Norway's oil fund is ready to increase risk

Based on a recommendation from the state's oil fund, Norway's government has proposed that a larger portion of the country's oil wealth be invested in shares.

There is a certain name that often pops up on the list of shareholders in the world's largest companies: Norway's Government Pension Fund Global, which is the world's largest state-owned investment fund.

And there is reason to believe that the Norwegian fund will be even more active on the stock markets in the foreseeable future.

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