likely to dip in the coming years as central banks normalise monetary policy, its heads warned today (September 2), as they revealed a 15.4% increase in the size of the Australian Government Future Fund in the last financial year.

The Future Fund has grown at a rate significantly above its target over the past three years, with an average annual return of 15%. In the year to June 30 alone it increased by A$15.6 billion ($10.9 billion) to A$117.

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