Net new overseas business lags in '98

Kelly, Bruce
March 1999
Pensions & Investments;3/8/1999, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p24
Reports that institutional investors in the United States cut back on international and global allocations in 1998. Scoreboard survey by `Pensions & Investments'; Decline of overall assets reported by the top ten winners of net new business; State Street Global Advisors' lead; Impact of the economic crisis in Asia.


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